Chapter Two notes will be short and sweet compared to those from Chapter One. Any readers might appreciate that, given the many things that they must do in a single day. Basically, I can sum up the chapter with one question: “What were they thinking?” (48). I don’t even have to describe the chapter’s potent example in any detail. (Maybe that will encourage you to get the book and read if for yourself, which I would highly recommend.)
Laurence Gonzales, in his [must read] book Deep Survival, is on a quest to learn why survival is so unpredictable. He approaches this subject as both a survival writer with decades of experience and as a close acquaintance to the scientific community.
Some of the tangible items that would go along with the 'greatest survival tool of all time' (see previous post), would I think be: 1) a canister, which might as well be bear proof; 2) a sketchbook; and 3) a case of art pens and pencils.
What is the greatest survival tool of all time? I suppose the answer will depend on determining factors and conditions at time asked. But I am talking about psychological tools in this moment. And I think most would agree that under these terms, the greatest survival tool of all is having something good to look forward to when all else seems pretty hopeless.
When the meek inherit the earth, they are not going to have the internet as part of the package. I am all for the internet right now, using it while we have it. Hey, I am writing this blog, expecting to bring a revolution to last-days bible study...
When outdoors, whether for fun or survival, a little cushion can go a long ways.
I am not a huge fan of generalizations, but I think most hunters would fall into one or more of these three categories: 1) the meat hunter, who is just cutting out the middle men, is making the woods or the field his grocery store; 2) the trophy hunter, which is self-explanatory; and 3) the … Continue reading Dear Anti-Hunter: Part 2