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That's the same reason I stopped watching his videos. Especially once the war in Ukraine kicked off. Dude started with those clickbait titles like: "yOu'Ve GoT tHiRtY dAyS lEfT! bUy mY sTuFf nOw!"I liked watching Canadian Prepper’s videos for awhile, but then it seemed like every video started with, “you won’t believe what’s about to happen…”
He’s still got some good tips to pass on though in case there ever was some sort of apocalypse.
And, “I’vE goT aN iNsIdE soURce WhO ToLD mE…”That's the same reason I stopped watching his videos. Especially once the war in Ukraine kicked off. Dude started with those clickbait titles like: "yOu'Ve GoT tHiRtY dAyS lEfT! bUy mY sTuFf nOw!"
I find his older vids good though.
Forgot an important one to add to this: https://www.amazon.com/dp/177213007...olid=1ZLM3R22BAE07&psc=1&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_itI haven't recommended a book in awhile: https://www.amazon.com/dp/151076492...olid=1ZLM3R22BAE07&psc=1&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it
This is a great book to learn and practice from. The older one helped me learn to camp on my own in the woods. Sometimes for weeks on end. I imagine the updated version is even better.
Nothing quite like stepping into a fire ant mound, barefoot.Avoiding poison oak or ivy is important for most campers. And, keeping ants out of your food supply. Bread is EXTREMELY attractive to a lot of animals, and so is meat and anything sweet.
I was just thinking about wilderness ants, before I saw your post.Nothing quite like stepping into a fire ant mound, barefoot.
Also a joy to see black ants swarming your bag since a mouse chewed a small hole into it and now it's a feast for all.....
Oh man. When I was new to wild camping, I made the mistake of setting up a hammock. Not usually a big deal, right? Plus, the view was beautiful, overlooking a lake with a high cliff behind me. So, I laid on it and began eating, just enjoying the sights and sounds, the cool breeze etc. But then...ow, what was that? Something pinched my neck. Then another something. An another, an another. When I looked down, my chest had at least twenty big black ants crawling on it, all of them moving toward my shoulder to reach the bag of chips I stupidly opened.I was just thinking about wilderness ants, before I saw your post.
Anyone new to the wilderness and used to the tame little brown ants that can invade a house kitchen, are in for a shock! And to rodents, what's yours is theirs.
Ahahahaha.LOVED that glacier water in pools and streams! Swimming in it was an exhilarating, balls-freezing delight!