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cody lundin yavapai College Q&A part one


yavapai College in Prescott Arizona 7:00 PM august 20th 2010 Cody lundin and a few sponsors including: yavapai search and rescue, heritage park zoological sanctuary, and sharlot hall museum put together a screening of the last episode in season one of dual survivor “bogged down”, during the commercials a raffle was done to give a few lucky individuals items such as a Cody lundin knife, poster autographed by him, as well as his book, and a water bottle. after the episode finished Cody lundin took the stage and answered some of the audiences questions after that he went outside for book signing and photographs. during our wait in line we had heard that “he will stay till everyone’s books has been signed.” and for those who didn’t have a book a flier was given out for Cody as well as his photographer and the illustrator to sign.

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bear grylls Ireland 2/5


bear grylls is in Ireland

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Bear grylls vs Les Stroud


you decide

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Les Stroud ~ Les Stroud ~ Ride On


this is a great song however i am unable to find it in audioswap. i do however own this CD and bought it from his website.

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Dual Survival – After The Storm (part 3)


PREVIOUS EPISODE www.youtube.com In a hurricane’s aftermath, Cody and Dave find their most valuable survival resources in the trash covering the beaches. But their journey to the Dominican Republic’s coast is filled with creatures that sting, and Dave ignores Cody’s advice about hunting the deadliest of them all. Discovery Channel Dual Survival Link dsc.discovery.com More About Dave Canterbury www.wildernessoutfittersarchery.com www.youtube.com www.facebook.com More About Cody Lundin www.codylundin.com www.youtube.com www.facebook.com FAIR USE NOTICE: This video may contain copyrighted material. Such material is made available for educational purposes only. This constitutes a ‘fair use’ of any such copyrighted material as provided for in Title 17 USC section 107 of the US Copyright Law. dual survival, dual survivor, dave canterbury, cody lundin, discovery channel, survival, bushcraft, Pathfinder School, Aboriginal Living Skills School, wildernessoutfitters, wilderness outfitters, Self Reliance, Primitive Skills, Primitive Living, Woodsmanship, Historical Woodslore,

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SurvivorMan (CanyonLand) Part 1


Survivorman is a Canadian-produced television program, broadcast in Canada on the Outdoor Life Network (OLN), and in the United States and internationally on The Discovery Channel and The Science Channel. The show has aired two complete seasons to date – 2004 and 2007 – with a third and final season currently under production and airing.[1] The title “Survivorman” refers to the host of the show, Canadian filmmaker and survival expert Les Stroud, who must use his skills to survive for seven days alone in remote locales with little or no food, water, and equipment. During the filming of each episode, Stroud is alone, and operates all the cameras himself. He is equipped with only his clothes, camera equipment (which he does not use for survival except in an emergency), his harmonica, a Leatherman multi-tool, and often “everyday items” relevant to the episode’s particular survival scenario. For safety purposes, Stroud carries an emergency satellite phone. In one episode, he has also been provided with a rifle for use only in defense against attacking polar bears. However, Stroud has claimed that while filming several episodes, there were times when his emergency phone did not work, leaving him totally alone.[2] Survivorman can be considered a sequel or spin-off to Stroud’s earlier project, Stranded, a five-part series that was shown on the Canadian Discovery Channel in 2001. Category: Entertainment

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Dual Survival Discovery Channel Commercial Cody Lundin


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Boiling and Pasteurizing with Plastic


Boiling water in a plastic bottle. Pasteurizing water using a Survival Resources “Aqua Pouch”. Aqua pouch available at bepreparedtosurvive.com .

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