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Science of Survival:Shelter from the Snow


Survivorman Les Stroud shows you how to survive a long, cold night stranded in the snow.


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A lot of desperate situations, that started out by people having spent a cold night in a vehicle. Not so bad for me, I got my snack food.

 

Energy bars or any high calorie foods, like candy are all great.

 

“My sleeping bag, and I even got a candle. If I have to, I can always start the car, every once in a while just to heat up, once I keep the windows crack opened a bit because of the carbon monoxide. And also make sure that I keep the tailpipes clear off any snow. Well, the snow is getting deep, and the hour’s getting late. Let me see. Bottom of the sun, one, two, three hand widths. It’s about three hours. From what I can see, the spot down here, the fallen over tree might make a good shelter.

 

Les stops in some good time to get some shelter for the night. Remember that hub cap from the truck? A key element of survival is staying calm and keeping focused on basic essentials. In cold temperatures, these are water, warm and shelter.

 

I’m not gonna knock this snow out of my way, because snow is a fantastic insulator. If you can use it to your advantage, then do so. It blocks out the winds and keeps in the heat.

 

Without an ax, look for dead wood is easier to break. Les has a neat way to snap logs to size. Driving the branches into firm snow gives a quick and easy lean-to to keep the wind off. Another essential is kindling for a fire.

 

These branches are dead like this, for the beetles are beginning to attack the tree. Bad for the tree, but good for a fire starter. The ability to make fire is everything when it comes to surviving the cold.

 

Les has some cotton wool and petroleum jelly. The cotton acts as a wick and the petroleum jelly as a fuel to make it a great fire starter. The cotton soaks up the petroleum jelly and burns just like a candle. One of the biggest problems that people have when it comes to getting a fire going is simple preparation. They want the fire too quickly; they get a little tiny flame. Then they throw on it some big hunk of wood, it’s not gonna do. You got to break it down to tiny, tiny elements, start slowly. I wanna a small fire that I can put inside the shelter and have the heat in there with me. Hub cap makes a nice fire basin, doesn’t it?

 

 

[ 本帖最后由 点点沁 于 2009-1-26 12:56 编辑 ]

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A lot of desperate situations, started out by people outing suspended, cold night in a vehicle. Not so bad for me, I got my sack food.

Energy bars or any high calorie food, like candies are all great. My sleep bag and I even got a candle. If I have to, I can always start the car, every once in a while just to heat up, keep the windows cracked open a bit, because of the carbon dioxide. And also make sure that keep the ** clear of any snow.

Well, the snow is getting deep, and the hour’s getting late. Let me see… about three hours. What I can see, the spot down here, just fall over trees might anchor a good shelter.

Let’s stop some good time to get some shelter for the night. Remember that hop cap from the truck? A key element of survival is staying calm and keeping focus on basic essentials. In cold temperatures, these are water, warm and shelter.

I’m not gonna knock this snow out of my way, because snow is a fantastic insulator. If you can use it to your advantage, then do so. Marks out the winds and deep them in the heat.

Without an ax, look for dead wood is easier to break. Les has a nip way to snap logs to sides. Driving the branches into firm snow, gives a quick and easy ** to keep the winds off. Another essential is ** for a fire.

These branches are dead like this. To the bindles of beginning to attacking the tree. Bad for the tree, but good for fire starter.

Ability to make the fire is everything when it comes to surviving the cold.

Let’s has some cotton warm and petroleum and jelly. The cotton act as a weak and the petroleum and jelly as a fuel to make it a great fire starter. The cotton sounds up the petroleum and jelly and burns just like a candle.

The biggest problem people have when they come to getting a fire going, simple preparation. They want the fire too quickly; they get a little tiny flame. Then they throw on it, big hunk wood, not gonna do. Gotta break them down to tiny tiny elements. Start slow. Wanna a small fire, then I can put inside the shelter and let the heating air with me.

Hop cap makes a nice fire base, doesn’t it?

 

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On  水城雪可奈

 

A lot of desperate situations, I started out by people outing in Spain, cold night in a vehicle. Not so bad for me, I got my sack food.

 

Energy bars or any high calorie foods, like candy are all great. My sleep bag and I even got a candle. If I have to, I can always start the car, every once in a while just to heat up, once I keep the windows cracked open a bit, because of the carbon dioxide. And also make sure that keep the tail flips  clear of any snow.

 

Well, the snow is getting deep, and the hour’s getting late. Let me see buttom at the sun, two, three-hand width about three hours. What I can see, the spot down here, just fall over the tree might make a good shelter.

 

Let’s stop some good time to get some shelter for the night. Remember that hop cap from the truck? A key element of survival is staying calm and keeping focused on basic essentials. In cold temperatures, these are water, warm and shelter.

 

I’m not gonna knock this snow out of my way, because snow is a fantastic insulator. If you can use it to your advantage, then do so. Marks out the winds and deep them in the heat.

 

Without an ax, look for dead wood is easier to break. Les has a nip way to snap logs to sides. Driving the branches into firm snow, gives a quick and easy lean-to to keep the winds off. Another essential is kindling for a fire.

 

These branches are dead like this. To the beatles of beginning to attack the tree. Bad for the tree, but good for fire starter.

 

Ability to make  fire is everything when it comes to surviving the cold.

 

Let’s has some cotton warm and petroleum  jelly. The cotton acts as a wick and the petroleum  jelly as a fuel to make it a great fire starter. The cotton soaks up the petroleum  jelly and burns just like a candle.

 

The biggest problem people have when it comes to getting a fire going, simple preparation. They want the fire too quickly; they get a little tiny flame. Then they throw on it, some big hunk of wood, not gonna do. Gotta break it down to tiny tiny elements. Start slow. Wanna a small fire, then I can put inside the shelter and let the heating air with me.

 

Hop cap makes a nice fire base, doesn’t it?

 

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改晚了(原改水城雪可奈) HW

A lot / desperate situations must start up by people outing a spend, caught night in a vehicle. Not so bad for me,/ got my sack food.

Energy bars or any high calorie foods, like candy are all great. Got a sleeping bag and I even got a candle. If I have to, I can always start the car, every once in a while just / heat up,once I keep the windows cracked open a bit, because of the carbon dioxide. And also make sure that you keep the ** clear of any snow.

For the snow is getting deep, and the hour’s getting late. Let me see…the sun, one, two, three hundreds,it's about three hours. What I can see, the spot down here, just fall over trees might anchor a good shelter.

Let’s stop some good time to get some shelter for the night. Remember that hop cap from the truck? A key element of survival is staying calm and keeping focused on basic essentials. In cold temperatures, these are water, warm and shelter.

I’m not gonna knock this snow out of my way, because snow is a fantastic insulator. If you can use it to your advantage, then do so. Marks out the wind/ and deep them in the heat.

Without an axe, look for dead wood ,it's easier to break. Let's has a neat way to snap logs to sides. Driving the branches into firm snow, gives a quick and easy lean-to to keep the wind/ off. Another essential is kindling for a fire.

These branches are dead like this. To the beadles of beginning to attack/ the tree. Bad for the tree, but good for fire starter.

Ability to make / fire is everything when it comes to surviving the cold.

Let’s has some cotton wool and petroleum and jelly. The cotton acts as a wick and the petroleum and jelly as a fuel to make it a great fire starter. The cotton sounds up the petroleum and jelly and burns just like a candle.

The biggest problem people have when it comes to getting a fire going, simple preparation. They want the fire too quickly; they get a little tiny flame. Then they throw on it, some big hunk wood, not gonna do. Gotta break them down to tiny tiny elements. Start slow. Wanna a small fire, then I can put inside the shelter and let the heating there with me.

Hop cap makes a nice fire base, doesn’t it?

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A lot of desperate situations are started out by people outing suspended, cold night in a vehicle. Not so bad for me, I got my snack food.

Energy bars or any high calorie foods, like candy are all great. My sleep bag and I even got a candle. If I have to, I can always start the car, every once in a while just  heat up, Once I keep the windows' crack open a bit, because of the carbon dioxide. And also make sure that keep the tail pipes clear of any snow.

Well, the snow is getting deep, and the hour is getting late. Let me see,/ of the sun. One,Two,Three handbreadth,It's about three hours. What I can see, the spot down here, These fallen over trees might make a good shelter.

Les stops in good time to get some shelter for the night. Remember that hop cap from the truck? A key element of survival is staying calm and keeping focus on basic essentials. In cold temperatures, these are water, warm and shelter.

I’m not gonna knock this snow out of my way, because snow is a fantastic insulator. If you can use it to your advantage, then do so. Blocks out the winds and keeps  in the heat.

Without an ax, look for dead wood is easier to break. Les has a nip way to snap logs to sides. Driving the branches into firm snow, gives a quick and easy ** to keep the winds off. Another essential is kindling for a fire.

These branches are dead like this. To the bindles are beginning to attacking the tree. Bad for the tree, but good for fire starter.

Ability to make  fire is everything when it comes to surviving the cold.

Les has some cotton warm and petroleum jelly. The cotton act as a weak and the petroleum jelly as a fuel to make a great fire starter. The cotton sounds up the petroleum  jelly and burns just like a candle.

You know the biggest problem the people have when it comes to getting a fire go ahead, simple preparation. They want the fire too quickly; they get a little tiny flame. Then they throw on it, big hunk wood, not gonna do. Gotta break down to tiny tiny elements. Start slow. Wanna a small fire, then I can put inside the shelter and let the heating there with me.

Hop cap makes a nice fire base, doesn’t it?

[ 本帖最后由 lj7and9 于 2008-5-24 20:42 编辑 ]

on 宝宝的贝贝:

 

A lot of desperate situations, I started out by people having to spend a cold night in a vehicle. Not so bad for me, I got my stacked food.

 

Energy bars or any high calorie foods, like candy are all great. “My sleep bag, and I even got a candle. If I have to, I can always start the car, every once in a while just to heat up, once I keep the windows crack opened a bit because of the carbon monoxide. And also make sure that I keep the tailpipes clear of any snow.

 

Well, the snow is getting deeper, and the hour’s getting late. Let me see. Bottom of the sun, one, two, three hand widths. It’s about three hours. From what I can see, the spot down here, just falling over the tree might make a good shelter.

 

Let’s stop some good time to get some shelter for the night. Remember that hub cap from the truck? A key element of survival is staying calm and keeping focused on basic essentials. In cold temperatures, these are water, warm and shelter.

 

I’m not gonna knock this snow out of my way, because snow is a fantastic insulator. If you can use it to your advantage, then do so. It blocks out the winds and keep them in the heat.

 

Without an ax, look for dead wood is easier to break. Les has a neat way to snap logs to size. Driving the branches into firm snow gives a quick and easy lean-to to keep the wind off. Another essential is kindling for a fire.

 

These branches are dead like this, to the beetles that are beginning to attack the tree. Bad for the tree, but good for fire starter.

 

The ability to make fire is everything when it comes to surviving the cold.

 

Les has some cotton wool and petroleum jelly. The cotton acts as a wick and the petroleum jelly as a fuel to make it a great fire starter. The cotton soaks up the petroleum jelly and burns just like a candle.

 

One of the biggest problem people have when it comes to getting a fire going is simple preparation. They want the fire too quickly; they get a little tiny flame. Then they throw on it, some big hunk of wood, it’s not gonna do. You’ve got to break it down to tiny, tiny elements. Start slow. I wanna a small fire that I can put inside the shelter and let the heating air with me.

 

Hub cap makes a nice fire base, doesn’t it?

 

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angel0404

 

A lot of desperate situations, they started out by people having /spent a cold night in a vehicle. Not so bad for me, I got my stacked food.

 

Energy bars or any high calorie foods, like candy are all great. “My sleep bag, and I even got a candle. If I have to, I can always start the car, every once in a while just to heat up, once I keep the windows crack opened a bit because of the carbon monoxide. And also make sure that I keep the tailpipes clear of any snow.

 

Well, the snow is getting deep, and the hour’s getting late. Let me see. Bottom of the sun, one, two, three hand widths. It’s about three hours. From what I can see, the spot down here, just follow over the tree might make a good shelter.

 

Let’s stop some good time to get some shelter for the night. Remember that hub cap from the truck? A key element of survival is staying calm and keeping focused on basic essentials. In cold temperatures, these are water, warm and shelter.

 

I’m not gonna knock this snow out of my way, because snow is a fantastic insulator. If you can use it to your advantage, then do so. It blocks out the winds and keeps in the heat.

 

Without an ax, look for dead wood is easier to break. Les has a neat way to snap logs to size. Driving the branches into firm snow gives a quick and easy lean-to to keep the wind off. Another essential is kindling for a fire.

 

These branches are dead like this, for the beetles that are beginning to attack the tree. Bad for the tree, but good for fire starter.

 

The ability to make fire is everything when it comes to surviving the cold.

 

Les has some cotton wool and petroleum jelly. The cotton acts as a wick and the petroleum jelly as a fuel to make it a great fire starter. The cotton soaks up the petroleum jelly and burns just like a candle.

 

One of the biggest problem that people have when it comes to getting a fire going is simple preparation. They want the fire too quickly; they get a little tiny flame. Then they throw on it, some big hunk of wood, it’s not gonna do. You/ got to break it down to tiny, tiny elements. That's law. I wanna a small fire that I can put inside the shelter and have the heat in there with me.

 

Hub cap makes a nice fire base, doesn’t it?

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on shanjason

A lot of desperate situations, they started out by people having /spent a cold night in a vehicle. Not so bad for me, I got my stacked food. Energy bars or any high calorie foods, like candy are all great. “My sleep bag, and I even got a candle. If I have to, I can always start the car, every once in a while just to heat up, once I keep the windows crack opened a bit because of the carbon monoxide. And also make sure that I keep the tailpipes clear of any snow. Well, the snow is getting deep, and the hour’s getting late. Let me see. Bottom of the sun, one, two, three hand widths. It’s about three hours. From what I can see, the spot down here, just follow over the tree might make a good shelter. Let’s stop some good time to get some shelter for the night. Remember that hub cap from the truck? A key element of survival is staying calm and keeping focused on basic essentials. In cold temperatures, these are water, warm and shelter. I’m not gonna knock this snow out of my way, because snow is a fantastic insulator. If you can use it to your advantage, then do so. It blocks out the winds and keeps in the heat. Without an ax, look for dead wood it's easier to break. Les has a neat way to snap logs to size. Driving the branches into firm snow gives a quick and easy lean-to to keep the wind off. Another essential is kindling for a fire. These branches are dead like this, for the beetles / are beginning to attack the tree. Bad for the tree, but good for a fire starter. The ability to make fire is everything when it comes to surviving the cold. Les has some cotton wool and petroleum jelly. The cotton acts as a wick and the petroleum jelly as a fuel to make it a great fire starter. The cotton soaks up the petroleum jelly and burns just like a candle. One of the biggest problem that people have when it comes to getting a fire going is simple preparation. They want the fire too quickly; they get a little tiny flame. Then they throw on it, some big hunk of wood, it’s not gonna do. You/ got to break it down to tiny, tiny elements. Start law. I wanna a small fire that I can put inside the shelter and have the heat in there with me. Hub cap makes a nice fire base, doesn’t it?
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A lot of desperate situations, they started out by people having spent a cold night in a vehicle. Not so bad for me, I got my stacked food.
 
Energy bars or any high calorie foods, like candy are all great.
 
“My sleep bag, and I even got a candle. If I have to, I can always start the car, every once in a while just to heat up, once I keep the windows crack opened a bit because of the carbon monoxide. And also make sure that I keep the tailpipes clear off any snow. Well, the snow is getting deep, and the hour’s getting late. Let me see. Bottom of the sun, one, two, three hand widths. It’s about three hours. From what I can see, the spot down here, just follow over the tree might make a good shelter.
 
Let’s stop some good time to get some shelter for the night. Remember that hub cap from the truck? A key element of survival is staying calm and keeping focused on basic essentials. In cold temperatures, these are water, warm and shelter.
 
I’m not gonna knock this snow out of my way, because snow is a fantastic insulator. If you can use it to your advantage, then do so. It blocks out the winds and keeps in the heat.
 
Without an ax, look for dead wood it's easier to break. Les has a neat way to snap logs to size. Driving the branches into firm snow gives a quick and easy lean-to to keep the wind off. Another essential is kindling for a fire.
 
These branches are dead like this, for the beetles are beginning to attack the tree. Bad for the tree, but good for a  fire starter. The ability to make fire is everything when it comes to surviving the cold.
 
Les has some cotton wool and petroleum jelly. The cotton acts as a wick and the petroleum jelly as a fuel to make it a great fire starter. The cotton soaks up the petroleum jelly and burns just like a candle. One of the biggest problem that people have when it comes to getting a fire going is simple preparation. They want the fire too quickly; they get a little tiny flame. Then they throw on it, some big hunk of wood, it’s not gonna do. You got to break it down to tiny, tiny elements.start slow. I wanna a small fire that I can put inside the shelter and have the heat in there with me. Hub cap makes a nice fire base, doesn’t it?
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A lot of desperate situations, that started out by people having spent a cold night in a vehicle. Not so bad for me, I got my snack food.
 
Energy bars or any high calorie foods, like candy are all great.
 
“My sleeping bag, and I even got a candle. If I have to, I can always start the car, every once in a while just to heat up, once I keep the windows crack opened a bit because of the carbon monoxide. And also make sure that I keep the tailpipes clear off any snow. Well, the snow is getting deep, and the hour’s getting late. Let me see. Bottom of the sun, one, two, three hand widths. It’s about three hours. From what I can see, the spot down here, the fallen over tree might make a good shelter.
 
Les stops some good time to get some shelter for the night. Remember that hub cap from the truck? A key element of survival is staying calm and keeping focused on basic essentials. In cold temperatures, these are water, warm and shelter.
 
I’m not gonna knock this snow out of my way, because snow is a fantastic insulator. If you can use it to your advantage, then do so. It blocks out the winds and keeps in the heat.
 
Without an ax, look for dead wood it's easier to break. Les has a neat way to snap logs to size. Driving the branches into firm snow gives a quick and easy lean-to to keep the wind off. Another essential is kindling for a fire.
 
These branches are dead like this, for the beetles are beginning to attack the tree. Bad for the tree, but good for a  fire starter. The ability to make fire is everything when it comes to surviving the cold.
 
Les has some cotton wool and petroleum jelly. The cotton acts as a wick and the petroleum jelly as a fuel to make it a great fire starter. The cotton soaks up the petroleum jelly and burns just like a candle. One of the biggest problem that people have when it comes to getting a fire going is simple preparation. They want the fire too quickly; they get a little tiny flame. Then they throw on it, some big hunk of wood, it’s not gonna do. You got to break it down to tiny, tiny elements, start slowly. I wanna a small fire that I can put inside the shelter and have the heat in there with me. Hub cap makes a nice fire basin, doesn’t it?

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A lot of desperate situations, that started out by people having spent a cold night in a vehicle. Not so bad for me, I got my snack food.

 

Energy bars or any high calorie foods, like candy are all great.

 

“My sleeping bag, and I even got a candle. If I have to, I can always start the car, every once in a while just to heat up, once I keep the windows crack opened a bit because of the carbon monoxide. And also make sure that I keep the tailpipes clear off any snow. Well, the snow is getting deep, and the hour’s getting late. Let me see. Bottom of the sun, one, two, three hand widths. It’s about three hours. From what I can see, the spot down here, the fallen over tree might make a good shelter.

 

Les stops in some good time to get some shelter for the night. Remember that hub cap from the truck? A key element of survival is staying calm and keeping focused on basic essentials. In cold temperatures, these are water, warm and shelter.

 

I’m not gonna knock this snow out of my way, because snow is a fantastic insulator. If you can use it to your advantage, then do so. It blocks out the winds and keeps in the heat.

 

Without an ax, look for dead wood is easier to break. Les has a neat way to snap logs to size. Driving the branches into firm snow gives a quick and easy lean-to to keep the wind off. Another essential is kindling for a fire.

 

These branches are dead like this, for the beetles are beginning to attack the tree. Bad for the tree, but good for a fire starter. The ability to make fire is everything when it comes to surviving the cold.

 

Les has some cotton wool and petroleum jelly. The cotton acts as a wick and the petroleum jelly as a fuel to make it a great fire starter. The cotton soaks up the petroleum jelly and burns just like a candle. One of the biggest problems that people have when it comes to getting a fire going is simple preparation. They want the fire too quickly; they get a little tiny flame. Then they throw on it some big hunk of wood, it’s not gonna do. You got to break it down to tiny, tiny elements, start slowly. I wanna a small fire that I can put inside the shelter and have the heat in there with me. Hub cap makes a nice fire basin, doesn’t it?

 

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