Top 10 things I learned from being on ' ALONE ' on the History Channel

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Diana Mazzullo
Diana Mazzullo 2 yıl önce
You and Brooke should have your own reality show. I love watching you guys. So fun.
Daniel Todd
Daniel Todd 8 aylar önce
Diana, you're watching their reality show here on youtube. And their show is actually reality, not like all of those shows on Discovery and such. My wife's uncle is a producer for the Discovery channel. He's told us stories of all the manufactured drama on those shows. They're not reality, this is. Cheers.
Roland Welker
Roland Welker Yıl önce
@Bushradical Great Channel. We all have our ALONE stories to share 👍
Diana Mazzullo
Diana Mazzullo 2 yıl önce
Fingers crossed.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks...maybe someday
Remotely Tim
Remotely Tim 2 yıl önce
Great video Dave, solid advice. I've always wondered why, given the catastrophic nature of your shelter burning, folks on Alone didn't build a second shelter in a location nearby for just such an emergency. I watch a documentary about a guy living in the Artic Circle in Alaska. He has a great home he'd build AND a backup shelter. He told the videographer/journalist that the backup shelter was a live or die necessity when no one else is around. If his home burned down he could survive the situation with another place to keep warm and dry.
Bushradical
Bushradical Yıl önce
Interesting concept , I hadnt thought of it before
Kimberley Davis
Kimberley Davis Yıl önce
Just finished watching your Alone ordeal... You guys were amazing! You built a decent house, you didn't wanna kill each other, you suffered starvation, I cried when you made that hike and finally found Brooke. You are both a huge inspiration to get out there and challenge yourself. I'm glad you both made it home for Christmas too, bet your kids were so happy to see you!
Over On The Wild Side
Over On The Wild Side 10 aylar önce
I just gotta say, these guys that hiked the 10 miles earned my respect big time. It’s one thing to camp out in one spot and a whole different thing to have to hike an unprepared path on limited food and have it end with a continued survival scenario.
Billie Goodman
Billie Goodman Yıl önce
I love how Dave respects his wife. That’s a good good thing.
T.S. WARD
T.S. WARD 10 aylar önce
@GM 4 LIFE THAT is how it should be. I have great respect for you.
GM 4 LIFE
GM 4 LIFE 10 aylar önce
We all must respect our girls, and wives, they are so precious and critical to a happy wholesome life and a great help, and psychologically soothing... GOD BLESS OUR WOMEN, WE MUST PROTECT AND PROVIDE A SAFE AND SECURE PLACE FOR THEM AND KEEP THEM HAPPY, LOVE THEM,AND TREAT THEM WITH RESPECT NO MATTER WHAT, NEVER ABUSE, PHYSICALLY,VERBALLY,OR MENTALLY.. AND THEY WILL LOVE YOU FOREVER! CHEERS🍻 TO ALL THE GREAT WOMEN OUT THERE, WE LOVE YOU !🥰🥰🥰😘😘😘💗💗💗👙👠💄💅👫😎
GM 4 LIFE
GM 4 LIFE 10 aylar önce
@T.S. WARD and i adore women...😘👍💪😎
GM 4 LIFE
GM 4 LIFE 10 aylar önce
Is there any other way?
T.S. WARD
T.S. WARD Yıl önce
@bali song 🥰😇😂
Pear
Pear Yıl önce
i didn't recognize you guys to begin with, and I was like, "gosh, why are they so familiar?" the whole time, haha. On the show, i was really a fan of how you guys were making so much progress. A lot of them were very competent people, but in my personal opinion I think you guys were the most diligent of them all. The constant positive reinforcement to get the spirit up the whole time was something that deeply inspired me. Its not easy what you guys did out there and I seriously respect that. Along with Zachary Fowler from season 3, you guys were the favorite contestants I've seen on the show. Its great to see you guys again here and I sincerely hope to see a lot more of you guys!
Harold Milroy
Harold Milroy 8 aylar önce
Awesome advice Dave. I hit the bush almost always alone and you're spot on when you speak of pace. If you don't slow down when you're out there, its only a matter of time. Theoretically, I agree with you on suffering but as I've never came close to that level of discomfort - all I can is speculate. I respect anyone who's gone through what you have.
Tina R
Tina R 8 aylar önce
My grandmother told me about the hot rocks. She said that when she was a child, ( 1920's and 1930's) her mom used to warm up the rocks at night and then wrap them and put them at the foot of the bed for the kids. I mean 4 or 5 kids slept in same bed and then had the rocks to add warmth and survival for all in the household. That is how the people survived in the up state NY region during the Winter.
Jack Azz
Jack Azz 5 aylar önce
Hi Dave. I thoroughly enjoy your channel. I just finished watching your participation on Alone and my only question is were you and Brooke allowed to hunt mammals? Can't help thinking you guys would have won with your skills.
Crazy Critter Lady
Crazy Critter Lady 2 yıl önce
I came across you guys on Alone on Hulu by accident I was binge watching Alone from the start and one day there you guys were, I was so sure you'd win with all your experience, the 2 of you have under your belts. I understand why you didn't, still it would of been kool. I was already subscribed to both your channels by then so it was a wonderful suprise it watch you guys. Thanks for the life lessons you've taught, on utube, on alone and in real life. Much love from SoCal.💟
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks CCL!
Papa Jeff
Papa Jeff Yıl önce
All of your lessons learned are good. I am an old man and have been all over the world camping, literally, with the U.S. Army. I have multiple post graduate degrees. You mentioned the TWO most important lessons learned: adaptation and learning to suffer, the two that most U.S. citizens desperately need to learn. Of all the lessons you mentioned, being able to adapt known skills and stretch the range of what one can live with, these are the TWO. Humans quit and die because they are victims of comfort. A school that included these would be more telling than a college degree. Texas
TONY GENESEO
TONY GENESEO 2 yıl önce
Great video Dave ! Such incredibly useful information and insight. ! Got lost once as kid w my younger brother and sister. Mightve been 10. Maybe a little younger. Slow your pace and relax was what I learned from that experience. Quickening up pace ... running to ... safety. Away.... from harm maybe. Slow down look around. Getting hurt is not gonna get u to safety faster. All turned out good. Small woods. Roads in any direction but damn that pucker factor and 2 siblings in tow. Thanks for sharing your insights !!
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks for sharing your story Tony
otahu Rice
otahu Rice 2 yıl önce
Love all the things this man said... All things MY grand parents taught us as kids here on the bay of fundy. Speed does kills. 50 to 100 meters an hour is how they taught us to hike. Never had a compass..Compass's tend to get you lost due to the rocks in our area... and it's thicker then Vancouver believe that or not. Foggy. Hilly and Lots of rain also. Most snow in Canada on the ground in season. Joys of no forest that is older then 100 years. Everything is almost a managed plantation here also. So lot of thick brush thats 8 to 10 feet tall.. easy to get lost and stumble on yourself.
Steve Nau
Steve Nau Yıl önce
I totally forgot/didn't connect the fact you and Brooke were on alone. I've been watching your channel for a long time and until this episode...didn't even realize it. Hahahahaha. Well you two were awesome on alone but your TRpost channel is so much better than alone. Thanks for all you two do for the TRpost community.
Susan B
Susan B Yıl önce
This video was outstanding, Dave. I just found Brooke's channel recently and then yours. I'm determined to watch every video of each of you. I'm petrified, but I'm getting ready to go solo camping this summer. And it's all because of you and Brooke. Such an inspiration you are! I just binge-watched Alone and Brooke on Season 5. Now I'm starting Season 4 with you guys. Can't wait. ❤🌿⛺🌱🔥✨🐕
Bushradical
Bushradical Yıl önce
Welcome aboard!
Dylan
Dylan 8 aylar önce
I had know idea you were on a show. I found your stuff from watching you build a small cabin by yourself. I’m gonna be hooked now that I know you got a bunch more content. Thanks man for the knowledge ✌️
Tomindy46203
Tomindy46203 2 yıl önce
Dave, when I was watching season four and after several episodes I was wondering why they made you walk 40 miles or longer to get to your partner. I was used to making three miles an hour while just walking. I could understand maybe a 50% reduction in orienteering with a compass. Your post today said it was only about ten miles. The terrain was challenging and I'm pretty sure with bad knees at 66 I would have been toast. Now I understand why some took a week to get to their camp site.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
The terrain was close to impossible, but there was also a 70 lb pack and rain. I think production thought it would be about 4 days and make for a lot of interesting footage but in reality it was a horrible slog that took forever and was VERY hard to film during. Who wants to take out there camera to film more brush and rain....? you just want it to be over. Just keep moving
Ryan Mounce
Ryan Mounce 2 yıl önce
The earliest hiker made it to camp on day 8. Most made it on day 9 and I think the last one was day 10. A little more than a mile a day. Thats some rough terrain!
Gordon Fleming
Gordon Fleming 2 yıl önce
Always enjoy watching your videos and listening to your insight, your knowledge, experiences and skills that you share with us are invaluable to all walks of life, brilliant as always Dave, till next time may you and Brooke remain safe and stay well :)
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks Gordon. Always good to hear from you brother.
Ty S
Ty S 7 aylar önce
Thanks for sharing this was very interesting. There is a great book I read recently that supports what you are saying about suffering. It's called The Comfort Crisis, it is a really interesting read that ties science and personal experience together.
Organic Living
Organic Living 2 yıl önce
This is all such great information!!! I’ve been binge watching you and Brookes videos and LOVE them! I actually have her sourdough starter in the works now lol, cause I want some fry bread on the fire! Yum! I will try the tips you have shared as I continue my outdoor adventures! It doesn’t get too cold where I’m at, but when it cools off I will be trying the hot rocks! GREAT tips as always-thanks Dave!!
Bushradical
Bushradical Yıl önce
thanks
Drew A
Drew A Yıl önce
i love all your videos dave, you're just so enjoyable to watch. so thank you for being here
Bushradical
Bushradical Yıl önce
So nice of you
Robert Grant
Robert Grant 2 yıl önce
Awesome video, thanks for these tips. I did notice something that freaked me out in your video. Speaking of being alone, you were definitely not alone in this video. Go back and watch the video and you will see dark areas, black indifferent areas behind you to the right and left and at one time directly behind you beside a tree. I thought it was all Maybe underbrush or logs, until they moved to different areas as you counted down. At one time I think it was at number five or six directly behind you there is a face that looks like a wolf poking out around a tree. If you don't believe me that's okay, but go back and check out what I'm saying, and you can see for yourself. Freaky, weird! Be safe and God bless.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
It might have been my dog
My Mai
My Mai 2 yıl önce
Could you list some time stamps please? Thanks
Alan Call
Alan Call 2 yıl önce
Love the content Keep them coming Dave we all love story time Awesome advice
Bushradical
Bushradical Yıl önce
Thanks! Will do!
VanishingNomad
VanishingNomad Yıl önce
Preach it Brother! I am reviewing this video again. I have to say, you are so right about going slow! I have been preaching this for as long as I can remember. This is especially important now that I am older, and I just dont have the knees that I used to have. A lot of times, its actually better to get down on all fours, and crawl over obstacles, rather than try and jump them or clear them in an upright position. You learn to enjoy all modes of locomotion.
Bushradical
Bushradical Yıl önce
Well said!
Shawn R
Shawn R 2 yıl önce
Good stuff. A few notes about compasses. Good map reading and orienteering skills are also a must. The Earth's magnetic north pole moves around up to 75 miles a year. Currently the magnetic pole has moved to an area that it has not been in many years. Check the age of your map before using. If it is an older map the magnetic deviation may be outdated. The USGS is a good source for updated information. In areas where there is a high concentration of iron ore. Compasses can point in strange directions. Areas in the Pacific Northwest along the Ring of Fire are interesting places.
Kathleen Lairscey
Kathleen Lairscey Yıl önce
Thanks for sharing, you have a great ability to share your experiences. Story tellers are teachers.
9252 LIFE
9252 LIFE 2 yıl önce
Great video! I love getting the inside scoop of the more mental aspect of the show. Gives me more of a walk in your shoes than just watching the show.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Right on. Its a wild ride to film that show
Rusty Shackleford
Rusty Shackleford Yıl önce
Crazy how once Alone moved to Great Slave, the separation of competitor comfort changed ten fold.
Charles Brightman
Charles Brightman 2 yıl önce
Consider the following: Shelter fires. a. Build a shelter basically out of Christmas trees that eventually dry out and catch fire quicker. b. Dig a fox hole type shelter with a Dakota type fireplace. Less apt to catch fire. (And slanted roof over fox hole to direct and collect water in a water collection area).
JHAYKHAY25
JHAYKHAY25 Yıl önce
Yes, No#6. Grew up in one place where if you broke something it might take 6 months to replace it and garage sales/second hand were king so your gear was often knocked about already. Another place there was unlikely to be any replacement so there was the added hazard of nearly everything you had was worth stealing. Still treat even cheaper items like they are made of gold and everything is put away "incase it's useful another time", it's difficult not to go into hoarder mode in a time when it's easy to replace most things but no one knows if this situation will last.
Tim Woods
Tim Woods 2 yıl önce
Another great vlog Dave. I asked Brooke on her last one how long the rocks stay warm and she replied, quite awhile lol. I really enjoy hearing you explain things down to layman terms. Stay Radical bro!
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks Tim.....as for the rocks ...if its 50 degrees out they should last all night.....down around freezing there were several times we would go to sleep at 8pm.....then wake up at about 3 AM and re-heat the rocks as they were cold.... the colder it gets the quicker they loose heat, but they are AMAZING for a few hours
Pirate Stacker
Pirate Stacker Yıl önce
Awesome to hear about your time on the show! Very cool man, big fan, just found your channel, love the info!
KL Morris
KL Morris 2 yıl önce
I just watched season 7 finally , then I flipped on TRpost and found this latest video of yours. I am glad you and your family are doing well. I enjoy your content very much and the Girl in the Woods.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks!!!
Farrah Tittle
Farrah Tittle Yıl önce
Gosh, I didn't realize you were on that show. I love the show, but somehow I didn't put it together, even though I've watched your YT channel for years. Now I'm going to have to check out that season more closely. I truly enjoy your videos, and I've learned a lot from you. Best wishes to you, Brook, and your family. I look forward to watching your videos to come.
New Life
New Life 9 aylar önce
"Learning how to be miserable and happy at the same time" 🤔 Isn't that where insanity comes from? Lol Great video Dave, thank you 👍
Yvette Noel
Yvette Noel 2 yıl önce
Thanks Dave for sharing these 10 interesting and educational tips. ALONE is my favorite show on TV. Somehow I missed watching season 7 since I did not know it was on. Would you know of a link that I could watch all of the episodes of season 7? Thank you for your positivity in life.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
I dont...sorry. I havent seen it myself
Steve Swanson
Steve Swanson 8 aylar önce
You nailed this. So much about grit and fortitude! A great personal leadership message embedded here, in my opinion. Well said.
Mr. Fisher
Mr. Fisher 2 yıl önce
This is awesome - I'm watching this video and watching the finale of Alone season 7 at the same time!!!! Go Roland!!! I still remember that awesome shelter that you and Brooke built on season 4 - Excellent shelter. Take care.
Bushradical
Bushradical Yıl önce
thanks
MrRDF
MrRDF 2 yıl önce
Dave, terrific tips. I've been solo camping for 60 + years, and I learn something new about myself, and about bush craft every time I go out. I also seem to learn something with every one of you and wife's videos. Thank you. Camping is a never-ending "life university" course...what wonderful gifts/grace we receive.
Bushradical
Bushradical Yıl önce
Well said. Thanks
Little Adventures
Little Adventures Yıl önce
While I do have internet, I haven't watched TV in about 15 years. My wife turned me on to Alone and oh man! This is right up my alley. I feel I might be too old at this point to participate in something like this though. I have really enjoyed your videos on the subject.
Whispering Eagle Landers
Whispering Eagle Landers 2 yıl önce
This was really interesting, Dave. Thank you😃
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Glad you enjoyed it!
Marcus Nilsson
Marcus Nilsson 2 yıl önce
Thank you for this video. I followed you guys when you were on the show, its great hearing you speak about your experience.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Our pleasure!
JEFF ALLEN ~ OFF THE GRIDIRON
JEFF ALLEN ~ OFF THE GRIDIRON 2 yıl önce
Dave. Another great one full of excellent tips. Will take that into account for my next application... Lol. Embracing the suck and being able to improvise, adapt, overcome have been some of my personal mantras albiet not having a military background. Just figuring out what to do rather than textbook skills is my strongest trait indeed when it comes to 'bushcraft' and survival. Cheers lad.
Bushradical
Bushradical Yıl önce
Thanks Jeff.
SUF
SUF Yıl önce
this summer i was using a compass in central ontario during a pretty stormy week and i ran into the same compass problems. I also managed to keep my jeans , wool sweater and sleeping bag wet. I was on a canoe trip and it was so great after a wet slog threw swamps and muddy portages to jump in the lake dry off and put on new clothes.
cillaloves2fish
cillaloves2fish 2 yıl önce
Awesome tips u learned n shared with us Dave! Thank you! My favorite tip was the modified fishing hacks!!
Bushradical
Bushradical Yıl önce
Glad you enjoyed it
MrsKojak
MrsKojak 2 yıl önce
I am 60 years old and Alone is my favorite show to watch. I think I have learned more from this video then all my years of watching. Thanks for sharing. I wouldn't mind seeing the both of you do another go. But the suffering that is what get's you!
Bushradical
Bushradical Yıl önce
Thanks
Micloren
Micloren Yıl önce
Your tips on change of clothes and suffering were key during my two cross country treks. One thing I did that helped a lot was I adopted a mindset of surrender. When something like rain, cold, or exhaustion would pop-up... I’d just surrender to it and accept it instead of complaining or choosing to be immobile. Surrendering allowed me to move past my momentary discomfort and focus my mind on a solution... or push my body to a new physical location with better options. Motus est vita... movement is life.
Bushradical
Bushradical Yıl önce
Thats a solid way to look at things. 90% of this stuff is mental. Thanks
OG Outdoors
OG Outdoors 2 yıl önce
Quality video, I enjoyed it very much. Especially your explanation of reality versus stored knowledge, and the dreams! Man I want to fast just thinking about dreaming like that lol
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
It was really something.
Joshua Smith
Joshua Smith 2 yıl önce
I enjoyed that season and was rooting for you two. Although I was happy to see the Canadian boys win. They did a bit of suffering from what I remember. Mostly because they where hard headed brothers. Could I win alone, maybe. I can suffer. But to be there and live it, well thats another story.....Cheers!
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Yeah, Jim & Ted are tough guys and they earned it
Andrew Smith
Andrew Smith Yıl önce
thanks Dave, great points and nice to benefit from your experience. I think the brain compensates for monotony with vivid dreams.
Bushradical
Bushradical Yıl önce
I think you're right
Almost Homestead
Almost Homestead 2 yıl önce
Great video Dave. I really like the break away rock weight idea for survival fishing.Thanks!
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
It was key to making it work out there. A good one to hang on to
Shann Martin
Shann Martin 2 yıl önce
👍👍 Thumbs up on your video content and explaining the reasons for why & how you did/do things. Really enjoy all you & Brooke's video's, you both are my favorites when it comes to bush living. Not so much as a survivalist mentality but more of understanding and living in the bush in today's modern world, utilizing simple electric/propane conveniences with modern tools to be able to get a job done to make life easier yet still enjoying the bushcraft lifestyle. Being thrifty,mechanically & construction knowledge along with woodsman skills yet keeping a mindset of living simple, you've got a big portion figured out of what being truly happy in life really is, money is a necessary part for sure but there's an old saying that goes something like. Successful people don't necessarily have the best of everything...... They make the best of everything they have. God bless and protect you and Brooke in all your future endeavors.
cillaloves2fish
cillaloves2fish 2 yıl önce
Very well said!
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks Shann!!
Bill Krause
Bill Krause Yıl önce
We enjoy the conversations you have with us via your uploaded videos.
Darlene Becker
Darlene Becker 2 yıl önce
Great tips. Thank you for sharing your knowledge. I love watching your channel and Brooke’s .
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks so much!
august
august 2 yıl önce
I remember that show ''Ice Lake Rebels'' who supposedly lived on house boats on Great Slave lake. It was fun to watch for a while but anyone could tell it was so scripted. That's a big lake and at 2014' ft deep, wow ! Like you said, slow and steady is safe and never at night, at least for me. Great video, thumbs up !!!
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks
T U U M A N K A
T U U M A N K A 8 aylar önce
I listened through the whole thing, you’re magnificent narrator
Go Smooth Go Light
Go Smooth Go Light 2 yıl önce
Thanks Dave ... last winter showed me the value of the "hot rocks" technique, for sure! (Glad it was mild here in MI, too) Enjoy AK for awhile and stay safe. I plan on being at Whitefish for the Fitz memorial this year. Would like to also commemorate the Bradley and the Morrell on their anniversaries. Later! God Bless
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Maybe we'll run into you there
mooeing
mooeing Yıl önce
I did a 20 day water n milk only fast. Had crazy amazing dreams like u shared. Looked forward to it too and I was living the city and working at my office and raising my family like normal.
Midlife Travelers
Midlife Travelers 2 yıl önce
Man, your advice, coupled with Brooke's is such an encouragement for me as I experienced 5 attempts and a 5 fails this year trying to thru-hike the Appalachian Trail. I sure have a lot to learn. Thank you!
Genki Feral
Genki Feral 28 gün önce
Is there a good brand of waterproof clothes that are quiet?
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
You can do it....the next time! Be safe on the trail!!
Comfortable
Comfortable Yıl önce
11:40 UK and Australian SF courses deliberately don't give a ToT in those marches. The mission is to pull up at the end and be 'battle ready' - though, not exactly know by the wannabes. Once the selection course is done and dusted, in Australia, the Patrol Course is a little more difficult; but with team planning the mission can be accomplished. All that said, if it's a bum rush - protect your bum.
CareBian8000
CareBian8000 2 yıl önce
Great Video! I always learn things from you. Hot Rocks, stone as stinkers, etc... awesome information in these crazy times. Hey did I miss a video with cake for your 100K subs? Dont forget, you deserve it (actually you deserve 2) 108K subs as of this Video, You and Girl in the woods are the best! My Best, Carole
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks....actually I shot some cake footage but just a minute of it...maybe I'll post it sometime soon
Carolyn Messer
Carolyn Messer 2 yıl önce
Thx Dave for the information. Always learn from you and Brooke so nice to catch your videos when notifications comes up. Love it when you are in the woods . 💕🙏
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Glad you like them!
Stormingnorming
Stormingnorming Yıl önce
How can there be a single thumbs down on this video?
Oregon Mike
Oregon Mike 2 yıl önce
Dave and Brooke are national treasures. Old souls that do adventure and keep it real. This winter I can't wait to see Dave putter in the garage with more yard sale/flea market finds. Dave, what is your take on radial arm saws...seems you can buy them so cheap. I got mine for free
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Good question......I think the radial arm saw is an obsolete tool nowadays. They still work great and you can get one CHEAP....but on the jobsite I think a chop saw and a table saw do 99% of what folks used to use a radial arm saw for. If you have a shop with a designated "spot" for it....they are hard to beat.
Chris Lonsberry
Chris Lonsberry 2 yıl önce
Great video Dave. Thanks for all the insights.
Bushradical
Bushradical Yıl önce
Very welcome
Jeff
Jeff 2 yıl önce
Military pilots are trained to "get on instruments" when they experience disorientation. I''ve been with three other guys when we weren't sure of our position and you get four guys all pointing in different directions when asked where do you think... Take a compass heading and start walking and in fifteen minutes you can walk in a complete circle. We've done it.
Jeff
Jeff 2 yıl önce
The dreams. I've been wondering why I'm having these vivid long story dreams. I actually believe it's partly because it's been Death Valley in Phoenix this summer and part Covid. I live alone but I used to have a balance of people, places ect. That has been reduced this summer and I believe my mind is making up great stories for me to fill it in. Dreams with people I haven't seen in thirty years. I lay in bed in the morning and want to replay the whole thing because it's so intriguing. Next week I'm going on a road trip. I think I'm due.
SUF
SUF 2 yıl önce
when i was nine years old my second time camping me, some friends and our mentor decided to go and do a survival overnight with nothing but our knives in central ontario. it was late august and that night it went down to 0°C about 30°F. none of us got any sleep and all i remember was cycling hot rocks all night still not being able to sleep. eventually what felt like days later the sun came up and we all just crashed. our bodies had used so much energy trying to stay warm in just shorts and a tee shirt that as soon as it got about around 50° we all just slept for probably about 6 hours before going back. thank you so much for this video dave! have a great weekend.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks for the story FC!
Solid Lion
Solid Lion 2 yıl önce
“Being happy while you’re miserable, that’s the key.” 👍🏻
Charles Brightman
Charles Brightman 2 yıl önce
It's called 'marriage'. 43 years and counting.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
RIGHT
Marco Huemer
Marco Huemer 2 yıl önce
Just so much, you will love it! Awesome Season!
Nora Donovan
Nora Donovan 2 yıl önce
Another great video! Both you and your Girl in the Woods make such a sincere connection with your viewers! It's such a great escape! Thank you! Congrats on your 100k subs..hope there was or will be..a cake in your future! :)
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
there already was....I shot some footage
Q-Bin Tom
Q-Bin Tom 2 yıl önce
Dave we called it “embrace the suck” during my years in the Army. It an't going to get any better so just enjoy what you got is what we would tell ourselves. You are so right if you can master embrace the suck life can be very good when it's very bad.
Bob sacamano
Bob sacamano 2 yıl önce
Married men know this well
Just a minute ie
Just a minute ie 2 yıl önce
Embracing the suck gets me through a lot more comfortably than might be expected. Hot, cold, pain... it's all just a sensation. Mind over matter. Everything is temporary. ;)
Asheville George
Asheville George 2 yıl önce
haven't heard that term since my 3AD days in Germany!
Charles Brightman
Charles Brightman 2 yıl önce
And then also, (US Navy vet here), if life sucks, try to make it better and then it might not suck so bad. Continuous improvement towards a goal. But then again, life sucks and we die and/or life does not suck and we still die. Death awaits us all. Then we apparently forget everything we ever did and/or didn't do, and eventually are forgotten one day in future eternity as if we never ever existed at all in the first place. (Or so the current analysis indicates).
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
very well said
Long John
Long John 2 yıl önce
Haven't watched the whole thing yet, but I always look forward to your insight, Dave. Cheers!
Long John
Long John 2 yıl önce
@flooblet that's embarrassing -_- lol
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks
Larry Eddings
Larry Eddings 2 yıl önce
Excellent information, much wisdom. Thanks for sharing.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Glad it was helpful!
Vanessa Sky
Vanessa Sky 2 yıl önce
I’m still shocked you guys lost to those brothers!! I thought for sure you two had it! The brothers didn’t even have a decent shelter.. guess they were just better at suffering?
Vanessa Sky
Vanessa Sky 2 yıl önce
Bushradical I wonder if this is one of the reasons a woman hasn’t won.. bigger/heavier men just have a huge advantage, even over other men.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
they were big tough guys and could loose 75lbs without being in trouble , Brooke didnt have the extra weight
Alex Kasacous
Alex Kasacous 2 yıl önce
Thanks Dave. Most of these suggestions are life lessons good for anytime not just when you're Alone.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks
TheAmishNinja
TheAmishNinja Yıl önce
I just found this channel today around 6pm and its all I've watched since. its 11:04 now. Great channel and I envy you so much
Julie Maddux
Julie Maddux 2 yıl önce
Hey Dave, I unfortunately don't watch Alone. I told Brooke that I wanted to see Seasons 4 and 5 but I didn't realize I would have to pay for them. Going to break down and get them. Some of my friends watch the show and always seem to be "experts" on how something should have been done instead of how it was done. I always said to them not to judge until you've been in that situation. I do admire and have the utmost respect for anyone participating on Alone. To hear you and Brooke talk about your time on Alone is extremely interesting to me, especially the mental aspect of the show. Great video Dave. Two thumbs up to anyone that goes on the show and give it their all. Congrats on hitting and surpassing 100,0000 subscribers. I'm waiting to see your video celebrating and getting to eat more cake again! Take care and be safe.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks
Master of None
Master of None 8 aylar önce
I swear, learning how to suffer is 90% of LIFE. Good stuff.
Dean Short
Dean Short 2 yıl önce
Excellent series of and about, essential knowledge crucial for survival in the bush, outback, or any place where Nature reins supreme. Fantastic ideas about the process of winning with Nature instead of it just grinding you down. Thanks man!
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Glad you enjoyed it!
Jeriah Miller
Jeriah Miller Yıl önce
Wow I learned a lot from this video!
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