Survival Bars. Valid option or dry tasteless filler?
Did you know there are technically two North Poles?
While it’s important to have the proper equipment on you when the need arises, it’s even more important to know how this equipment fits within the Survival Priorities that arise in a survival situation.
While it is very easy to just think that a GPS can replace a compass for many outdoor adventures, there are still some very valid reasons to carry a map and compass.
It’s really easy to load yourself up to the point where you struggle to lift the pack anymore. But what are the Bushcraft Essentials, what do you really need as a bare minimum?
It’s nice to know, that IF something should go wrong in the great outdoors (and there is plenty that can) – I have the survival training to be able to make do with what is presented to me.