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I want to start flintknapping. Where are the best places to learn?
What can I do to stay warm if I have to spend a night in the cold without a sleeping bag?
Should I use hardwood or softwood for a bow-drill? I've heard different things.
What's the most dangerous animal in the lower 48? How do I protect myself from it?
How can I make a bow and arrows for hunting with materials from the wilderness?
What are your thoughts on using cellphones to call for rescue in the wilderness? Would I be better with a satellite phone instead?
How do you make a plant-fiber rope in the wild? What kinds of plants should you use?
What's the most important wilderness first-aid skill to learn?
What kinds of edible insects are the easiest to catch and most nutritious?
How should I deal with wet/smelly/rotting feet in the wild?
I have heard that a skilled tracker can tell what a person ate, any injuries, and myriad other personal details about their life just from looking at their footprints. Is this true?
If I'm alone and my truck is stuck on a muddy road, what's the best way to get out?