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The Wilderness Survivor, Issue #010 - Aron Ralston
February 02, 2005
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Table of contents

- Editor's Notes
- The amazing wilderness survival story of Aron Ralston
- Content has been updated
- Share your tips and experience

Editor's Notes

Hello ,

Hope everything is well with you and that you are ready for a new issue of the Wilderness Survivor. Please, take a couple of minutes out from your busy schedule and read what happen to Aron Ralston. Itís one of the most remarkable wilderness survival story you can ever read.

Enjoy your reading!

Have a safe and fun wilderness trip - Respect and protect the wilderness !

Don't forget that wilderness survival skills and learning is a powerful and exhilarating experience.

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Your next wilderness adventure travel will give you even more enjoyment because of your greater knowledge.

The amazing wilderness survival story of Aron Ralston

An unexpected wilderness survival situation could possibly happen to anyone, anywhere. You as a human being has the potential to overcome many challenges and beat incredible odds. Survival is taking any given circumstance and trying to improve it, while sustaining your life until you can get out of the situation.


A positive mental attitude are much more important than physical skills in wilderness survival situations. You have to be able to force yourself to do the things that you need to do to survive. Your brain and your ability to remain calm and not to panic is your most important wilderness survival skill.

To adapt is to live

When a survival situation happens the individual faces many stresses that ultimately impact on his mind. Without a desire to survive, acquired wilderness survival skills serve little purpose. Read what happen to Aron Ralston , an experienced mountain climber, and you will understand why the will to survive is so crucial.

Content has been updated

New more good content have been added to the Wilderness Survival Skills website the last couples of week:

Survival knife for wilderness adventures.

Share your tips and experience!

I will add a completely new page and you, my reader, is to be the author. Share your wilderness survival tips or just your experience from one of your trips. Add pictures. Write a long or short story. Itís your choice.

If itís more then 150 words I will put your content on a single page. It will look like:Ēmy hiking trip Ē

Do what you love and enjoy

Do what I did!

Create a website with a theme of your choice and with a lot of visitors.....

"Why build JUST a Web site...when you COULD build a Web BUSINESS?"

Any feedback ? Let me have it, right between the eyes ! I'd love to hear from you. Just reply to this e-zine and tell me what you think.

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Written by Erik C. Falk


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