Every season as we, my hubs and friends, watch the beginning of Survivor we are all astounded as to why some of these people don't have a clue as to how to do some basic survival things.
I have always thought if I applied and got even remotely past a first interview I would be doing all I could to find out how to do some things on an island.
Make fire, practice with wet and dry conditions. Look up on the internet and see different kind of shelter building techniques.
How about cooking different things, can't these people make it a little interesting.
Also, I always get one of those travel type catalogs in the mail for the outdoors type. These catalogs have clothes with bug repellent built in that lasts for at least 20 washings or something. A warm type pullover that also converts into something else. Bunches of stuff. I just think I would make better use of what I was allowed to bring.
Has anyone else thought of this? Does anyone know of some rules that forbid such clothing or practice?
What specific things would you do to prepare to be a contestant on Survivor?