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Survival Trip Journal 2010


The survival trip has been very fun. We swam and saw petrogyphs. We are on time to do a solo. in the night we saw satelites and Venus in the sky. We told a lot of jokes. Jared Carried 2 packs and was a pack mule. It was awesome.

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This trip is very fun. I love going in the water, it make me feel good. I love looking at the stars at nigh and the people are funny. I am looking forward to the solo's. It's not bad carry your pack for a while. It was AMAZING
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This trip is my last trip until I've done every trip at Navajo Tails!!! Woo woo. This Trip I've learned more than any other trip at Navajo Trails. I learned how to make a fire, make a broom, make cordage bracelet, and most in important how to survive with a wool blanket as a pack! I had fun.
Survival Trip Camper 2010

This was a new exciting experience for me. Although this scenery is not mundane, it is familiar to me. i have taken trips to parts of Utah that are very similar to this, but I usually don't camp when I visit this part of Utah. I have camped but never like this. I have learned a lot from this trip. I especially liked making ask cakes, every meal for Wednesday was salubrious and delicious. This was a great experience and will be hard to forget.
Survival Trip Camper 2010

1 comment:

Mr Aipoio said...

How to Make Pemmican The Ultimate Survival Food

People really should avert their gaze from the modern survival thinking for just a bit and also look at how folks 150 years ago did it. These guys were the last generation to practice basic things-for a living-that we call survival skills now.

Click on the link bellow to find out how the early pioneers - who had a long hard journey ahead - built the Self-Feeding Fire in order to take a much needed refreshing nap (no need to add logs).

How to Start a Self-Feeding Fire That Lasts All Night Long

People really should avert their gaze from the modern survival thinking for just a bit and also look at

How folks 150 years ago did it.

These guys were the last generation to practice basic things-for a living-that we call survival skills now.

Survival Things Our Great Grandfathers Did Or Built Around The House.

Remember... back in those days, there was no electricity... no refrigerators... no law enforcement... and certainly no grocery store or supermarkets...

So I really can't think of anyone more qualified in sharing real-life survival lessons than people who lived through times like these.

Survival Things Our Great Grandfathers Did Or Built Around The House.

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