The Wet Weather, Stump Kickers..


It’s raining, it’s pouring

The old men were snoring,

The boys went to bed,

Laid down their heads,

To waken in the morning

To more rain…

high winds…

and dropping temps…

Congrats to the inaugural crew of the “Family” Survival 101 class, that faced wet weather challenges like no other class before them.

Teamwork, communication, and skill allowed them to source natural tinder and kindling during the showers and hone their firestarting skills, preparing them for the final scenarios.

Stump kickin’,  Summers clan style..


The Magli clan claims victory over the wet wood, mud puddle firestarting challenge..


Chief of the Birdwell clan directs his own medical treatment and rescue..


Confident in your family’s ability to handle a wilderness emergency?

If the answer is no, then our family program is the answer.

Email about future “family” classes.


4 thoughts on “The Wet Weather, Stump Kickers..

  1. Boyce Magli

    Andrew, Cooper and Luke had a blast and I was amazed at how much Luke learned. I had so much fun listening to him tell me all about the experience. Best wishes to you and your family for a joyous Christmas and healthy and happy new year. Please stop by the next time you are in the area.

    Boyce C. Magli, CCIM 301 Public Square PO Box 448 Franklin, TN 37065 Office: 615-794-5484

  2. SAM

    I have been reading your whistle tests and fond them very helpful, but did you ever say how to make the Mors Kochanski Tin Whistle? you say that you will in
    The rest are:
    If I have missed any I hope some one will tell me.


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