Solo: The Quest for Survival: Volume 11

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This Survival DVD will allow you to follow Ron Hood as he travels deep into the mountains of Idaho for a two-week test of his survival skills. During his adventure he is poisoned by bad food, attacked by a moose and finds that a forest fire has destroyed most of the small game and fish. To top it off the summer weather quickly became a two week winter storm. With less than a pound of food for the two weeks and only a blanket and a tarp for shelter in the subfreezing temperatures you will learn how even a planned survival test can quickly become the “Real thing”

SurvivalYou will learn about energy conservation, clothing insulation values, wilderness travel and priorities. You will see how to make a bone fish hook, Prepare “cowboy coffee”, hunt with a club, relieve tension and much much more.

This trip was the “real thing” and it’s a good thing that Hood follows his own advice to “Never Solo alone”. He gives instructions on how to prepare for such an experience and a great review of the 18 pound pack that served his needs during the 14 days of survival living.

Not only is this DVD filled with important survival skills it is a humorous and entertaining production. We think you will enjoy this DVD as you learn new skills and advanced techniques.

You'll watch Ron Hood search high and low for food in a devastated forest. Few edible plants, almost no small game and certainly no fish.

He accidentally eats a bad Morel mushroom and the crew pulls him from his solo for 24 hours. A good example of why you should "Never solo alone".

Finally some success. Watch as this fine tree rat becomes chow! 

It's not as if they didn't have enough trouble. A bull moose attacks Ron's camp.

Learn why cotton can kill you in a survival situation.

There really are "Big feet" in the mountains. Ron encounters one here.

Learn tricks for carrying your survival gear while saving weight. Here Ron shows you how to "Ladder lace" parachute cord for use as a belt.

Why is this 220 pound Mastiff jumping on Ron's hand? Why was he even there? Learn how to communicate with a pooch that misbehaves by trying to save your life... 

You'll also learn why "Journaling" is an important part of survival practice. Watch as Brian kills "Wilson". Radio Ray shows his crankshaft cooker and then teaches us the tomahawk moose dance! Learn to make a bone fish hook and Ron will show you some ways to carry your gear for "soloing". You will learn the essential gear that was carried. The sleeping and shelter module is a "Bed roll" consisting of a blanket and a tarp, there are many ways to roll it. As usual the team carried and tested a variety of blades. Learn all about them.

Believe it or not, I was so impressed with this series of videos that it was one of the reasons I started Being a former Marine and outdoors enthusiast, I greatly appreciate the excellent job Ron and Karen Hood do of sharing their vast knowledge of camping and survival skills. However, despite all that they teach in every video, I still find them to be very entertaining as well. These videos are so enjoyable that they make me long for Spring even before winter has started! Buy one and I guarantee you'll want to buy them all!

- Tom Sciacca President JHL Supply/

Ron and Karen Hood, the folks that make these high quality wilderness and urban survival videos really take their business seriously and do a lot more than make videos and play in the dirt. They also have a great forum dedicated to the same things. You can get tons of information about survival and preparedness here. Check it out of your serious about getting into survival and preparedness. Click here to see our whole line of wilderness and urban survival skills videos.

There is almost TWO HOURS of material in this astonishing video. When you get it just sit back with liquid refreshments and some popcorn... We think you'll come away knowing things ya never knew and loving the learning process