Far North Bushcraft And Survival YouTube channel has an interesting view on how to spend the New Years.
The couple drinks sparking cider in their hot tipi tent with a home made wood stove. The description states that they want you to join them on their journey, and that they have made room for you.
Take a look into an alternative lifestyle you may never have thought of living. They cook a meal in their cast iron pan on the wood stove. They get in some reading, and just plainly have a nice time together.
The couple lives in Alaska and makes videos showing us how to survive using forgotten methods. I enjoyed watching this video and some of their others, as I hope you do too.
In the description on the YouTube channel:
Here at Far North Bushcraft And Survival you will learn about many long forgotten tricks and tips of the old time woodsmen. Not only will you learn about bushcraft / woodcraft but you will learn many things that will help you to survive in a less than ideal "survival" situations as well. Come along and sit with me by the campfire as I delve into these subjects in a way that you can easily learn to then do yourself. I once heard someone tell a man that his son was better at doing the same job that the father made his living doing. I will never forget his answer to that. He said "my son ought to be better than me since I taught him everything I know and if he couldn't pick up a little on his own then he wouldn't be worth much". So, I will attempt to show what I know and the rest is up to you. Let's have fun together on this journey of living and learning.