In a contest of survival between the strongest of men and the smartest intellectual, it is the one who is most adaptable to change who will win. Strength and IQ may affect the overall results of bushcraft practice, but they are not the prime requirements for its success. If man is willing to venture into the woods and take whatever he finds to his advantage, to read nature instead of manipulate it, then his journey shall become a success.
Wilderness Survival versus Bushcraft
Although similar in nature, wilderness survival and bushcraft are two distinct genres. The confusion often arises from their overlapping characteristics, which involve ways of surviving in the wild. The main distinction between the two is the amount of time spent in the backwoods. Wilderness survival utilizes short-term survival tactics where the main goal is to escape the woods ASAP (survivors usually take an average of 72 hours to escape). Bushcraft, on the other hand, involves a complete immersion in the natural environment; it is a long-term stay.
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Wow. It was cheap, I like the genre, so I gave it a shot.
The info was far too basic, which could be forgiven.....except for how poor the performance was. I hope the reader was drunk...because if not, this is the worst vocally read piece I've ever heard. I had to speed up the playback 3x to get it to sound like someone with an IQ above a preschooler. Sorry to be harsh, but goodness, that was bad.
this wasn't worth my $4.00. I cannot believe someone was paid to narrate the in which this book was narrated. please fire this person. he can always find a job working for bill Cosby as 'mush mouth' in the fat Albert cartoon. please refund me audible.
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