How to survive in the woods for a month
Tucker Lake Chronicle, Thirteen Months in the North Woods by Joan CrosbyFifty years ago, Joan Crosby and her husband, Dick, moved from the Minneapolis suburbs to spend the winter on the outskirts of the BWCAW in a primitive one-room cabin without road access or modern conveniences. She baked pies in a Dutch oven well Dick kept the woodpile topped up. They heard the wolves howl and the loons call, watchef the seasons change, entertained occasional visitors-invited or not-and made periodic trips across two laked and a connecting portage to their vehicle, then on into Grand Marais to do laundry and replenish supplies.
They also blazed a trail through the woods to the road in anticipation of those difficult weeks when the lakes would be half frozen, hence impassable. Dick added a room to the structure, doubling in size but they dropped the idea of erecting walls around the privy. Why bother? The arrival of a new stove revolutionized their meals. Visits to new found friends at nearby lodges and wildlife adventures stirred up by their malamute Nookie, punctuated days that were more often filled with household chores, wood cutting, and pine scented Lakeside reversal they also blazed a trail through the woods to the road in anticipation of those difficult weeks when the lakes would be half frozen, hence impassable. Dick added a room to the structure, doubling in size but they drop the idea of her acting walls around the privy. Why bother, the arrival of a new stove revolutionized their meals. Visits to new found friends at nearby lodges and wildlife adventures stirred up by their malamute, Nooky, punctuated days that were more often filled with household chores, wood cutting, and pine scented lakeside reveries.
It was a good life. But when the money began to run low, they realize the time had come to make some difficult decisions about what form their future would take.
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If you want to know how to survive in the woods or wilderness, then the first thing you need to know is this: always be prepared. Keep a car emergency kit in your vehicle in case you break down on remote road. Keep a bug out bag packed in case you need to flee. Take the case of Autumn Veatch, the teenager who survived a plane crash and then days in the wilderness — despite having no supplies and being injured. You could go for a hike, fall into a river, and have all of your gear wash away.
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