Forget reality TV stunts like eating bugs, the Ultimate Guide to Wilderness Living provides in-depth instructions and step-by-step photos of real survival skills--exactly what one needs to stay alive in the woods. The book first covers immediate needs like starting a fire, erecting temporary shelter, and finding edible plants. Then it goes beyond other survival books by explaining advanced techniques for long-term living in the wild -- using only those things found in nature. The authors show how to make tools by chipping stones, fashion a bow-and-arrow out of tree branches, weave baskets, fire.... staggered sothat theends dona#39;tmeet. You dona#39;t wantthe splices to adjoin, as this will weaken the whole. Threads should also be soaked to make the cording process easier. Double this atwoplya and begin cording. Kink the thread, not.
|Title||:||Ultimate Guide to Wilderness Living|
|Author||:||John McPherson, Geri McPherson|
|Publisher||:||Ulysses Press - 2009-04-01|