To learn bushcraft, one must adjust the state of mind. Instead of going through a series of complex mental processes when coming up with a decision, one should reform to a simpler, more primal state. It aids in prioritizing the more immediate needs. Even if it is just for a little while, one should experience the independence and empowerment of living by the moment and in using the forces of nature to the advantage. This 2 in 1 Box set allows you to learn bushcraft skills from the beginner stage to advanced 101 bushcraft skills.
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This book has the foundation needed if you are thinking of heading out into the wild. Some informative tips for things like water, food gathering, packing, shelter and weather considerations.
The narrator does a nice job. Not sure about the first review, it seems harsh, the read and material is above average.
Numerous good points for a beginner.
The book gets too carried away with medicines and first aid items, sounds like a portable surgery kit. I certainly don't carry scalpel blades and butterfly sutures.
The reader does a good job.
Any Bush-craft book is worth reading.
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