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THE ART OF NOTHING: WILDERNESS SURVIVAL SERIES: VOL. ONE – THREE DAYS AT THE RIVER

by: Thomas J. Elpel

Could you survive if lost in wild country? Demonstrates different skills & techniques for meeting the basic needs of shelter, fire, water, & food. Includes how to make stone knives, bow-drill fire sets, & how to purify drinking water. Join Thomas J. Elpel & his guests for camping trips gone primitive. VHS, 90 min.

1-892784-11-4
978-1-892784-11-7
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01-15-2003
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Overview

Could you survive if lost in wild country? If you’re unsure, this video has valuable lessons to teach you. Each video demonstrates different skills and techniques for meeting the basic needs of shelter, fire, water, and food. You’ll learn many things including how to make stone knives, bow-drill fire sets, and how to purify drinking water. Join Thomas J. Elpel and his guests for camping trips gone primitive.

Volume One: Three Days at the River

No knife. No matches. No food. No sleeping bags or other gear. Join Thomas J. Elpel and his 13-year-old daughter Felicia for an extraordinary spring camping experience in southwestern Montana. In cottonwood groves along the Jefferson River they demonstrate practical survival skills starting with only their bare hands.

Shelter: Grass sleeping bag on hot ground
Fire: Cottonwood root bow-drill set
Water: Boiling water in found bottles and cans for purification
Food: Cattail roots, stinging nettles, tree mushroom, rose hips, porcupine, burdock, mustard greens, and milkweed shoots
Cooking: Shish kebabs and hot rock stir-fry
Tools: Discoidal stone knives and digging sticks

Details

ISBN: 1-892784-11-4
Publisher: MOUNTAIN PRESS PUB. CO.
Publish Date: 01-15-2003

“THE ART OF NOTHING: WILDERNESS SURVIVAL SERIES: VOL. ONE – THREE DAYS AT THE RIVER”

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