Survival Time Machine, Part 1

Imagine if you could go back to the past.  What would it be like if you knew back then what you know now?  What would you do differently?  What decisions would you change?  Would you take a different approach?  Would you take another path?  Would you change anything at all?  Well, I discovered a way to do just that.  If you find that interesting, buckle up and hold on.  I found a time machine and I know how to hot wire it.

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A Round of Positivity

It doesn’t matter what book you read, what video you watch or what famous survival celebrity you follow.  You will learn the same thing from all of them- Your attitude determines your altitude.  However, how to keep and maintain that positivity is very rarely addressed.  Shelter, fire, water, first aid, signaling, food and rest always get elaborated on.  Shouldn’t the most important priority get more attention?  I certainly believe so.  Here’s how I do it…

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Seven Steps to Staying Found

In July 2013, 66-year-old Geraldine Largay, a long-distance section hiker on the Appalachian Trail, was scheduled to meet her husband for a food pickup in Redington Township, Maine, before continuing her hike. She never showed up. Two years later, her remains were discovered by a surveying crew.... She was half a mile from the trail.

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What FUELS your FIRE?

“Next to knowing how to dress well, fire is one of the most important bush skills there are, because it is one of the few means available to make up most great deficiencies.”

                                                                                                                                -Mors Kochanski

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