Three days alone in the woods, no food, no shelter, no water

This is an good take on surviving in the wilderness. 

Kusk focused on the right things. He set up a good shelter with fire, then set traps to catch his dinner and made sure to store his food in a safe place far from camp.

All of that may seem like common sense, but it’s uncommon. You see story after story of people lost in the woods who travel way too far from where they started, searching for food or civilization.

Then they panic once the sun goes down, faced with two bad choices: keep traveling in the dark–not smart–or hunkering down for the night wherever they can. Which usually means substandard shelter and no fire.

Thank you, Kusk Bushcraft, for doing this video and showing why the basics matter so much.