Wilderness survival is everyone’s business and Dave Canterbury writes a quick study guide “Bushcraft 101: A Field Guide to the Art of Wilderness Survival” getting readers prepared for wilderness survival; hiking, fishing, canoeing, hunting – all activities that put you in the bush here in Canada.
Some outdoor travellers are ill prepared or down right unprepared for the challenges heading into Canada’s backcountry; and that can spell disaster for you or your group or family.
How to Survive
How to search for and prepare foods and keeping yourself warm or dry can make all the difference for your outdoor enjoyment. Having the right tools and knowledge on what to do will give you a leading edge on surviving your outdoor adventure. Give it a try, it’s worth the read.
Wilderness Emergency Care
Get the companion book, “Bushcraft First Aid: A Field Guide to Wilderness Emergency Care” just to be sure!
There will be no internet or cellphone coverage in most areas and being able to be self-sufficient enough to allow you to get to safety if things turn for the worst, such as bad weather, stuck vehicles or personal injuries will give you and your family peace of mind.
Enjoying the outdoors is a great experience as long as you’ve prepared for the fun times and the stressful times. Being so isolated can work out, because when you need to know how to respond to situations you’ve got it covered!