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Sourdough Bread Recipe – 100% Whole Wheat

December 26th, 2017|15 Comments

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Woodland Caribou Provincial Park

June 5th, 2017|4 Comments

Welcome to Woodland Caribou Provincial Park, home to Canada's iconic boreal forest wildlife, including Woodland Caribou, Moose, Black Bear, Grey Wolves, Lynx, Beaver, Lake Trout, Walleye and Pike. With over 2,000 kms of canoe routes [...]


  1. Lori Kettle September 9, 2017 at 1:55 pm - Reply

    Hey shawn, when is your bushcraft school starting? My brother is in Southern Ontario and I advised him to go and learn! I can’t teach him as I reside in Newfoundland. Let me know the details, so I can inform him. Thanks. Love your video’s.

  2. Mark Rys September 12, 2017 at 6:46 pm - Reply

    Hey Shawn. Thanks for all the posts here and UTube. Suggestion: the print color on the “title” for your various gear videos is a light shade that make it practically unreadable by some of us. It comes off with not enough background contrast in color and shade to make it very legible without struggling. Maybe a straight forward Black print to make titles more legible. Thanks for consideration Shawn. Cheers, Mark

  3. justin frame September 13, 2017 at 12:50 am - Reply

    Hello Sir,

    I have been a fan of Joe Robinet’s work for quite a while and I can relate to your message. Your recent monolog about being a man hit home with me, hence this email.
    I am a digital creator with extensive photoshop and web design experience. I work with the entire Adobe suite and I am currently employed full time as a “Digital Media Director”. Also, I create magazine ads and eBlasts weekly. If you are interested I would be happy to work with you. I live in the United States in the state of West Virginia and I am currently working with
    Even though all the jobs of the factory works were I am employed are important to me, I feel I could be doing more for myself and my family.


    Justin Frame

  4. Don Clabeaux October 6, 2017 at 10:01 pm - Reply

    As hard as you work,I am glad you only have tennis elbow.I wanted you to know that can heal it faster and strengthen the rest of you joints,simply by boiling shank and femur bones in water over your campfire while you work on the cabin.Veal and beef work best f9r me.A little applecider vinegar helps release more of the cartlage and joint nutrients.You will get a broth for soup and synovial talow. On top when it cools.The best stuff for joints is in the talow,so you want to add some back to the broth after it separate when cold.Leftover talow can be used for lamps and fire starting or accelerant.I know it works.I am 70 years old and am avoiding recommended hip replacement.Contact me if you wish.I am a big fan and can give you More info.

    • Mac Mckee December 31, 2019 at 3:25 pm - Reply

      Don should know he nailed it with apple cider vinegar as a miracle inducer.

      I often wonder if our dogs yoo, could benefit more from it than the gloucosamine.

  5. Colin D October 9, 2017 at 8:16 pm - Reply

    G’day from Australia. I really appreciate what you are doing. Both the physical projects and your emotional honesty. I have an ongoing battle with depression and am still fighting my way back from the gfc. An old adage here in oz says “if america sneezes, Australia catches a cold”. The gfc was more like pneumonia. But life goes on. Family is vital.

    I’ve just started watching your channel and you encourage me. I want you to know that i am deeply appreciative of your emotional honesty….. regards from colin the stormhawk

  6. Randy Yewell October 18, 2017 at 9:08 am - Reply

    First off, I really enjoy your youtube channel. You are the “real deal”. You have inspired me to get out and enjoy the wilderness and try a lot of the bushcraft skills that you show on your channel.
    Now for the real question that has me vexed. I am going on a family camping trip with my wife and daughter. My wife im not too worried about. My 4 year old daughter has never been camping, except for in our back yard for fun. Where we are going is the Ocoee River. (South Eastern Tennessee) I am no stranger to camping or should i say “Glamping” but, i really want her to enjoy it and hopefully want to do it more in the future. Do you have any advice on camping with a young lady who is not really an outdoors kind of kid? I have the gear but, im not too sure if she will like it.

  7. Ron Hallman November 10, 2017 at 1:28 pm - Reply

    Hi: As a former pastor I can enjoy your past life through difficulties and problems and good times. My wife died 4 years ago but we enjoyed our pastoral homes, 50 years on the MADAWASKA RIVER near Combermere, and a few years in St. PETERSBERG, FLORIDA.I HAVE enjoyed your difficulties in building your cabin and wish I could do the same, although I did a lot of it on the Madawaska. I am retired now in Kitchener and would love to visit a place like yours. I appreciate your friend Jo who you had one time on a show. Keep up the good work and may God bless your interest in the forrest. I would like to tell you all of my adventures but maybe another time.
    Ron Hallman 519 404 5280

  8. George Dunn November 11, 2017 at 6:31 am - Reply

    Hi Shawn,
    I ordered and paid for 2 patches from you on the 9th of October 2017. It is now the 11th of November 2017 and I still haven’t received my patches. That’s almost 5 weeks so what’s the problem?
    I think I have been more than patient with this situation and stress that you solve this problem ASAP

  9. Lane Bown November 12, 2017 at 7:13 pm - Reply

    Hi there,

    first off I must say that I’m incredibly impressed by you and what you do, sir.

    I’ve lived in London, UK, all my life, and although I love the city and it’s history, I’ve longed to remove myself from society so that I can live a more simplistic lifestyle. I’m tired of the hustle and bustle, and the added stress that comes with living in a densely populated city, not to mention the ridiculous cost of living.

    To be able to remove myself somewhat from society would feel like a dream come true.

    I know you’re most likely unaware on how a foreigner could get permission do exactly what you have done by making you and your family your own wooden cabin, but hypothetically speaking, if I were Canadian, how long did it take for you to get the go ahead, and were you required to get some sort of permit to fell the trees for you construction?

    Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

    Many thanks.

    Lane Bown

    • Annette December 8, 2017 at 10:22 am - Reply

      Lane Brown, if Shawn hasn’t replied, about 3 months ago he made a video about just that main question.. Permits…
      No Perrmits required, how to buy land……”
      I hope that helped.

  10. Paul Riksen December 9, 2017 at 5:44 am - Reply

    There is a big difference between a millionaire building a cabin in the woods and the ‘average joe, working 40+ hours a week along with all the other deterrents in life’ building a cabin in the woods. Please be mindful of this. The millionaire with unlimited resources trying to build a low cost cabin and the ‘average joe’ trying to build a low cost cabin are still worlds apart. I have all the appreciation for what you and doing and WHY you are doing it, But The 1% and the 99% live in two different worlds. Can the average joe do what Shawn is doing….maybe….sure….it will probably take longer….and maybe not. The millionaire….not a problem…. all the time in the world….answers to no one….has all the quality tools….able to find the right piece of land and the time to do it….on and on. Average joe?? Sure after he’s done working his 40+ hours a week and provided he isn’t already overburdened with the rest of the “maintaining life events”… yeah, he can bust out of his box and give it a go…maybe.
    Could you do all this if you were unemployed and homeless?
    Dont view this as a critism… view is as a difference in realities and just the plain simple truth that not everyones life is like yours or can be. There are rich and there are poor and there always will be. Some people rise up and others don’t and still others fall by the wayside.

    • M.T.Edwards June 5, 2020 at 3:41 pm - Reply

      Ditto to your post Paul ! You put my thoughts to words.Could not have said it better myself
      To put it simply, surviving in the wilderness and thriving with only minimal tools and supplies
      is quite different than doing with unlimited resources.

  11. Jason December 15, 2017 at 10:29 pm - Reply

    Wow. It was exhausting trying to get here. Im a computer idiot. Just wanted to mention you may want to spend the $16.00 to get a stanley fat max tape measure. Get a 16′ . Dude, I love your channel. I like seeing the shit you do, but your tape measure is garbage. Please try out the stanley fat max. I should be getting paid for this but sadly I am simply trying to help a brother out.


  12. Shyam Mohan December 17, 2017 at 6:22 pm - Reply


    My name is Shyam and I am from India and i have to say that you have made me fall in love with your country. Its so beautiful and i can see that you are really enjoying your work. I hope that one day i can come to canada and see the wilderness like you and Joe. Your words are inspiring and you are setting an example for others. I wish you all the peace in the future and thank you for your time.

    Thank you


  13. P. Lockridge December 29, 2017 at 11:14 pm - Reply

    Thank you for sharing your life with You Tube. I have been watching your blogs for about a month and I’m amazed with your carpentry skills. You are so experienced with living in that setting so I wanted to know how you protect yourself in an emergency such as a pending bear attack or if you became suddenly ill. How would you contact family or 911 in the wilderness? My favorite part of your blogging is the reflections at the end which included the 3 month blog and my favorite, how you almost didn’t meet your future wife due to shyness. I didn’t want to leave a comment on You tube because I then have to create a password, etc. I hope you receive this and will answer my question above in your future You tube videos.

    My name is Paige and I live in Virginia. Please continue your videos on your site. I have spent many hours watching.

    Thank you,


  14. Rob Farrell December 30, 2017 at 10:54 pm - Reply

    Hey Shawn,

    I’ve become a great fan of you over the last year. I love the cabin series. Awesome! Since you are a man who knows his tools, I have an easy question for you. I am in the market for a durable and reliable backpacking/camping snow shovel. Do you have any recommendations? Amazon is great but until you have a tool in hand, or recommended by a friend, you never really know.

    I appreciate your time and consideration. Keep the videos coming, especially the ” My Self-Reflections” All the Best and Happy New Year!

    Michigan, USA

  15. Said Shakerin January 10, 2018 at 8:13 pm - Reply


    have been watching several of your videos. Great work and thanks for sharing.
    what’s the stove you use, for example, in your 3-way coffee making video. It seems a pretty simple cup in which you put some fine shavings and put your pot on top of it. Could you please explain what the stove is or how to make one?
    Thanks and best wishes,

  16. Connie Nickelsen January 13, 2018 at 6:51 pm - Reply

    Do you have a account? I know it’s not much, but I wanted to pick 10 people to send a dollar to a month, to support their beauitiful shift in the world. Maybe you could set one up and help me with my new years resolution, to change one expense of net flix to better flixs that teach in the world and make a hug difference. I just love your show, share it often and it has really inspired me. I really and truly love that it’s inspiring so many others, especially young kids. I’ve always dreamed to do the same. Finally, I have acquired land, never let go of the dream, it was always in my minds eye… took some time, but it came through, finally aligned and you are keeping that fire going in this cold of winter, helps with dreaming into looking forward to spring. You’re reflections are awesome!!! Photos and Filming is absolutely beautiful. Wishing you and your family the best for 2018. A Big Thank You! Sunshine, Ontario Canada

  17. Andy January 17, 2018 at 6:52 am - Reply

    Wow , really refreshing and very interesting . I love the outdoors and live 45 minutes from Boston in a very private wooded conservation area surrounding my home . You hit a cord with me and find you very interesting keep up the good work .

  18. Todd Fiske January 21, 2018 at 2:49 pm - Reply

    Hi Shawn,

    Thank you for your great videos and all of the outdoor living information you provide. It’s very inspiring!

    Amongst all of your great work, I was really interested in your wagon and would love to see some pictures of the underneath. I’m most interested in what you used for axles and how you attached them and if you worked in any kind of steering mechanism. I found a couple small kids bikes that I took the wheels from and have planned to build a wagon from them for a while now. I searched your site here and your YouTube videos but didn’t see anything that mentioned it in greater detail than a few quick shots. I’m hoping I missed it and you could point me to it, or perhapsyou could post a couple more closeups of it or even do a quick video about it someday. May be kind of niche interest, but I bet I’m not the only one! Thanks again for putting all of this out there!

    Todd Fiske

  19. Chris January 22, 2018 at 10:28 pm - Reply

    Helll. I was watching mostly of your videous, you was the reason me to start collecting old hand saws crosscut saws ,axes ect,. Recently i bought a bunch of cast iron pans and started cooking in them, one thing i notices when you are cooking that you held the handle with your hand, , why my pan gets so hot the handle that i could not hold it even for a second? Even with very low heat, i cook on a regular house gas stove on a small burner, the heat reaches entire handle very quickly!!!. So i went to internet and researched . They sell allot of silicone and fabric insulators for cast iron, but those you can easily loose when in the wild, so i invented a way to make a permanet one , from silicone, let me know if you are interested to see it , it might be very helpfull to others as well
    My name is Chris. I live i Milton, ontario

  20. Steve January 24, 2018 at 3:16 pm - Reply

    Hi Shawn, you mentioned on a video, as you were hanging a parachute tarp you’re designing, that they were close to being completed for sale…I’m at your site but see no links or//// for any type of store for your gear etc…
    help please…???
    MA, USA

  21. Joshua Foster January 24, 2018 at 6:30 pm - Reply

    Watch your videos every week, down here in the panhandle of Texas I envy the woods you have. I’m a vet and also watch Rated Red they used you as an example for how to build a log cabin I thought it was pretty cool

  22. David January 27, 2018 at 12:36 am - Reply

    Back in the ’70s I was given a book on log cabin making called ‘How to build and furnish a log cabin – The easy-natural way using only hand tools and the woods around you’ by W. Ben Hunt (1888-1970). He was born in Wisconsin, and was a ‘self-taught expert on the crafts and of the Plains and Woodland Indians’. It’s actually 2 books in one: ‘Building a log cabin’ (1947) and ‘Rustic construction’ (1939). Aside from the cabin construction there are also sections on lighting and heating, furniture, interior fixtures, fences and gates, arbors, bridges, birdhouses, etc. It was published in 1974 by Collier Books. It includes the author’s original drawings, diagrams and photos. He also wrote several other books focusing on American Indian crafts, as well as the intriguingly titled ‘Ben Hunt’s Big Book of Whittling’.

  23. john January 28, 2018 at 7:53 pm - Reply

    Have watched a few of your youtube cabin building and enjoying it, as I have some of your building and cooking talents you have. I get the impression you are a very intelligent person and have many talents not the least being the establishing of a profitable (hopefully) internet presence.

    So am a bit confused if you and the wife/dog will actually spend all of your time crammed into a 10 X 10 room for the foreseeable future. You must be aware that many studies have shown this kind of existence is like having a person tied to you 24/7 causing tension, potential arguments and even murder has been documented.

    For all I know you live in a nice 2,000 regular house down the street and your intention is only to show a minimalist lifestyle, I guess in the case of those experiencing chronic unemployment or after a nuclear winter. And nothing wrong with that, but your intention if I can believe it, is to actually be in the cabin 24/7 and which I would highly discourage for all the above reasons.

    So are you seriously going to live there permanently?

  24. Paul jj Alix February 1, 2018 at 6:37 pm - Reply

    Mr Shawn,
    I figured if you presented a video on you homepage it had to be a good one. How emotional I felt when I saw “The Canoe”. The highlight was about the building of the canoe, i’m still coming down.

  25. Reginold February 2, 2018 at 4:18 pm - Reply

    Shawn, Do you have a chronological listing of your videos. I am enjoying immensely your YouTube videos, but would like to watch in order.

  26. Daniel Kott February 7, 2018 at 12:29 pm - Reply

    Hello from Northern Ontario,
    On you posting about trout fishing you use a lovely SS Wood Burning Stove with an oven that is built into stove pipe…
    Can you tell me the brand name and where might I purchase one???
    It would be perfect for my trapline and canoe trips…
    Thank You very much!!!

  27. Denise February 24, 2018 at 3:29 pm - Reply

    You are so in touch with life and how it is meant to be lived. The freedom of making choices not dictated by social media or government demands. I am inspired by your dedication and strength! Please continue sharing your adventures…..much appreciated!
    Keep that fire burning,

    Denise McPherson

  28. William Parker February 28, 2018 at 1:47 am - Reply

    New subscriber!!. love your video’s, the 8 day canoe trip with Joe, like your need for fishing, Have a off grid cabin of my own, in the states! 14 foot by 32 foot, with sleeping loft over the front pouch, have a 90 year old wood cook stove and a warm morning coal stove that I burn wood in, for heat. I have two cellars, one in the side of the hill out back, an 8 foot by 10 foot root cellar and a 9 foot by 9 foot,by 6 foot high under the rear floor of the cabin, I keep it full of food !! all long term food, I live here full time now,

  29. JOSEF March 15, 2018 at 1:52 am - Reply






  30. Ruben James Fletcher March 16, 2018 at 9:53 pm - Reply

    Shawn, keep an eye on the mail box. You’re looking for something from Wallace Knifeworks & Homestead, Ricky Wallace. I thought you might get some use out of this little item. I hope you enjoy it.

  31. Barry Davidson March 27, 2018 at 3:02 am - Reply


    I live in Central Oregon and discovered your YouTube videos a few months ago.

    Since discovering your site and a few others a lot of my TV watching is keeping up with the new developments on your cabin and the camping segments of you and others.


  32. Robert Bryde April 6, 2018 at 7:35 am - Reply

    Hi Shawn
    Love your videos and your old school approach and methods. So many small things, such as using the straw broom, show your genuineness. I now appreciate what my son (ex-Pat Aussie in Vanderhoof BC) has now been pushing.

    Love your country and looking forward to you sharing more of your journey to self reliance (with the baggage of compromise).


  33. Dave Ekstrom April 8, 2018 at 11:57 pm - Reply

    Hi Sean, just wanted to let you know how much I am enjoying your videos. Totally impressed with your woodworking skills and ability to get the job done on your own. Being a plumber by trade I couldn`t help but notice in your maple syrup video that you had removed the pump that was beside the sink. Any reason?

  34. Rob Priestley April 9, 2018 at 6:01 am - Reply

    G’day from Australia Shawn. I really enjoy your videos and a drone flier I was wondering if you do your own drone work as well as the movie photography. I actually have lots of questions regarding your gear and processes but as most of it is unlikely to be relevant to life in Oz, I will stay away from those questions at this time.

  35. Winston W. Johnson April 9, 2018 at 4:35 pm - Reply

    Wow, your videos are fantastic! I’ve been living a minimalist lifestyle for over 25 years now and wouldn’t even consider going back to the “normal” way most people live. I moved onto 20 acres in south-central Kentucky in 1999, we literally had to cut our way into the property as it was all wooded. It took my son and I 9 days to erect a pre-fabricated yurt that I had built earlier that year. Believe it or not it was basically made of double-walled corrugated cardboard and it’s still standing today 18 years later! I pre-fabricated two of these yurts, each one was 19ft in diameter and only cost about $1,200 each to construct. We sold the 20 acres back in 2008 and I’m currently living in a tiny house that I built for under $3,000 in southern Indiana. The interior is completely finished in native yellow poplar harvested from a neighbor’s woods. I heat and cook on a woodstove, use kerosene lamps and solar lights. I’m not connected to any public utilities. I have a large raised bed garden were I grow vegetables and berries and have 6 fruit trees. If I were a younger man I’d probably be living the simple life in Alaska but I’m almost 70 so it’s a little late in life for that. You can see my tiny house, etc at
    Like I said your videos are amazing and I plan to watch each and every one you’ve posted.

  36. Steven William Pitts April 17, 2018 at 6:08 am - Reply

    Hi James
    I’m Steven Pitts, but sadly not from your part of the hemisphere where if one wishes, can take part in activities closer to natural life.
    I have been following, your journey of both you and Joe Robettes for a while now where I at least get the vicarious pleasure of your videos.
    Fortunately for me, I live in Nepal, that houses, the highest mountain peak in the world, Everest, and beautiful landscape and trekking trails, but natural living is out of the questions. Everything is controlled as a matter of fact by the consumer world in which we live. You have to pay heavily to enjoy nature here with the permission of the government.
    Coming to your videos on youtube, I have learnt a lot about how to live a debt free life and how to go about living a self sustained life. I am an eductor and do some writing and much inclined to what is being done to our world which I am not pleased about. You can find out more about it at my blog site
    Really like the work you put in to at least give us the please of what we cannot attain even virtually – it really like being in your armchair and being present there.
    Enjoy life naturally!
    Steven William Pitts
    From Nepal

  37. Gianfranco April 22, 2018 at 2:46 pm - Reply

    Sei un grande. Ti sei riciclato molto bene, sei un professionista in quello che fai. Come
    Hai fatto a fallire prima? Secondo me Di necessità hai fatto virtù. Vita appagante e business. Bravo. Hai stile.

  38. Fluffy May 7, 2018 at 9:32 pm - Reply

    Thank you for sharing! I’ve seen a few of your videos on YouTube over time and just now discovered your website. You’re better than TV! This is why we need the Internet. I can actually watch stuff I like. I can’t wait to finish exploring your website.

  39. Bob Smith June 26, 2018 at 12:32 am - Reply

    Hi Shawn

    The World Waits for your MY SELF RELIANCE COFFEE

    When are your 24oz Coffee bags Available

  40. J.J. CAMPBELL June 28, 2018 at 1:26 pm - Reply

    Are you a Christian ?

  41. Art & Kaori July 13, 2018 at 12:07 am - Reply

    Hi Shawn
    I am Art from Australia, my wife and I watching every your video`s on YouTube.
    What a great life style you and Cali have, this really unbelievable !!
    My wife is Japanese she and myself have a few questions.

    1: How far is the latest cabin for your real home ?
    2: How you do cutting so nice the long flat big timer what you use on the floor ?
    3: Are never tired and take a long break ?

    You doing a great job every time we seen your video`s
    Cheers and enjoy your life

    Regards Art and Kaori

  42. Richard Allen November 10, 2019 at 8:38 pm - Reply

    Shawn, I heard it like this, “Peace of mind is the goal, If a chair gets in the way of Peace of mind it’s better to destroy the chair and choose Peace of mind instead”. I know that you intuitively know this. From what I see, you are well on your way to achieving this goal. You are really something! Love and best wishes from Louisville, Ky. Your s truly, Richard Allen

  43. Darren November 16, 2019 at 1:14 pm - Reply

    Your email ( is not a good one.
    Hello. How did you know the land was available? Did you have to purchase
    it? May i ask who is the camera person, your wife, friend or something?
    I am truly enjoying the videos. It all looks great but alot of work. You
    have made a mansion out of a log cabin.

  44. Bruno November 22, 2019 at 5:25 pm - Reply

    thanks for the many videos on youtube. they were very interesting and pleasant.
    unfortunately I don’t understand English but I appreciated them very much the same.
    Greetings from Italy.

  45. E. Warner Wells November 25, 2019 at 9:10 am - Reply

    How do I send a gift to Shawn and Dervla James?

    Warner Wells
    1224 Lincoln Street
    Columbia, SC 29201

  46. wstephens06 November 30, 2019 at 6:05 pm - Reply

    Hey, trying to order a patch but keep getting error when trying to check out. Thanks

  47. wstephens06 December 5, 2019 at 5:30 pm - Reply

    Hey, trying to buy a patch but keep getting error when trying to check out.

  48. Dana Odell December 12, 2019 at 9:26 am - Reply

    My husband absolutely loves your YouTube channel. We love your way of living and workmanship. With that being said, my husband has been wanting a patch from your shop for several years. I’ve been trying to purchase him ones for weeks off your site and PayPal is not working. Could someone contact me. Thank you! Happy Holidays.

  49. Cian Dowdall December 16, 2019 at 6:00 am - Reply

    Hi Shawn,

    Hope you’re well. Just thought I’d reach out as we’re doing some work with Trade Coffee, and they mentioned your channel as one who they potentially could be interested in sponsoring.

    Trade partner with 50 of the nation’s best roasters featuring 400+ coffees. To bring you personalized coffee that matches your taste type based on how you drink coffee

    Would you potentially be interested in doing a sponsored mention for them?

    Let me know – thanks!

  50. Alan PreVatte January 3, 2020 at 12:01 am - Reply

    Shawn, I really appreciate your videos. I’m a long time subscriber. I don’t remember seeing you eat rice and was wondering why. Please keep the videos coming.

  51. Victoria Thunder February 22, 2020 at 1:19 am - Reply

    Hi Shawn

    We are in Australia, we watch your show and love it. The changing weather, deep snow and all the leaves changing colour. Our country is amazing too, but we have suffered through the summer with vast amounts of land burnt with bush fires and the loss of thousands of native animals. Everyone is hopeful we will recover one day and have the wonderful diverse landscape we have here again. We are coming to Canada in May for holidays and your show has given us a taste of things to come. We are looking forward to seeing your beautiful country soon

    Victoria and Garry

  52. Eric smith April 15, 2020 at 3:47 pm - Reply

    Hello –
    I ordered a long sleeve shirt of when it arrived, sadly, it’s not the color that was ordered and inside the bag there was no invoice. I asked for the green shirt and this is white. When I go back to get the precise name of the color I see now that you have reduced your shirts to only the short sleeve shirt and a hoodie. Is there some way I can exchange this?

    Thank you

    Eric Smith
    Scottsdale Arizona

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