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Build the Perfect Bug Out Survival Skills: Your Guide to Emergency Wilderness Survival Paperback – Feb 25 2015
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About the Author
Creek Stewart is the author of Build the Perfect Bug Out Bag, The Unofficial Hunger Games Wilderness Survival Guide, Build the Perfect Bug Out Vehicle, and Build the Perfect Bug Out Survival Skills. Creek regularly publishes articles relating to disaster preparedness in numerous magazines. He owns and is Lead Instructor at Willow Haven Outdoor--a survival, preparedness and bushcraft school located in central Indiana. Creek specializes in disaster preparedness and has consulted with individuals, corporations, non-profits and government agencies all over the United States about a myriad of preparedness-related subjects, projects and initiatives. He has been featured on Fox & Friends and is host of Fat Guys in the Woods on the Weather Channel.
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Creek briefly mentions some commonly noted survival methods, particularly water collection & wild edibles, then proceeds to shoot them down as being high caloric output, low reward. This book is geared toward bugging out, more so than primitive living. That's a plus, in my opinion. If I was to learn about extended living camps & bushcraft, I'll read Bushcraft, by Mors Kochanski.
I also like that Creek shares weblinks in the text, for additional information, videos & colour pics. If only I could just click on them. Oh well, maybe in another 10 years.
Highly recommended as an alternative to the typical survival books that just reword the Army manuals.