The world is changing rapidly around us. World-change brings uncertainty and unpredictability. As a result, you may never know if you will find yourself in the middle of an emergency survival situation. A recent news report discusses how two hikers fell and died in Arches National Park.
Additionally, unexpected earthquakes rocked the little town of Ridgecrest, California, this past summer. Furthermore, the daily commute to work in a metroplex can suddenly become fraught with danger. A sudden change in weather can leave you stranded on the highway or in an airport concourse. Therefore, it is prudent to consider your skillset for surviving outdoors or in the urban environment. Do you have the knowledge and experience to get out of danger once you are in the middle of a survival scenario?
A Personal Experience
The recent snowstorms during the Thanksgiving weekend travel period were early for this time of the year. Consequently, many airline flight cancelations and delays arose. Hotels were quickly filled up by weary drivers getting off of the freeway on their way to visit friends and family for Thanksgiving. My family traveled during this period. Our drive up to visit family in Colorado was uneventful.
Moreover, the start of our trip back home had the result of our car sliding off of a dirt road on a down-hill curve due to snow and ice falling that morning. I prepared the car before our trip away from home with recovery items. My wife’s father came from his house in his pickup truck to help us. Consequently, we had to use my tow strap to recover our car out of the rut into which it slid. However, if our slide-out had happened in another location, we had the means necessary to signal for rescue, treat wounds, build a fire, stay warm, and obtain drinkable water.
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