Has anyone even tried lighting one of the waterproof matches? I haven't bought them in years. The ones I tried had a thick protective coating which almost made it impossible to strike a flame. I really think the only way I could light them was by lighting a standard match first...
I like to find big grubs and bite into them just like Bear does. :thumbsup:
I like his attitude, no bsing.
:thumbsup:It's a simple equation... if it walks, crawls, swims, or flies, the odds are in your favor that it's not only safe to eat, but that it will provide you with the nutrition and energy your body needs. If it sits there like... umm... like a plant, the odds are against you both for your own physical safety, and for nutritional content.
Exactly what my wife said the first time we watched the show. I think he was hiking through the desert at high noon or something stupid like that.Yeah no kidding
Like when he jumped into the river and used his backpack for "flotation" even though the fool was clearly wearing a PFD under his sweatshirt.
Good way to get some fool to kill himself there Bear
His show is a good lesson in how not to do stuff. Another one of my favorites was him running full bore through the woods with no light, Moron
I used to think road flares were really good to carry around for emergency fire starters. They are okay to use in dry areas but one fateful camping trip during a long down pour changed my mind. The flare itself never burned out but the flame wasn't hot enough to light wet or damp material. Makes sense since they don't burn asphalt, didn't think of that at the time.