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The Complete Survival Shelters Handbook: A step-by-step guide to building life-saving structures for every climate and wilderness situation

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THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO BUILDING PROTECTION FROM THE ELEMENTS FOR BEGINNERS AND EXPERIENCED OUTDOOR ENTHUSIASTS ALIKE

You can survive a couple of weeks without food and a few days without water, but in some cases, you would be lucky to survive one night without shelter.

With structures ideally suited for any weather condition, this book presents emergency shelter designs built
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Paperback, 144 pages
Published November 10th 2015 by Ulysses Press
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Rena Sherwood
I once was homeless for just over five years. Most of that time was spent in a structure my boyfriend and I made called a "bender" because you had to bend live young tree trunks to make the frame of the dwelling. I picked this book up as a reference for a book I'm trying to write and am not going to use. Why? When I came to the bender-like structure Akkermans describes making, I blinked.

The dwelling he describes would blow away on the first stiff wind. (The frame poles are not braced with rocks.
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excellent. I particularly like that he mentions several details you don't commonly see mentioned in survival guides, good advice that you might not think of right away but that will serve you well.
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Born in the Netherlands, Anthonio studied wilderness skills from childhood. Still a youngster himself, Anthonio established a youth-group which allowed children and teenagers to come out into the woods and learn earth-living skills once a week. This youth-group gradually evolved into a school called Wild-Live, based in the United Kingdom.

From the early days, he traveled regularly to a number of st
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