Discover how to survive a life threatening situation – or simply enhance your skills when camping, hunting, or hiking. A “take it with you” book with comprehensive instruction and clear lists of necessities, without needless filler content. This book walks you through staying alive when disaster strikes. You will benefit, whether you are a beginner or the most experienced outdoorsman. Learn about: emergency situations, disasters, bug-out bags, bug-out locations, transporting the necessities, what the necessities are, shelters, medical, defense, clothing, toiletry, cleanliness, food procurement and handling, managing pets, short cuts, tricks, and secrets. The occasional twists of humour keep you reading and enjoying what you are learning. Replace panic with direction and confidence. Feel the empowerment of having made the decision to ensure your safety and the safety of those who depend upon you. "Read it twice, lend it to a friend, but make certain you get it back." -Douglas Edward FraserÜber den Autor:
Douglas Edward Fraser currently lives in British Columbia, Canada and has kept a keen eye on the world’s political and economic landscape for decades. He has been one to hold the banner high in favour of self sufficiency in terms of being prepared to endure the worst, shall it come our way. He has befriended many people with like-minds; the conversations, planning, and experiences in the Canadian wilderness have been an adventure and an entertainment. Douglas is also a musicologist (professor of musical history) and author of the book “Early Entertainment”.
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