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How safe is the water you drink in the woods.. Part 2

The second part of the artical by Survivology 101 about how to procure water and the safe ways to purify the water.

http://survivology101.blogspot.com/2015/03/waterwater-everywherepart-2.html

Survival

Cut Off

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Cut Off.”

When was the last time you felt really, truly lonely?

I have traveled many miles across America via motorcycle, and hiking, I have been in wilderness locations where I actually was concerned, yet not alone. 328 more words

Creative Writer

Towards the La Sals

Looking out from Needles area in Canyonlands National Park towards the the La Sal mountains on a somewhat grey and monotone day. It is amazing the colors that still come through even when the sky’s not blue. Utah, USA.

WOMEN IN THE WILDERNESS – A TRIBUTE TO DR IAN PLAYER

In the midst of launching Project Rhino KZN’s ‪#‎LetOurVoicesBeHeard and our partnership with… 368 more words

IMfolozi

Sometimes the Wilderness Blooms

Scripture Text: Isaiah 35: 1-2

 The wilderness and the dry land shall be glad, the desert shall rejoice and blossom; like the crocus 2it shall blossom abundantly, and rejoice with joy and singing. 665 more words

Wilderness

Another beautiful day in Wilderness

My last day in Wilderness was filled with sun, sand, cocktails and a seriously full belly. I had been waking up consistently early during this week, possibly due to some subtly relentless jetlag. 464 more words

Solo Female Travel

The Snow Falls On The Righteous And The Wicked

The Snow Falls On The Righteous And The Wicked

STEFAN HELGASON • March 4th 2015

Stefan Helgason is an amateur photographer. He has been working in construction since 2009, largely with steel and canvas structures used by resource extraction companies across Canada’s north. 714 more words

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