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Dual Survival – Split Up (Part 5)

Our survival duo take on a nightmarish scenario: stranded, miles apart, in Arizona. Their mission: trek through the tough terrain to find each other and then together make their way to civilization. Dave begins his journey at 8000 feet above sea level in the Ponderosa Pine forest, where trees block his view at every turn. With no compass and barely a view of the sun, Dave must find his way back to his partner — but not before night and its freezing temperatures hit. Further south, Cody sets out in a totally different ecosystem: the high desert scrub country that he calls home. Cody readies for long-term survival, using his extensive desert survival knowledge to find water, build fire, and construct a variety of signals to help Dave find him. More About Dave Canterbury www.wildernessoutfittersarcher… http More About Cody Lundin 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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One Response to “Dual Survival – Split Up (Part 5)”

  1. branni79 says:

    Huge respect to dave c for showing his friction fire lighting skills need some work, and for showing the wounds gained from trying, for everyone to see. I have nothing but admiration for you for those two things alone. How satisfying that you got fire in the end with holes in your hands. Top man and so is cody. Please make a second series guys as you are the perfect honest and humble team to show folks the reality of survival.


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