1. Desolation 2.0


    from Tyson Waldron / Added

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    This trip was life altering. I can honestly say all three of us have an entirely new respect for the awesome power of Mother Nature. This is one of the first videos I've ever edited! Just trying to learn some very basic editing techniques with my new adobe cs 5.5 master collection...

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    • Elemental Friction - Stone Tools Bow Drill


      from Brad Salon / Added

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      Students from the Wilderness Survival Immersion Project at Roots School in Vermont create a bow drill fire completely from natural materials, using only stone tools. The Wilderness Survival Immersion Project is a nine month long program where students learn and become proficient at humans beings oldest and most necessary skills. Students learn to provide shelter, water, fire, food for oneself and ones group. The year ends with a four day and four night survival trip where the students go out with nothing but the clothes on their backs. To learn more about the Wilderness Survival immersion Project or Roots School, visit us at www.RootsVT.com Video by Brad Salon Music by Brad Giresi

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      • Foraging for Wild Edible and Medicinal Plants - Early Spring


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        Maine Primitive Skills School youth create a primitive skills video on foraging for wild edible and medicinal plants in the early spring. http://www.primitiveskills.com

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        • Basic survival skills everyone should know


          from David Venish / Added

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          This video (a random compilation of clips from the original 25 minutes video) highlights basic survival skills and what to pack into your homemade survival kit or pack. Most folks have very little idea of simple survival skills and useful items that can make a difference if they're stranded in the wilderness or experience an emergency . Examples include having at least two methods of starting a fire, purifying water for drinking & signaling for help etc. See stepthru.net for details.

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            Norm Rasmussen, his son Brian Rasmussen, and a friend Brian Nielson, were hiking into a remote lake in Ontario, Canada to spend a week fishing, when they lost their trail way. With no one but God to turn to ... hear how He miraculously lead them to safety! This is a great video to help people trust God in THEIR "impossible" situations! If this testimony has blessed you in any way, feel free to share why or how it has blessed you at ptoffice@precious-testimonies.com. We promise you we won’t place you on any email list, nor give out your email address to anyone else. Please be sensitive to the Lord about forwarding this video to others who might be able to benefit from it - and/or - you think would be willing to pass it along to others to give it greater awareness. Thanks so much. To view other Christian Testimonies offered through this ministry: www.precious-testimonies.com Did GOD Die? http://www.precious-testimonies.com/Exhortations/a-e/WhyTheCross.htm

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            • survival shelter-hoop debris hut


              from Maine Primitive Skills School / Added

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              Maine Primitive Skills School Students make a wilderness survival shelter ( debris hut) without a ridgepole, and test it for water proofness.

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              • Rock boiling: Survival water purification


                from Alderleaf Wilderness College / Added

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                Using a rock boiling technique to purify water. This is a way to effectively purify water in a survival situation if you did not have a filter system or chemical treatment. The containers are coal-burned bowls made from logs. It is a completely primitive technique that requires no specialized equipment. The little scrubby made from an evergreen tree branch is used to wipe off ash from the fire from off of the hot stone. The first bowl of water is for dunking to get off the remaining ash (not for drinking). Too much ash in water turns it into a lye (very alkaline) which is unsafe to drink. The second bowl of water is being boiled. Once the water reaches boiling temperature it is safe to drink. When the water begins to cool we add pine needles to add good flavor and vitamin C.

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                • Life Lessons with Mr. Bailey- The Camping Life


                  from Adam Siegel / Added

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                  Chip Bailey takes the kids into the wild wilderness and shows em' how to survive!

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                  • Wilderness Survival: Lost Proofing Children


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                    Maine Primitive Skills School Youth Instructor Ryan shares important skills for adults and children to use to keep from getting lost in the Maine woods.

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                    • Tom Brown Jr Live : "Spontaneous Teaching" (Excerpt)


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                      Tom Brown Jr Live : "Spontaneous Teaching" Ep. 15 - Excerpt (5:03)

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