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read Survive Essential Skills and Tactics to Get You Out of Anywhere Alive kindle à Paperback ☆ dogsalonbristol ✓ [PDF / Epub] ☆ Survive Essential Skills and Tactics to Get You Out of Anywhere Alive By Les Stroud – An up Cades of knowledge and experience to the pages of Survive a practical guide that gives everyday readers a no nonsense look at the real world of survivalStroud offers readers the essential skills and tactics necessary to endure in any corner of the globe along with a wealth of insider information born of his own experiences in the outdoors and unavailable in any other book Readers will learnHow to make a survival shelter and why a lean to is largely a waste of timeWhy survival kits are important and why you should make your ownWhere Les Stroud host of Survivorman has written a brief and concise book in which he has described basic survival strategies for every region of the world He emphasizes basics especially having a positive attitude and being able to creatively use what you have available to meet your survival needsWith all the varied travel options freuently used today by every age group it is not difficult to imagine a sudden survival situation arising on the ocean after a badly planned Seadoo or kayak rental a plane crash anywhere in the world a car breakdown in the desert or in a blizzard or even an extended power outage in your own homeThe author easily convinces the reader to have a basic survival kit in each vehicle in the home and on the person when in the wilderness He shows how to use the items creatively for short term survival He recounts many instances of readers telling him that watching his program saved their lives when they were in an unanticipated emergencyMany people think these circumstances cannot happen to them But even a day on the ski slope can turn suddenly treacherous with a blizzard whiteout conditions chair lifts no longer operating cell phone coverage lost or even worse being lost out of bounds A folded aluminum foil pot for melting snow matches a lightweight space blanket for insulation and one for sitting on a multi tool and small folding knife some protein bars and you can in two hours have a snow cave that is comfortably warm with a small fire inside with a small air intake and chimney keep dry have adeuate water and sleep and wait out the blizzard Or you can stand around all night stomping your feet trying to keep warm and end up in exhausted sleep from which you never wake up It is just a matter of being preparedWe don't think things like this can happen to us but if they do our lives are made much easier applying the knowledge in this bookThe book is brief but well explained and with many excellent picturesI have been in a few of the situations that he has described and have survived them with the same knowledge that is in this book But I learned by experience the hard way and by researching many books This might be the only book you need to read on this topic

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An up to the minute survival Skills and PDFEPUB #228 guide from the creator of Survivorman explores how to stay alive in Survive Essential PDFEPUBthe wild in the jungle in the desert and in urban disastersFrom the sun scorched sands of the Kalahari Essential Skills and PDF #180 to the snake infested jungles of the Les Stroud has made a life of surviving in the harshest and most Essential Skills and Tactics to Kindle remote regions on EarthNow the creator producer and host of the hit television program Survivorman transfers his de Many of these books are a chore to read They can be like textbooks manuals lectures field guides etc Basically the sorts of books that 5% of the population enjoys reading 10% of the population can be convinced to read and most of the rest would have to be forced to read This book was enjoyable I suspect that some might consider it light but a book that is fun to read and is actually read cover to cover can offer a lot benefit to people than 'solid' books sitting on bookshelves waiting to be read after an emergency occurs BTW I have those books 5 or 6 of them Some I will read front to back Some I will scan so that WTSHTF I will know where to look for the knowledge I need So I am bumping my rating of this book after writing this review

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Survive Essential Skills and Tactics to Get You Out of Anywhere AliveTo find water and why drinking contaminated water is sometimes warrantedHow to locate and trap small animals and why the notion of tracking and hunting large game is largely a pipe dreamWhether seasoned in the outdoor arts or new to adventuring all readers will learn something from Survive Stroud's many colorful anecdotes and cut to the chase philosophy not only make for an entertaining read but also enhance anyone's ability to focus on the Essential Skills and Tactics to Kindle main goal when everything else has gone wrong surviv UPDATE I brought this book with me on a trip out into the bushand it did serve one really awesome purpose The pages burn pretty well and I used it to start a few fires That's about all it was good for although I'm not sure it's worth carrying cause it's too darn heavycorrection my better half has just informed me that the pages burned horribly Must have been thinking of a different survival book old review This book isokay It's got a nice strong cover and includes a DVD I mean I guess I just don't really understand what this book is for is this supposed to be a field guideor is it informational The DVD just pretty much showed Les in a summer setting for an hour and then a winter setting for an hour I honestly didn't learn a whole lot from watching the DVD Now if that DVD went into detail on maybe some plant identification shelterroof thatching maybe detail of the basic traps and snares and general USEFUL information for a survival situation I might feel a little differently I guess I basically feel like I got better and useful information from Tom Brown's books but I view survival from a completely different standpoint than Les I just think the best way to include a dvd with a survival book is to SHOW what you're talking about in the book and I didnt feel like he did that at allAlso I'm not sure what this guy's deal is but he doesn't seem to have that magnetic connection to naturethe earthwilderness that some of the other survival teachers seem to have but Les's skills seem to do the job as he usually does surviveIf you're looking looking for a good general guide I suppose this will dobut there are lots of better options out there I can't imagine carrying this bulky book with me into the field He gives good information on things like eating charcoal and making tools but I'm not sure whether to trust some of the things he says simply because he'll often say something like other people may say NEVER to eat X but i'd say it's perfectly fine Hmmm do I trust the one guy who says to do it or the 99 guys who tell me not to