169+ Mountain Man Survival Tricks!
my name is joseph a. laydon jr. some of the baddest men to ever walk this earth are mountain men. these very brave men adventured into virgin wilderness territories. men like kit carson, daniel boone, jim beckwourth, john colter, jedediah smith, joseph k. meek, hugh glass, jim baker, samuel houston, james o. pattie, bill williams,... Learn from these men so you're ready anytime anywhere. More
my name is joseph a. laydon jr. and stay with me through this description cause whether you get this e-book or not, i’m here to help you out. so at the end of this description, i'll give you one of these “169+ mountain man survival tricks” so you’re ready anytime anywhere!! fair enough! ok then.
some of the baddest men to ever walk this earth are mountain men. these very brave men adventured into virgin wilderness territories with not only the full wrath of mother nature and all she possesses against them but native american indians – survival experts in their own right – who were out to capture them and kill them. some indian tribes were experts at a slow tortuous kill. mountain men in their own right were true survival experts and here’s a partial list of the mountain men, their survival tricks and associated survival facts.
19+ lewis & clark expedition, kit carson, daniel boone, jim beckwourth, mountain man camp, samuel houston, davy crockett, bear fighting, bowie knife, mountain man cooking, art of suffering, walker expedition, digger indians, jedediah smith, secret mountain man caches, jim baker, bear’s kill spot, indian fighter, tom fitzpatrick, bill williams, invisible mountain men, hugh glass, mountain man fire-starting, james o. pattie, mountain man torch, desert survival, samuel hearne, moose fighting, fighting blasting cold, moses harris, hearne fire-starting, indian wisdom, deer parts, alexander mackenzie, mackenzie fire-starting, nowlin’s fish stunner, russell’s wound concoction, russell’s fire-starting, sage’s cottowood bark food, sage’s bear food, sage’s prickly pear dessert, sage’s ant food, joseph k. meek, horse snakebite remedy, human snakebite remedy, buffalo chip stoves, george drouillard, john colter, rattlesnake concoction, bear grease, decoy buffalo, salt collecting, healthy starvation food, mosquito repellent, injun ways, water finding, blackfeet indians, deer hunting, animal awareness, marksmanship is life, skunk vittles, hypothermia fighting, charcoal poultice, creek indians, sparking trees, twig navigation, law of the wilderness,…
ok, here’s a mountain man survival trick i want to give you for staying with me – thank you.
important note: the art of suffering is like being weathered. being able to tolerate severe miserable weather (using no comfort items) where most would give-up or die in place. the art of suffering isn’t learned overnight. it takes years. special ops soldiers are forced to learn the art of suffering. and some well-seasoned hunters eventually learn the art of suffering. once you learn the art of suffering it will stay with you forever. ok, here's a little story about the famous shoshone indian - sacajawea.
art of suffering: sacajawea (shoshone indian) was no doubt instrumental in the success of the lewis and clark expedition. first of all the expedition, encountered approximately 50 indian tribes. sacajawea probably saved their lives because the expedition was not thought of as a war party because sacajawea - a woman was part of the expedition and women aren't part of war parties.
and second, sacajawea was no sissy. on the expedition she was toting her baby. she walked hundreds and hundreds of miles, braved severe weather, and never complained. and on top of all of this, throughout the entire expedition, she always sought food for the expedition members, gave life-saving advice, and safely guided the expedition. sacajawea, an expert in the art of suffering, has gone down in history as a world class survivor and deserves more recognition for her efforts in the success of the lewis and clark expedition.
and now you’re one of the very few who know about the art of suffering and there are “169+ mountain man survival tricks” waiting for you so get this kindle book now.