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Discussion in 'Wilderness Survival' started by ResistMuchObeyLittle, Jul 12, 2017.

  1. ResistMuchObeyLittle

    ResistMuchObeyLittle Hungry for Knowledge

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    I'm looking for a few awesome people to join me going off grid-bushcraft style by the end of this month. Must have primitive skills and know Bushcraft.
    I've been researching locations and I've picked the general area.
    This may be above the 49th parallel, So if you've been north- even better.
    Where I have in mind is REALLY REALLY remote.
    PM for more details. Our trip would start NorthWest of West Glacier NP.
    I'm totally serious about this.
    If you have experience train hopping I'd love to try it out- maybe to get out there. :)

    Look into land shark survival shelter/blanket. Have all your necessary gear.
    This will be a group effort. Hoping to meet some lifelong friends.
    No time set for how long we'll be "out there", but the longer the better.
     
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    Wow, would like to go with you, but for now I'm stuck in Europe. Maybe I'll fly to Canada next spring and if you're still around I can join for a while at least....
     
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    I wish I could come but I don't have the skills yet. I am learning tho, taking courses and spending most of summer outside. I will follow tho, maybe in the future !
     
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    Bring bear spray. I'm fucking serious. Anyone who says, "Bah! Bears won't harm you if you leave them alone", have never had a negative encounter with a grizzly in northern montana.

    This trip sounds great. I've Been wanting to do this for a while now. Have a job.....unfortunately.
     
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    ResistMuchObeyLittle Hungry for Knowledge

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    I agree. Bears are scary as F up close. Ive had many run ins with black bears. Never griz.