Getting lost can be a difficult and traumatizing experience. Most of the time you should stay calm and stay put, according to survival experts, especially if you know that others are looking for you or at least know generally where you ventured. 95% of all survival rescues take place in the first 72 hours.
However, if you know others don't know where you went and aren't looking for you, it might be best to navigate your way out.
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THAT”S HANDY TO KNOW WERE”S THE BATHROOM?
Learned this in Boy Scouts.
Very interesting, but I sure hope I never need to know it!
This isnt for every one. In officers training for the army they teach this and needless to say that a lot of them get lost. We dont all live or get lost on flat terrain, if you live in a hilly or mountainous area the suck is x10.
Learned how to tell time with shadows when I was 10,and I wasn’t in scouts