This blog is about survival and safety in the outdoors. Every year there are people who go out to have a stroll in nature, a hike, camping or some similar fun activity and they find themselves in a life threatening situation. YES THIS CAN HAPPEN TO YOU OR A LOVED ONE! Whether an outdoor enthusiast, a casual lover of nature or an experienced "survival expert" these tips will help you be prepared for the unexpected turn of events that nature so often can present. KEEP YOUR LOVED ONES SAFE!
Sorry for not posting
a blog for a while, sometimes things happen.
I have been eager to post a blog in continuing where my blog from
February left off.
Take a break and STOP.
I mentioned that I would elaborate more on this subject and present some
fun wilderness survival items. The
ability to observe your surroundings is important. You can enhance your survival odds by having
some knowledge and creativity of what can be used in your surroundings to your
benefit. Les Stroud touched on this
skill in his book Survive. He referred
to this as “sculpturing”. Simply put, it
is the skill of being able to find multiple uses for items which you may find
in the wilderness.
Now, these links are just rather simple illustrations yet
several good examples of “sculpturing”.
Please take a look at the following ----
A big thank you to the many people who have put these videos
together and who have been so kind to share them for the benefit of others.
There are several other cool uses for pop cans in wilderness
survival. When a person is in a
wilderness survival situation, making use of things you may find can be a real
boost to morale and increase your potential to do well. More on this subject soon.