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Wilderness Living Parts 1 To 4.

Discussion in 'Post SHTF' started by Keith, Sep 11, 2017.

  1. Keith

    Keith Moderator Staff Member

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    Keith, your knowledge and skills far surpass mine which are puny in comparison. l love watching your videos.
     
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    ystranc Well-Known Member

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    Each time I watch one of these videos there are more gems of knowledge that improve on what I've already been doing. It's so much easier to learn from another persons knowledge then by experimenting. The flintlock videos are great as well, they help fill gaps in my knowledge.
     
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    mark wilson Moderator Staff Member

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    Nice videos Keith. A would love to enter a woodland area large enough to mark my trail like in your second vid. The ones near me are sadly to small. Fair point on the widowe makers tho.....could kill someone
     
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    Keith Moderator Staff Member

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    Thank you for the feedback everyone, much appreciated.
    Keith.
     
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    unfortunately I don't think Britain has enough wilderness left, apart from the Highlands of Scotland and the Forest of Dean maybe.
    the only "wilderness" anywhere near me is Dartmoor and I don't think that is survivable especially in the winter.
    the further North you go in the UK the colder it gets and if you come south its wet and dank, survival in the open in the Northern Hemisphere on a long term basis is a very hit and miss affair and more miss than hit.