How To Build A Space Blanket Shelter
Here is a quick, easy and warm shelter that can be built in a survival situation that could potentially save your life (or at least make your night more comfortable). It is based on the traditional lean to shelter with a fire in front about six feet away.
The roof is lined with a aluminized mylar space blanket and a light weight plastic sheet over the front and sides. Even on the coolest of nights, with snow all around, temperatures inside the shelter can reach up to 70 degrees!
This shelter is extremely light weight and inexpensive and is therefore ideal to keep in your survival kit. This shelter will provide you way more heat in the winter ultimately increasing your chances of survival with a minimal fire