18TH CENTURY LIVING HISTORY, HISTORICAL TREKKING, AND LONG TERM SURVIVAL.
Interesting indeed, thanks for sharing.
Thanks for your feedback Toyin, appreciated.
ALL your stuff is interesting, Le Loup, some just more than others. I made a comment on the other guy's post also.
My thanks Gorges, as always.
Kind of have to disagree about the "Ain't no such thing as a safe hillbilly....". My good friend John is about as Appalachian as anyone could get. We used to take people on Kentucky and Tennessee mountain climbing and rafting and other such trips. Safety was always a top concern. We each took a set of rescue gear suited to each adventure just in case anyone with got in to trouble. Never had a person lost or hurt.
Thanks for your feedback Michael, but I think Jenny has a different period in mind to what you are refering to. Sounds like you have some experience in wilderness survival.Regards.
I know what Jenny is thinking. Well as much a any man can know what a woman's thinking. She's one for words and the double entendre. A very lovely woman though.I haven't done much in the way of wilderness survival. My mom's side of the family is western Kansas wheat farmers that got there by covered wagon. They even brought red Russian wheat to the US when they came from Germany.It's hard not to learn a lot about self reliance and life being in such an environment.Jenny think to have a lot to offer and I look forward to reading of your experiences.Michael
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