1. First of all try to understand Mother Nature and its signs. Get rid of all your conventional knowledge, try to integrate and be one with the nature. Appreciate the views and make the best of it. Take it to another level like this survivalist who is admiring with an ORGASMIC pleasure this incredible double rainbow:
Yosemite, who is actually a rational funny guy explains himself. The moment when he shot that video couldn’t have been better. A very unlikely coincidence: he had just finished sending an e-mail saying that he felt like Noah when he saw the rainbow.
When I shot the double rainbow video I was alone in my house, I was not on drugs, and it was not a sexual experience. To me it looked like a giant eyeball. And I had just finished an e-mail saying how I felt like I was Noah, because of my organic farm and my green houses and my own well. It’s kinda like a self-sustaining there. It felt like an ark. It made me feel like Noah. And I had just sent an e-mail saying this. When I send the e-mail my hose filled with color. You also have to know that rainbows are coming to me with increasing frequency. And when I said what it means I’m questioning why these rainbows are coming to me…. I recognize that I was in the presence of God because I’ve just felt like I was Noah who was a prophet of God who saw a rainbow. So God visiting me right after I’ve said I was a prophet of God that’s why I’m questioning what does it mean …. It’s not me the one that I said that, it’s things that I say … it was flowing thru me, God was speaking true me…
2. Avoid sodas as they can only dehydrate you further and under no circumstances you should consider alcohol. This will only make you thirstier. Just take a look at this “dehydrated” guy struggling for his life:
3. Carefully choose your friends to hike with. You don’t want find yourself in a life threatening situation with nobody to count on. Always choose the ones with hiking experience. This is a good example:
You can see beautiful areas, especially in the hills and in the mountains, while you can also have fun with your friends as you sleep in a tent.
4. Always take your back pack with you. No I didn’t misspell it. That’s right, two words: “back pack”. If you are really exhausted let some of your back pack carry some of your backpack. This will ease your hiking a little bit:
5. While climbing on the highest and dangerous cliffs remember not to lose focus. Climbing can be very risky. Always be in control. This man hesitated for a little bit and had a near death experience. Fortunately he survived but he will not be the same man ever again:
Remember: you can always use your belly as a shock absorber!
Although it’s not related to prepping I had a lot of fun writing this article. Hope you liked it!