Do you have the wilderness survival skills to survival a bear attack?Many of us go our entire lives without ever encountering a bear. Climb a Tree: Grizzlies have straight claws, making them poor climbers, so some experts suggest you shinny up a tree. Wilderness survival is an awareness that not only keeps you alive, it allows you thrive and find a deeper connection to the natural world.
Bow Making BasicsCraft a survival bow out of locally harvested materials with simple blades and knives. Make Your Bamboo-Hickory Longbow In this course your craft a laminate longbow from bamboo and hickory. Our archery and wilderness survival skills camps are known as the first and best outdoor programs for youth in Portland and beyond.
A very important study has been published on male orgasms, so read on like your sex life depends on it.
These eight little-known facts about ejaculation – during shared sexual encounters and, erm, solo – might just change your bedroom habits. Just in case you thought climaxing couldn’t get much better, research presented at the American Urological Association suggests that males who have a higher frequency of orgasms (around 20 times per month) lowered their risk of prostate cancer by 20%.
Author of the study, Dr Jennifer Rider says this is probably due to the release of hormones such as oxytocin – which can lower blood pressure.
While you’re not likely to break the sound barrier, the average speed of male ejaculation is 28mph. Both men and women release 400% more prolactin – an ecstasy-inducing hormone – after sex than they do after masturbation. So give your hand a rest.
Reasons included brewers’ droop – being too intoxicated to climax– and wanting to go to sleep. A dry orgasm – known as a retrograde orgasm – can occur when semen travels to the bladder instead of through the shaft of the penis during orgasm. If this happens then head to your doctor – it could be a sign of problems with your bladder muscles.
While most fellas need at least a 30-minute cooling off period between steamy sessions, it is possible to train yourself to have multiple orgasms. Things like changing up sexual positions and managing testosterone levels can dramatically improve your chances.
According to Ginemed Assisted Human Reproduction Clinic, the semen released in the first wave of ejaculate has better quality DNA and are more likely to fertilise an egg thanks to greater mobility. Disclaimer This website is intended to express our opinion on stories, pictures and videos from the world wide web. But this method of catching fish requires very little fishing skill or knowledge to actually produce a decent catch of fresh fish for you to eat. A Survival Gill Net is an excellent way to gather a lot of fish at once, but can only be used in certain situations – ideally a river, where it can form a trapping area across the river itself. A good survival gill net like the Adventure Series Survival Gill Net shown here on the left, comes with a weighted bottom rope that will allow the Gill Net to sink and settle on the river bed, and also a clever top rope that floats. There are other uses for a  Survival Gill Net, like using it for animal snares and trapping rabbits, phesants and most other small animals in the wild.
Most Cast Nets are very heavy duty made due to the amount of use they have to take during the throwing and trawling part of the fishing. This method takes some practice and is time consuming, but large amounts of fish are able to be caught if you find a good swim of fish in the river or lake. The main advantages to these two styles of survival fishing nets is their ability to catch a lot of fish in one go and also, they are very compact for there size.
Taking all the pros and cons into account these still offer a good choice of survival fishing kit and are well worth considering adding t o your gear.
December 15, 2014 by Tammy Trayer 5 Comments We are surrounded by wilderness here on our Idaho homestead.

We live a very traditional life out here so a lot of our time in the wild actually has a purpose. Any time we leave our property, whether on foot or in a vehicle, you can be sure that we have our gear and are prepared for anything.
We live in a very vast location and you never know what may be around the next corner, when your truck may break down miles and miles from home, when the weather may turn, or when even an unexpected injury will happen. Our predators are typically the 4 legged kind, but you never know when you may run into the 2 legged kind as well. Before I met my husband (aka Mountain Man), I was already busy running wild in the mountains and enjoying the outdoors. Ladies, if you have a very chivalrous man and maybe even a proud man that wants to show you he is fully capable of taking care of yourself and your family, that is a very genuine man.
Let’s say you are all out camping, and one of your children wonders off and gets lost.
The entire family should know what gear to carry, what to carry on their person, how to light a fire, how to build a shelter, how to get safe drinking water and how to sustain themselves in any situation. This is just one part of a series of posts where I will provide how-to information and videos that you can watch with your children or as a family.
There may be links in the post above that are “affiliate links.” This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission, which does not affect the price you pay for the product. Tammy resides very traditionally off-grid in the northern Idaho wilderness with her family. It took a lot of years, but I finally convinced my kids that their EDC is extremely important. Wilderness Survival is a set of skills and attitudes that you can develop and build over time.  Some skills cross over between seasons, others (such as building snow shelters) are specific to the weather, terrain, and vegetation conditions you are experiencing.
Whether your group has 1 hour or 2 days to spend on a workshop, is composed of kids new to outdoor pursuits or hardened and mature veterans of outdoor adventure, we've got some learning and team building for you! Experienced instructors guide you through hands-on activities in outdoor lore and ancients skills. Primitive technology and traditional skills takes this even further, exploring an ancient way of relating to the land. We may be scouting for a good hunting spot, harvesting our meat or firewood for the year, taking a 20 mile hike for some casual exercise, or even panning for some gold (really!). Not only do we have our gear, but we always have additional clothing and we each have a firearm.
Our safety is a top priority and I feel that survival moms should know how to protect themselves and their children. Many are not used to the outdoors the way my Mountain Man and I are, which is why I want to take you through the steps for getting and keeping your family educated, trained and ready. I look forward to sharing my knowledge with you and hope to encourage you to embrace these tasks as a family. She is a Christian, freelance writer, soon to be author, web designer, pioneer, homesteader, avid outdoorswoman, huntress, frugally self sufficient, Momma of two beautiful children, homeschool teacher and advocate for one amazing young Mountain Boy with autism & aspergers, married to her best friend, her cowboy and Mountain Man of her dreams.
We work and go to school in areas where it should be a simple enough matter to walk home if necessary, but you never know what will happen. Really appreciate the kind words and YES I feel women really need to be educated and children. They will surely be thankful for your guidance as they continue to get older and those things in their pockets will continue to be useful and more will be added. Sprint over rough terrain?  Strip naked and spin in circles?Truth is that it really doesna€™t matter. A grizzlya€™s bite is so strong that theya€™ve been observed gnawing their way through trees up to 12 inches in diameter to get to their prey. Focusing on shelter, water, fire and food, this course helps you develop safety in the out of doors and a deeper connection with the natural world.

I feel very strongly that women should not only carry a firearm, but be very knowledgeable on the gun they carry, know gun safety and know how to very accurately use their gun. Embracing things as a family is a great opportunity to grow as a family and also empower and nurture your children. If you, yourself, are not interested in learning and allow your husband to do everything while you are camping or in the outdoors, you are not doing yourself any favors either. It is getting dark and you have been unsuccessful in finding them.  Does your child know enough to survive, lost, for a night without you?
I carry a lighter in my pocket, a pocket knife on my jeans, and my Keltek .380 P-3AT is holstered on my belt. We agreed not to venture into the woods and they agreed to be shot at with very large guns if they came into town.
One grizzly was recorded snapping off a 4a€? diameter tree in one bite.Black bears on the other hand, being more agile and equipped with curved claws, are very astute climbers.
This is a subject you will find in one of my upcoming posts, but I thought I would give you a little food for thought for those of you that do not carry. As part of this new series here on The Survival Mom blog, I will walk you through what we carry in our packs, the varying ways we start fires, build shelters, hunt for food, etc.
Apparently, you should adjust your actions based on whether the bear is accustomed to humans or not. I am thankful for the chivalrous nature of my Mountain Man, BUT when it comes to being in the outdoors, he knows I can hold my own and he expects me to know how to handle and take care of myself. Bear, have we met before?) Ostensibly, one could assume that bears found in the middle of nowhere would be wary of humans, but as you constantly hear of well-meaning biologists trapping a€?citya€? bears and dropping them into remote areas, this may not always be the case. You, probably after having had a few beers, decide to stand your ground (This is my sunfish, dammit!) and advance towards the bear, banging on an aluminum pot and shouting obscenities. Or just because youa€™re enjoying nature from the comfort of a popular campground, doesna€™t mean every animal will be relaxed and groovy. In addition to being immensely strong, grizzlies are deceptively fast; they can sprint upwards of 35 mph, remember. That is assuming of course that your hands arena€™t shaking so badly that you can actually aim that pathetic stream of spiced water into the puny ocular sockets of a charging bear.
Ya feelina€™ lucky, you ursine punk?Make Noise: Wilderness survival skills experts advise hikers, especially those traveling through heavily wooded areas, to make noise in order to avoid surprising a bear, thus provoking an attack.
The problem is that this may actually alert a hungry predator to your whereabouts, especially if there isna€™t much food and the bear doesna€™t know ita€™s supposed to be scared of humans. To make your camp as unappealing as possible to a bear, Charles Fergus recommends that you prepare and cook your food at least 100 yards downwind of camp. Afterwards, be sure to wrap leftovers in multiple layers of plastic and suspend them in a tree. This would work, except that even if you manage to clean, cook and eat your food a mile outside of camp, the smell will still linger on your skin, clothing and in your hair, making you, for all intents and purposes, a large walking, enticingly odoriferous cut of meat. And since black bears are excellent climbers, your suspended food bag becomes nothing but a fully-stocked piA±ata to an enterprising bear. However, this safety-in-numbers technique presumably works only when youa€™re all together, all the time. No wandering off on your own to fish, explore a trail or to tinkle in the privacy of the woods. Black bears have been known to meander through a maze of tents containing dozens of sleeping campers. And in one unfortunate case, dragged a boy scout from his tent off into the woods, never to be seen alive again.

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