The "Will to Survive" can also be considered the "Refusal to Give Up". Survival PLANNING is nothing more than realizing something could happen that would put you in a survival situation and, with that in mind, taking steps to increase your chances of survival. Thus, survival planning means preparation. Preparation means having survival items and knowing how to use them.
Combining military and scouting expertise, James has put together clear, concise modules to cover virtually every possibility that might arise to disrupt the natural order of your life. Every home should have this survival guide, and every family should drill on its information.
Uban & Wilderness Emergency Preparedness is James Hart's second self-published boo in this genre. Whether experienced or just learning bout the fun that can be had in the outdoors this book can get you started on exciting projects for camping and other outdoor activities from rappelling to canoeing, catching wild game to what plants to eat from nature. Simply written and illustrated makes this book easy to understand and remember for all ages, from 7 to 70 years old.
James Hart's comprehensive guide addresses the physical, mental, and emotional preparedness needed to get out of unexpected and difficult situations. Besides teaching general survival, James will teach you how to plan for: auto emergancies, home preparedness, natural or man made disasters, surviving as a victum, becoming physically fit easily no matter your current condition, and outdoor skills for the city bound in any environment.
The 31 sections in the book will teach you how to be prepared for any survival situation: (remember the first step is the preparation) stretching exercises, hiking skills weather, ropes, knots and lashings, fires, shelters, mapping, first aid, how to choose the best equipment making equipment yourself, how to forage for edible plants, which plants you can eat and what part of them to eat and how to prepare them. How to make snares and fish for food using non-traditional methods, how to track, trail and stalk animals and tell the signs they make, snowshoeing, canoeing, repelling and signaling for help, survival in the desert, ocean, tropics, arctic, auto emergencies, home preparedness, preparedness, and preparing for disasters on the home front.