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Long Walk
23 June, 2020

Long Walk

Primitive Long-Range Movement in Remote Locations (Lecture)

No Culture in time has ever not moved from location to location. Specifically, cultures possessed seasonal foraging and hunting grounds offering different opportunities for long range thrive. Different gatherings, ceremonies, or religious practices required movement. What happens when you need to move over great distances to hunt for wild game, forage for ideal wild edibles or need to walk yourself out of a real survival situation. What do you take? How do you prepare both mentally and physically? How do you prioritize your actions? Learn and discuss the best methods and applications for primitive long-range movements in remote locations.

This is what we gonna do:

Discuss basic packing lists and essentials

Physical Requirements needed

Long Range Movement Psychology

Establish Tribe/Group Think-Efforts

7 may 2021 at 9:30 am
8 may 2021 at 9:30 am

Duration: This Lecture will last 3 hours

Take the following with you:

Note Taking Material

About The Speaker

Donny started in wilderness survival and primitive skills at an early age. Donny grew up fishing, hiking, exploring the unique environments he found himself living in. Because of a natural curiosity of the real world around him, Donny spent all his time in the wild spaces that surrounded him. He was constantly building shelters, gathering, crafting primitive weaponry and just experimenting with his natural surroundings. There wasn’t a time where Donny was not curious about how to live in the wilds. Read more >

Sessions by Donny Dust

4 may 2021 – MASTERCLASS

5 may 2021 – MASTERCLASS
7 may 2021 – Key Note Lecture

8 may 2021 – Key Note Lecture