Posted by Travis on January 23, 2014
If you are ever caught in a survival situation you can follow a simple rule that will help you prioritize your decision making process so you can focus on what is most important to survive in an emergency situation.
I have seen it written a couple of different ways and heard it referenced by survival experts like Bear Grylls.
Really the point of this is to give you a simple list of what is most important should you be lost out in the wilderness or outdoors. Many people might focus on food before thinking about shelter or water. As noted above, I don’t know that I agree with only three hours of shelter, however, I do agree with the placement of it.
I hope you find this as a good starting point for survival. Just remember that the best survival tool you have is “Your Head”! Stay sharp and determined. However, feel free to check out MuddCreek.com for great Survival and Emergency Gear.
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