But they did teach me something everytime we went out with them about to stay alive in the area we where in and what to do when something happens that was not planned on .but all things it take's time to learn the right way and wrong way of living off the land and i think that you have to learn the lesson first before trying to go that route of living in the bush
I landed in Fairbanks this last January 28, it was sixty below!!! I moved myself and what little left I had out into the Alaskan Bush. I know for a fact, that I could not have made it out here through my first winter without some consistant help. I was setup with my own cabin, but it too 4 days to get that cabin warm enough where I couldn't see my breath! It was the coldest few days I ever experienced. I will be the first to warn, unless you are over prepared and or you have someone already here who is willing to ensure you don't die, don't even think about it, because 60 below zero is no fairy tale!God BlessJeff
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