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Quelle prise de risque...!
He‘s a fucking idiotic piece of shit! How fucking stupid to go in the wildness and then just get pissed off by the animals who are naturally living there?!?! And even gucking peperspray them? Unbelievable.
& , deze reist bijna even extreem als jullie maar kent de truc vd PET fles nog niet, vreemd. Op 4:20 wel een goeie tip voor de gerookte zalm 👌🏽
So an "idiot naif" went to the woods unprepared and discovered that he was ignorant. Wow. I am laughing. I went to Alaska and did what he did. Armed with knowledge. Sorry, I don't admire this man or his story. Pfff.
BEARS BEHAVE JUST AS BEARS USUALLY BEHAVE......THE PROBLEM ARE HUMANS THEY UNFORTUNATELY COME ACROSS !!!
He has a companion who's filming everything, so it's not complete solitude. It's great though that he reconnected with Nature
A nice....all be it slightly extreme experience, that reminds me we are all part of nature - aware or not
wouldn't it be better to just leave the nature the f*ck alone
Like Afghanistan...there are rules...follow the rules...message to US Army.🇦🇫
Adventurous young man 🤗
I don't know how he is still alive....going with no wilderness skills. He underestimated his food supply. Well okey dokey. Just a small detail.
I can imagine you doing that!
Too funny. He's no Daniel Boone that's for sure. He's really lucky to be alive after that stint in Alaska. Of course, we aren't going to hear about the rescue party that had to get him out. (Speculating.) He had no innate ability or training to be there. Learned how to cross a stream without being swept away? (Greener than I thought.) Also, there are only 'grizzlies' in the lower 48. They are referred to as 'brown' or 'coastal browns' (Bigger) in Alaska and the surrounds. Bear territory? That term is relative. There was a big ol' black bear fighting a coyote over bird seed outside my window the night before last, and I live just outside Hartford, Connecticut! LOL (Bear won.) Where in the world do these people get the idea they can go into these remote wild areas with no 7/11's ? Because they have a cell phone? (No charging stations on the tree trunks!) Never forget the time when a reporter for the Hartford Courant, Steve Grant, decided to take on the Appalachian Trail in the 80's. His go to food sustenance? 'Trail Mix'. LOL Another beauty. Certainly had my attention to read his daily experiences. He later wrote of meeting another hiker that believed in packing pre cooked sausages, and he surmised it was better than 'Trail Mix' bought at the grocery store. (A real survivor.)
Look, don't think living outside of civilization is something you'd like to give a try. It's not fun. Not unless you consider 'fun' and the likelihood of you getting killed by a bear, moose, snake, pack of wolves, becoming immobile from injury, or eaten alive by bugs and dying from dehydration and starvation is real, especially if you get sick. It's not as easy as 'Hatchet Jack' makes it out to be.
STAY CLOSE TO NATURE..
IT WILL NEVER FAILS..
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