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Now at the Age of 61, I have been surviving in the wild all of my life from the mountains in California to the jungles in the Philippines to living in North Central Siberia and many trips to the Geographic North Pole. I am a disabled veteran, Vietnam Era, and I have been there and done that. So, if you need survival equipment and survival training, you know that you are in good hands when you read the advise on this page, I'm not going to stear you wrong.
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Survival Means Getting Started NOW, Right NOW
Get your equipment Ready
Prepare for Stage 1,
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#1 Warmth and Dryness ( Immediate Concern )
b.) Rain Suits
c.) Gortex Boots
#2 Survival Food and Water ( Immediate Concern )
Short and Long Term Housing ( Immediate Concern )
Personal Health ( Immediate Concern )
Emergency Radios, Flashlights
Escape Safety Equipment
Prepare for Stage 2, ( Civil Unrest )
Escape from the Cities, Don't Wait.
Personal Defense, Weapons
Location, Location, Location
Prepare for Stage Three Living Away from Civilization
Living in the Wilderness, Become an Expert.
Longer Term Food Sources
Long Term Safe Water
Long Term Warmth and Housing
Prepare for the Unexpected
Attacks from People
Psychological Attacks and Problems
Chemical Warfare Survival
Edible Wild Foods
Height 100 cm, Root, Leaves, and stalk can be used row or cooked. Cultivated in Japan for its edible root, Habitat is waste ground, hedgerows, and sometimes meadows and woodland, Prefers moist soil in full sun or semi shade.
Prickly Pear Cactus
Click Here's a super list of edible wild foods classified into their uses: Medicinal Uses, Inedible, Poisonous, Mushrooms Edible, Mushrooms Inedible.
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