I've got to find a way to get a drink of water out of that stream. Luckily, I found the only piece of obsidian in 400 miles, which I can use to cut down this tree and carve a cup out of the wood. By using this abandoned water hose I found laying nearby, I can wade into the stream and siphon water into the cup.
I have used my Bic lighter to light the way so I could find some pieces of flint to spark a small fire so I could light my Coleman lantern so I could find some firewood to make a fire.
Worked quite nicely.
When hunting whitetails there are many different languages being spoken afield that I key on when outdoors. All these little creatures living around whitetails have something to tell us if we are willing to listen.
My favorite tattletales of the outdoors are a handful of little birds that live in my state of Ohio. Maybe yours too. A tip for the upcoming season.
There are Blue Jays, Cardinals, Chickadees, Killdeer, and Sparrows that all have language...