With two ponchos, you could either make the brush raft, of which we have on here, or also the Australian poncho raft. Both you can use for safely traversing (water crossing) over stream or river waters. For this post, we will be discussing the brush raft for water crossing survival.
In a previous post, we discussed some equipment survival basics. Furthermore, in that equipment survival basics post, we mentioned survival weapons. One such category of weapons for survival would be those that base themselves upon the use of projectiles.
Stress is our body’s reaction to stressors. These stressors have us to feel some kind of pressure. Stress hormones get released in this process of feeling pressured, feeling threatened. Take note, that we first discussed the concept of stress over at our survival psychology basics post.
If you remember, we were able to discuss the survival basics. Furthermore, that discussion took us to the acronym, SURVIVAL. Each letter representing a crucial element in survival. Today, we’re going to take a look at what the letter V of the acronym, SURVIVAL, means – Value Living: Survival Basics.
Setting up traps or snares can be a great way to secure some wild game for food. This would otherwise be an alternative to the direct hunting of animals. Furthermore, it could potentially be a more effective way at getting food than the latter. Today, for your benefit, we will be giving a general overview of Traps and Snares Food Survival.