Monday, April 22, 2013

My blog.. some future changes

Because of the recent changes in my life I do not have the oppurtunity to spend endless amounts of time on the internet like I used to before. When to folks I'm staying with are away I find the time to borrow their laptop and work on my blog. Because of this I will, from now on only write about my future journey.
So no more tutorials and no more information on bushcraft or primitive/wilderness living.. I just simply cannot find the time to do that. On the other hand, whenever I find the time to go online it will be spend either on this blog or to gain more info on wilderness living.. knowledge is power and this knowledge may save lives.

I will also be updating the List of items I will be bringing with me once again. since many items on the list are still at my girlfriends home such as the famed hobo cooking set.. tough luck.. perhaps I find the time to make a new one, but time is running short.

Goodbye for now. Remember.. if anyone has advice, tips or anything else, feel free to post a comment ;)


  1. I just wanted to share something with you real quick;

    Believe it or not, an actual convention sort of thing about living in the wild. I will most likely be going to one of these, maybe you should check them out!

    1. Thank you, I checked it out and it does sound very interesting. I'm not to sure if any of those events is nearby since I don't have a car and have been more or less lived without money lately. But it is good to see that there are still many people, even in Holland, who wish to learn and teach the essential skills of wilderness survival ;)

  2. I want your advice , I am 18 and i feel like living in the wild , i am just so sick of this society. Is it to early for me ?

    1. Hi there
      That's a very short question that demands a long answer..

      First of all I would never advice anyone to do what I am going to do.. heading into the wilderness for possibly the rest of my live. But would I advice others to give it a try just to see what it's like to live off the land and be one with nature? All the time..
      On the other hand if you want to live in the wild just because you are sick of society it's gonna be hell. but if that feeling is combined with a love for the outdoors and wildlife, with the need to live independently and self-reliant then it's going to be paradise..
      If it's to early for you or not depends on how much knowledge you have gained about wilderness living skills.. your actual age is less important (imho). I have said it many times before.. If you know nothing about how to survive in those conditions then take the time to learn all you can for a while and study (edible plants, hunting/fishing techniques, tool making etcetera) on a daily basis.
      Rushing things equals suicide.
      Take care ;)

  3. Thank you for your reply. I have to tell you I have no idea how to survive and live in the wild but , I can tell you that since I was a kid I loved nature. I wanted to be an environmentalist, but the truth is everyday I feel like I am getting choked up in a world of lies and contempt and hate. I live in a place surrounded by walls and buildings with polluted air and I just feel like running away getting free. But i guess you are right , I will finish my college and in the mean time learn all I can about surviving in the wild and then leave this sick society. Even if I die in the wild I will die a happy man.

    1. Sounds to me like a great story and similair like mine.
      And I feel like that aswell, Even if I die out there in a few months at least I can say that I've realy lived. ;)