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WELL, I SPOTTED ALL OF THIS
WHITE BIRD DROPPINGS
HERE ON THE LOG,
AND THEN I LOOKED
ABOUT FOUR FEET AWAY.
THERE’S NOT MUCH LEFT HERE
TO PICK FROM, EVEN FOR ME.
MIGHT SEE IF THERE’S ANY BRAINS
LEFT IN HERE TO EAT.
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THIS TIME ON “SURVIVORMAN,”
I’M ABOUT TO TAKE ON SURVIVING
IN THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS,

AND I WON’T BE ALONE.
WITH ME WILL BE NEARLY
2,400 POUNDS OF COMPANIONSHIP

IN THE FORM
OF TWO QUARTER HORSES —

FLINT, MY RIDING HORSE,
AND REMINGTON, MY PACKHORSE.
THEY’LL HAVE TO CARRY
ALL MY GEAR.

ONCE I’M OUT THERE,
I’LL HAVE TO INITIATE SURVIVAL
FOR ALL THREE OF US…

[ NEIGHS ]
…AND IT WON’T ALWAYS BE EASY.
WHOA. WHOA. WHOA. WHOA. WHOA.
WHOA. WHOA.
YOU OKAY?
YOU OKAY?
YOU ALL RIGHT?
ALL RIGHT, THAT’S IT.
I DON’T HAVE A LOT
OF EXPERIENCE WITH HORSES,

SO THE LEARNING CURVE FOR ME,
LOOKING AFTER
THESE TWO POWERFUL ANIMALS,

WILL COME SWIFT AND STEADY.
I DON’T WANT
TO OVER-DRAMATIZE THIS,

BUT A SIMPLE MISTAKE OUT HERE
CAN PROVE FATAL

AND COULD RESULT
IN AN ACCIDENT SO BAD

I COULD BE CRIPPLED FOR LIFE.
THESE ARE
THE COLORADO ROCKIES —
A LANDSCAPE
WHERE BEAUTIFUL VISTAS
AND THE CHANCE FOR ADVENTURE
CAN ALMOST
BE TAKEN FOR GRANTED.
YOU CAN SKI THE SLOPES,
KAYAK THE RIVERS,
AND TAKE IN SOME
OF THE MOST SPECTACULAR
SCENERY IN THE WORLD.
COME ON.
[ CLICKS TONGUE ]
EVERY YEAR, RIDERS COME OUT
ON A CASUAL TREK
AND THEY GET LOST
AND THEY END UP HAVING
TO SURVIVE, HORSE AND ALL,
IN THE VALLEYS AND SLOPES
OF THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS.
SOMETIMES, YOU GET LUCKY,
AND BY INSTINCT
YOUR HORSE KNOWS THE WAY HOME.
THAT’S NOT ALWAYS THE CASE.
AND IT DEFINITELY WON’T BE
MY CASE.
I’M HERE WITHOUT FOOD,
SURVIVAL GEAR, OR CAMERA CREW,
AND I’LL HAVE TO SURVIVE
AND KEEP MY HORSES ALIVE, ALONE,
FOR THE NEXT SEVEN DAYS
IN THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS.
THE CAMERA CREW NOW LEAVES ME
TO THE MOUNTAINS
AND THE MEADOWS OF COLORADO.

THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS STRETCH
FOR MORE THAN 3,000 MILES

FROM CENTRAL NORTHERN MEXICO
TO NORTHWEST ALASKA.

THEY FORM
THE CONTINENTAL DIVIDE

AND ARE DESCRIBED POETICALLY
AS THE MARROW OF THE WORLD.

IT WILL FOREVER BE
A RUGGED LANDSCAPE,

FULL OF LEGENDS, MYTHS,
AND TALES OF SURVIVAL.

MOUNTAIN MEN,
PIONEERS AND SETTLERS,

AND NATIVE CULTURES
HAVE ALL MADE THEIR ATTEMPTS

AT SURVIVAL
IN THIS WILD LANDSCAPE.

WHEN THEY KNEW
WHAT THEY WERE DOING,

THEY FARED WELL AND ENJOYED
THE BOUNTY OF THE ROCKIES.

WHEN THEY WERE FOOLISH,
THEY PERISHED.

IT’S SAID THE MOUNTAIN’S GOT
ITS OWN WAYS.

I’LL NEED TO INCORPORATE
THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE OLD WAYS

WITH THE MODERN METHODS
OF SURVIVAL

IF I’M GOING TO MAKE IT
THROUGH THE WEEK UNSCATHED.

THESE HORSES ARE NEW TO ME,
AND I’M NEW TO THEM.

IT’LL TAKE US A WHILE
TO WORK OUT A RELATIONSHIP.

IF IT SOURS,
IT COULD BE DANGEROUS FOR ME.

IF I STAY ON TOP OF IT
AND TREAT THEM RIGHT
AND SHOW THEM CONFIDENCE,

ALL THREE OF US
WILL MAKE IT THROUGH THE WEEK

WITHOUT AN INCIDENT.
WELL, THAT’S THE HORSES
TAKEN CARE OF.
ELECTRIC WIRE PUT UP ALL AROUND.
I’LL TALK ABOUT THAT LATER.
AND LOTS OF GRASS
FOR THEM TO EAT.
SUN’S GOING DOWN.
IT’S A GREAT VIEW.
TIME FOR ME
TO GET MYSELF SETTLED IN.
THIS LOCATION MIGHT HAVE
A FANTASTIC VIEW,

BUT THERE’S NO WATER.
SO IT’LL ONLY HOLD ME
FOR THIS FIRST NIGHT.

WELL, WITH TWO HORSES
TO LOOK AFTER,
I CAN’T EXACTLY
JUST PULL UP AT NIGHTTIME
AND HOLE UP SOMEWHERE
AND WEATHER OUT ANY STORMS
AND MAKE IT THROUGH THE NIGHT.
I’VE GOT TO LOOK AFTER
THE HORSES, TOO.
THAT MEANS STOPPING
A GOOD HOUR,
DEPENDING ON WHERE YOU ARE,
MAYBE TWO HOURS
BEFORE THE SUN GOES DOWN —
FIRST, SO I CAN GET
THE HORSES SET UP,
AND THEN SO I CAN GET
MYSELF SET UP.
I’M JUST GONNA PULL
A CLASSIC COWBOY MOVE HERE
AND SLEEP OUT UNDER THE STARS.
SO THE BENEFIT OF BEING OUT HERE
WITH A COUPLE OF HORSES —
ACTUALLY THERE’S MANY BENEFITS.
FOR ONE THING,
I DON’T HAVE TO CARRY
ALL MY OWN CAMERA GEAR AROUND.
ALTHOUGH, TRYING TO SET UP SHOTS
IS TRICKY.
BUT I END UP GETTING A LOT
OF GOOD MATERIALS TO USE.
THESE ARE THE PADS
THAT GO UNDERNEATH THE SADDLES
FOR THE HORSES.
TURNS INTO BLANKETS OR A PAD
TO LAY ON FOR ME FOR AT NIGHT.
THIS’LL HELP.
THIS IS MY ONLY SOURCE OF WATER
FOR NOW.
IT’S A SIMPLE BLADDER PACK
THAT I’VE BEEN DRINKING OUT OF.
THIS SITE UP HERE WILL BE FINE
RIGHT NOW JUST TO —
I JUST HEARD SOMETHING
IN THE BUSH, PROBABLY AN ELK —
JUST TO GET AWAY FROM —
WELL, JUST TO SETTLE IN
FOR THE NIGHT.
BUT I’M GONNA HAVE TO GET DOWN
FROM HERE.
I’M TOO HIGH UP,
AND THERE’S JUST NO WATER.
I’M OUT HERE AS A CASUAL RIDER.
JUST GONE FOR THE DAY,
CHECK OUT A VALLEY,
DO A LITTLE BIT OF FLY-FISHING,
AND HEAD BACK HOME.
BUT NOW I’M STUCK.
SO NOW WHAT DO I DO?
WELL, I’LL TELL YOU ONE THING
I DON’T DO IS I DON’T PANIC.
IF I PANIC NOW,
MY HORSES ARE GOING TO PANIC.
NOW, THAT’S THE LAST THING
I WANT TO HAVE HAPPEN.
MY HORSES NEED TO STAY
RELAXED AND CALM.
AS IT IS,
THEY’RE OUT HERE ALONE WITH ME.
THERE’S BEAR OUT HERE,
THERE’S MOUNTAIN LION OUT HERE,
AND BOTH OF THOSE CREATURES CAN
SPOOK THE HORSES QUITE A BIT.
EVEN ELK CAN SPOOK THE HORSES.
I’VE GOT TO TRY
TO KEEP THEM CALM.
IF I STAY CALM,
I KEEP MY HORSES CALM,
THEY CAN GET ME OUT OF THIS.
SO HAVING THE HORSES
WILL CHANGE HOW I SURVIVE.
BECAUSE I CAN’T JUST GO
AND CURL UP IN A HOLE
AND SAY, “THIS IS A GOOD SPOT.”
I CAN MAKE IT HERE.
I’LL BE FINE.”
I GOT TO LOOK AFTER THEM,
AND THAT’S A LOT OF MUSCLE
BACK THERE.
I DON’T WANT THEM
GETTING SPOOKED,
I DON’T WANT THEM
GETTING NERVOUS,
AND I DON’T WANT THEM
GETTING TICKED AT ME.
SO KEEPING THEM ALIVE,
KEEPING THEM CALM —
THAT’S GONNA BE KEY
TO MY OWN SURVIVAL
WHILE I’M OUT HERE IN THE MIDDLE
OF THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS.
ALL RIGHT, HERE WE GO.
IT’S NIGHT NUMBER ONE.
I’VE GOT A FLASHLIGHT.
AND I’VE GOT NO FOOD,
VERY LITTLE WATER,
NO SURVIVAL GEAR, REALLY —
IT’S GONNA BE NICE HAVING
THAT FLY-FISHING ROD —
AND MY HORSE BLANKETS,
AND THAT’S ABOUT IT.
OH, AND THIS SWEATER.
SO THAT’LL HELP KEEP ME
A BIT WARM.
AND I JUST REMEMBERED
THAT I AM PROBABLY IN AN AREA
WITH THE DENSEST POPULATION
OF MOUNTAIN LIONS
THAT I CERTAINLY
HAVE EVER BEEN IN BEFORE,
SO I’M THINKING I SHOULD BE
CLOSER TO THE HORSES.
I’M KIND OF EXPOSED OUT HERE
IN THIS LITTLE FIELD —
SLEEPING OUT
IN THE MIDDLE OF IT.
BUT THERE’S ALSO
BLACK BEAR HERE.
I DON’T WORRY
ABOUT THE BLACK BEAR.
I WORRY MORE ABOUT THEM
WHEN IT COMES TO MY HORSES
‘CAUSE THEY CAN REALLY SPOOK
A HORSE.
BUT HERE ON MY OWN,
I’M A LITTLE MORE WORRIED
ABOUT MOUNTAIN LIONS.
SO I’LL HAVE TO KEEP
MY EYES OPEN.
I KNOW THAT THEY HAVE ATTACKED
PEOPLE NOT FAR FROM HERE,
AND PEOPLE SEE THEM
ALL THE TIME.
SO I’M RIGHT OUT
IN THEIR HOMELAND RIGHT NOW.
SO THAT’S IT.
THIS IS NIGHT NUMBER ONE,
SURVIVING IN THE MIDDLE
OF THE COLORADO ROCKIES…
WITH HORSES.
[ OWL HOOTING ]
I’M GONNA SLEEP
WITH MY BOOTS ON…
JUST IN CASE.
[ BIRDS CHIRPING ]
WELL, NO FOOD
NOW IN MY STOMACH,
SO WITH THAT IN MIND,
START GRAZING
AND EATING EVERYTHING I CAN —
ANY WILD ANIMAL THAT I FIND,
ANYTHING I SEE.
AND I’VE GOT TO GET THE HORSES
TO WATER.
YOU GOT TO KEEP
YOUR HORSES CLEAN.
ANY LITTLE BIT OF GRIT OR DIRT
THAT GETS UNDERNEATH THE SADDLE,
UNDERNEATH THE CINCH,
CAN REALLY BOTHER
THE HORSE A LOT —
ANNOY THEM.
BEFORE YOU KNOW IT,
YOU’VE GOT TROUBLE OUT THERE.
FLINT AND REMINGTON
ARE GOOD HORSES,

BUT THEY ARE STILL ANIMALS,
AND THEY CAN REACT
ON INSTINCT ALONE.

AND THAT CAN BE DANGEROUS.
OKAY.
THAT’S ONE.
NOW I GOT TO DO THE PACKHORSE,
WHICH TAKES EVEN LONGER.
KNOWING THAT I’M OUT HERE
FOR A FULL WEEK

AND HAVING
TO FILM EVERYTHING MYSELF,

I NEED TO BRING A PACKHORSE
WITH ME TO CARRY THE GEAR.

THE BENEFIT TO THIS IS
THAT IT HELPS KEEP
THE RIDING HORSE CALM,

BECAUSE THEY DON’T LIKE TO BE
SOLITARY CREATURES.

BUT IT CREATES
DOUBLE THE EFFORTS

AND DOUBLE THE CHANCE
OF ACCIDENTS FOR ME.

OPERATING THE CAMERA GEAR
TO COVER ALL THE ACTION
OF SURVIVING OUT HERE IS TOUGH.

THE HORSES GET ANNOYED
BY MY CONSTANT GETTING ON
AND OFF OF THEM

TO SET UP THE CAMERAS.
TO THOSE WHO ARE OBSERVANT,
THE MOUNTAINS OFFER A GREAT
BOUNTY OF WILD, EDIBLE PLANTS.

SOME ARE POISONOUS,
BUT MANY ARE A GOOD SOURCE
OF ENERGY, VITAMINS,
AND NUTRIENTS.

IT’S HARD WITH A PACKHORSE
ON THE BACK.
THE PACKS OFTEN GET CAUGHT
ON TREES
WHEN YOU’RE GOING THROUGH
THIS TIGHT BUSH LIKE THIS.
OVERTOP OF TREES,
AROUND THROUGH BRUSH AND BUSH,
YOU REALLY GOT TO BE CAREFUL.
YOU GOT TO BE READY
WITH YOUR OTHER HAND…
LET’S GO THIS WAY.
LET’S GO THIS WAY.
THAT’S IT.
…BECAUSE IF THE PACKHORSE GETS
STOPPED TO THE BACK BY A TREE,
LIKE RIGHT THROUGH HERE…
OOH, GOOD.
…THEN I GOT TO BE READY
TO EASE OFF WITH MY HAND
THAT’S HOLDING HIM.
OUT HERE THIS TIME OF YEAR,
MAJOR LIGHTNING STRIKES
COME DAILY.

THEY CAN REALLY SPOOK
THE HORSES

AND SEND THEM RUNNING,
HOPEFULLY NOT WITH ME
HALF-FALLEN-OFF,

BOOTS STILL CAUGHT
IN THE STIRRUP,

MY BODY BEING DRAGGED
AT FULL SPEED ALONG THE GROUND

LIKE A WET RAG.
EXCELLENT.
MM. SOME PROTEIN.
ONCE I CLEAN THE DIRT OFF OF IT.
BELIEVE IT OR NOT, EARTHWORMS…
HAVE A LOT OF PROTEIN.
[ CRUNCHING ]
WELL, THAT ONE’S
A LITTLE GRITTY.
EW, AND A LITTLE BITTER, TOO.
OHH, I’VE GOT
MAJOR THUNDERSTORMS
THREATENING ALL AROUND ME HERE.
[ THUNDER RUMBLING ]
I’M JUST GONNA KEEP MOVING.
GIVE MYSELF
ANOTHER COUPLE HOURS OF TRAVEL.
ALL I’VE DONE ALL DAY SO FAR
HAS BEEN TRAVEL —
JUST KEEP ON MOVING
WITH THE HORSES.
OHH, IT’S A LITTLE TRICKY
TRYING TO FILM
WHEN YOU’VE GOT TO LOOK AFTER
THE HORSES AND KEEP RIDING.
SO MOSTLY, I’M JUST TRYING
TO GET TO A GOOD SPOT
FOR WATER AND SURVIVAL.
AFTER A FULL DAY OF RIDING,
I’VE MADE IT TO THE TOP
OF A RIDGE WITH A GOOD VIEW

AND ENOUGH GRASS
TO FEED THE HORSES.

WELL, I’M GETTING CHASED
BY THE RAIN HERE A BIT.
THERE’S THUNDERCLOUDS ALL AROUND
AND LIGHTNING STRIKES.
I’VE GOT TO GET MYSELF
SET UP HERE.
[ RAIN FALLING ]
[ BREATHING HEAVILY ]
WELL…
IT’S NOT MUCH RAIN,
BUT IT’S ENOUGH
THAT I DON’T FEEL LIKE STANDING
OUT IN IT RIGHT NOW, SO…
I’M [SIGHS] LEFT WITH
HANGING OUT UNDER A TARP.
THE RAIN HAS ABATED FOR NOW.
I FIND THAT I’M AT QUITE
A DISADVANTAGE WITH THE HORSES.
I HAVE TO LOOK AFTER THE HORSES.
I HAVE TO MAKE SURE THEY HAVE
ENOUGH GRASS EVERY SINGLE NIGHT.
HAVE TO MAKE SURE
THEY HAVE WATER.
THAT’S NOT TOO MUCH
OF A PROBLEM.
BUT THE GRASS IS A PROBLEM,
AND AS IT TURNS OUT
THAT A LOT OF THE PLACES THAT
ARE BEST FOR THEM TO SURVIVE
ARE NOT SO GOOD FOR ME.
SO TODAY,
I WAS PRETTY MUCH REDUCED
TO JUST GRABBING
SOME WILD EDIBLES
ALL THE WAY ALONG THE TRAIL.
I GOT A LOAD OF THIS STONECROP.
MMM!
HIGH IN VITAMIN “A,”
VITAMIN “D.”
SHOOTING STAR.
SHOOTING STAR —
THE LEAVES ARE GOOD…
AND SO ARE THE ROOTS.
SOME DANDELION.
THERE’S NOTHING BAD YOU CAN SAY
ABOUT DANDELION.
IT’S DELICIOUS AND IT’S FULL
OF TONS OF NUTRIENTS.
THAT’S ONE THING THAT THERE’S
NO SHORTAGE OF AROUND HERE —
ALL KINDS OF DANDELION.
THISTLE.
NOW, THE THISTLE IS DELICIOUS.
OF COURSE, IT’S GOT THE SPINES
ON IT AND EVERYTHING.
WOW, MOSQUITOES ARE REALLY
COMING OUT UP HERE.
BUT IF YOU PEEL AWAY
THE BOTTOM OF IT…
MMM!
IT’S JUICY.
IT’S LIKE ASPARAGUS.
I’M FREAKING HUNGRY,
LET ME TELL YOU.
THESE HORSES
TAKE A LOT OUT OF YOU.
NOW, THIS WOULD NORMALLY BE
A FANTASTIC FIND —
NOT NECESSARILY SO
IN A PLACE LIKE THIS.
LET ME EXPLAIN WHY.
NORMALLY, I’D BE QUITE THRILLED
TO FIND THIS MUCH SNOW
BECAUSE IT WOULD REPRESENT
FOR ME SOME GREAT FRESH WATER.
BUT HERE
IN THE COLORADO ROCKY MOUNTAINS,
THESE PATCHES OF SNOW
THAT ARE LEFT BEHIND
IN THE LATE SPRING
AND EARLY SUMMER —
IF YOU SEE A RED,
KIND OF WATERMELON-COLORED TINGE
TO THE TOP OF THEM,
AND YOU EAT THAT SNOW,
YOU’RE IN FOR SOME SERIOUS
STOMACH AND BOWEL PROBLEMS.
I’M NOT QUITE CERTAIN
WHAT IT IS,
WHETHER IT’S BACTERIAL
OR FUNGAL,
BUT I’LL TELL YOU
IT’S THE ONE THING
YOU DO NOT WANT TO EAT OUT HERE
IS SNOW WITH
A SLIGHTLY RED TINGE TO IT.
IT WILL MAKE YOU SICK
FOR QUITE A WHILE.
ONE WAY TO GET AROUND IT,
IF YOU REALLY MUST
AND IT’S THE ONLY WAY TO GET
SOME WATER FOR SURVIVAL,
IS TO SIMPLY GET RID
OF THE TOP LAYERS…
…AND GO DOWN IN THE SNOW
A FEW INCHES.
GET AWAY FROM ANYTHING
THAT LOOKS LIKE
IT MIGHT HAVE COLOR TO IT.
OHH, YEAH.
MMM!
OH, MAN.
COLD WATER IN A VERY DRY PLACE.
THAT GOES DOWN NICELY.
IT’S GENERALLY KNOWN
THAT THERE’S A LOT OF GIARDIA,

A WATERBORNE PARASITE,
IN THE WATER
OF THESE HILLSIDES.

EVEN THOUGH THE MELTWATER
FROM THE SNOW

HAS FORMED PUDDLES,
THEY’RE STILL LIKELY STAGNANT,
AND ANIMALS FROM ALL OVER
WILL BE HERE

TO DRINK AND LIKELY DEFECATE
IN THE POND.

SO IT’S NOT A GOOD SOURCE
FOR ME TO DRINK FROM.

SO TOMORROW,
IF I CAN FIND AN AREA
WHERE I CAN HAVE THE HORSES
IN A ROTATING PASTURE
ALL WITHIN A SHORT DISTANCE,
YOU KNOW, BY THE DAY,
THAT WOULD BE GREAT.
AND THEN I CAN CONCENTRATE
ON GETTING
SOME REAL SURVIVAL FOOD —
SOME MEAT.
HMM.
IT’S A LONG DAY OF RIDING.
NICE ENDING, THOUGH.
ALL RIGHT, SO, I’VE GOT
ABOUT A TWO-HOUR RIDE
TO GET BACK TO THE VALLEY
THAT I PASSED EARLIER.
THERE’S SOME GOOD GRASS THERE
AND, I THINK, A BETTER CHANCE
FOR MY OWN SELF
TO EFFECT SURVIVAL.
I MIGHT EVEN BE ABLE TO CATCH
SOME FISH IF I’M LUCKY,
‘CAUSE I SAW A STREAM THERE.
SO I BETTER GET MOVING.
I’VE BEEN CAUGHT OFF GUARD
AT JUST HOW MUCH ENERGY
IS TAKEN FROM ME

LOOKING AFTER THESE HORSES.
LITTLE GREEN PLANTS
ARE NOT GOING TO GIVE ME
ENOUGH OF WHAT I NEED

TO KEEP MOVING AND TO FIND
BETTER SURVIVAL LOCATIONS.

TOUGHEST PART OF THE DAY —
SADDLING UP THE HORSE.
HERE WE GO.
OKAY. OKAY.
SADDLE TIME.
THAT’S IT.
OKAY.
I’M EXHAUSTED.
I’VE GOT TO PACK THIS CAMERA
NOW, SO…
EVEN IN SURVIVAL,
IT’S BETTER TO THINK ETHICALLY.

SPREAD AROUND THE HORSE MANURE
SO IT’S NOT LEFT
IN ONE BIG PILE,

OTHERWISE THE LARGE CLUMPS
OF MANURE

KILL THE NATIVE GRASSES.
AS I TRAVEL, I’M TRYING HARD
TO FIND A PLACE

WHERE BOTH THE HORSES AND I
CAN SURVIVE AT THE SAME TIME.

SO THIS IS THE STUFF I NEED
FOR THE HORSES —
JUST GOOD, STRAIGHT GRASS.
HOWEVER, THIS, RIGHT BESIDE IT,
IS POISONOUS FOR THE HORSES.
AND IF THEY GET TOO MUCH OF IT,
IT CAN BE REALLY HARD ON THEM.
SO EVEN TRYING TO FIND
A LOCATION OUT HERE
WHERE I CAN FEED THE HORSES
AT EASE
AND NOT WORRY ABOUT THEM
POISONING THEMSELVES
CAN BE TOUGH.
YOU STILL HAVE TO FIND A SECTION
OF JUST GOOD GRASS
AND NO POISONOUS PLANTS.
THIS POISONOUS PLANT
IS CALLED LARKSPUR.

I’VE COME BACK TO THIS VALLEY
THAT I PASSED THROUGH YESTERDAY,
AND IT LOOKS LIKE I’VE GOT
ENOUGH GRASS FOR THE HORSES,
AND THERE IS FRESH DRINKING
WATER FOR ME DOWN THERE,
WHICH MEANS THERE’S
OBVIOUSLY FRESH WATER
FOR THE HORSES, TOO.
AND THEN THERE’S A SERIES
OF BEAVER PONDS,
WHICH I’M HOPING WILL HAVE
BROOK TROUT IN THEM.
SO NOT A BAD PLACE.
IF I’M LOST AND I’M STUCK
AND I’VE GOT TO SURVIVE,
THIS WILL HAVE ENOUGH GOING
FOR BOTH ME AND THE HORSES.
SO NOW I FINALLY GET A CHANCE
TO EXPLAIN
THIS CORRAL THAT I’VE BEEN
PUTTING THE HORSES IN.
SEE, THE BEST WAY
TO HELP THEM SURVIVE OUT HERE
IS BY HAVING
THIS PORTABLE ELECTRICAL FENCE.
THIS IS SAFE, EFFECTIVE,
AND IT KEEPS THE HORSES IN
WHERE THE GRASS IS.
AND THAT’S A GOOD THING.
I JUST GOT TO PUT ALL THESE
POLES IN AND THEN THE CABLE.
[ SPOOL SQUEAKING ]
THIS IS IT —
JUST AN ELECTRICAL CABLE.
GOES AROUND EACH OF THESE POSTS,
AND I CONTINUE ON.
ALL I HAVE TO DO THEN
IS MAKE SURE
THAT IT’S FREE AND CLEAR
AND NOT TOUCHING THE GROUND
IN ANY PLACE,
LIKE BRANCHES
THAT MIGHT BE COMING UP.
CLEAR THOSE AWAY
AND ATTACH IT TO THE BATTERY.
WE’VE GOT OURSELVES
A PORTABLE ELECTRIC CORRAL.
BEST WAY TO LOOK AFTER HORSES
WHEN YOU’RE OUT LIKE THIS.
THE WAY TO TEST AND SEE
IF THE FENCE IS WORKING

AND IT’S DELIVERING
ITS ELECTRIC SHOCK

IS TO TOUCH IT USING A LEAF.
[ ZAPS ]
YOU GET THE ZAP,
BUT IT’S NOT AS STRONG.

IT’S STARTING TO RAIN ON ME,
SO I BETTER MOVE
A LITTLE FASTER HERE.
AND THIS WHOLE TIME
THAT I’VE BEEN HERE,
I WAS THINKING THAT I WOULD
PROBABLY HAVE TO MAKE
SOME KIND OF A LEAN-TO
OR SOMETHING LIKE THAT
JUST TO GET ORGANIZED
FOR THE NIGHT.
AND COMPLETELY FORGETTING
THAT I’VE GOT A HORSE —
I’VE GOT TWO HORSES —
WHICH MEANS
I’VE GOT HORSE TACKLE,
I’VE GOT ROPE,
AND A CANVAS TARP.
SO I CAN SAVE MYSELF
A LOT OF TIME
AND A HECK OF A LOT OF ENERGY.
I GUESS I DON’T HAVE
ALL THAT MUCH TARP,
NOW THAT I THINK OF IT.
I CAN’T ACTUALLY CUT THIS ROPE
BECAUSE I’M GOING TO NEED IT
FOR WHEN I TRAVEL
WITH THE HORSES.
NOW, THE CLOVE HITCH
OVERTOP OF A PIECE OF WOOD
STUCK INSIDE THE CORNER HERE.
[ BLOWS ]
ALL RIGHT, WELL,
THIS MAY NOT BE THE STURDIEST
SHELTER THAT I’VE EVER BUILT,
BUT HOPEFULLY
IT’LL KEEP THE RAIN OUT.
I TELL YOU,
IT HELPS A LOT HAVING SOMETHING
AS SIMPLE AS A CANVAS TARP.
IT SAVES ME A LOT OF ENERGY.
IF I HAD TO BUILD
A FULL-ON LEAN-TO
UTILIZING ALL THE BOUGHS
AND BRANCHES AROUND HERE —
THERE’S LOTS OF MATERIALS,
BUT IT WOULD HAVE
WORE ME RIGHT OUT.
THIS SAVES A LOT OF TROUBLE.
THE PROBLEM WITH THIS SHELTER
IS ALL OF THE HEAT
WILL JUST ESCAPE RIGHT OUT.
SO IT’S NOT REALLY GONNA
KEEP ME VERY WARM.
AND I DON’T HAVE ANY MATCHES.
BUT THAT DOESN’T MEAN
I CAN’T MAKE A FIRE.
AS ALWAYS FOR ME,
HAVING A FIRE IN A SURVIVAL
SITUATION REIGNS SUPREME.

IT’LL KEEP ME WARM
AND COOK MY FOOD —

ANY FOOD I MIGHT GET.
SEE IF I CAN GET A FIRE GOING
USING THIS FLASHLIGHT.
FIRST, I START
BY TAKING THIS THING APART.
TAKE OUT THE BULB.
I’M GOING TO NEED TO BREAK
THROUGH THE TOP OF IT.
OKAY. THAT’S THAT.
WHAT I NEED TO DO
IS BREAK THE BULB
WITHOUT BREAKING
THE FILAMENT INSIDE THE BULB.
THAT’S THE TRICKY PART.
WHERE’S MY BANDANA?
BROKE THE BULB, BUT…
I THINK THE FILAMENT
IS OKAY.
PUT IT ALL BACK TOGETHER HERE.
THERE’S THE BULB IN THERE.
SO I’VE GOT ALL MY POWDERED,
DRIED GRASS MIXED IN THERE.
WITH ANY LUCK AT ALL,
THIS WILL IGNITE FOR ME.
ALL I GOT TO DO IS TURN IT ON.
LET’S HOPE.
[ CRACKLES ]
YEAH!
YEAH!
WHOO-HOO!
WATCH THAT ROPE DOESN’T BURN.
DID YOU SEE THAT?
OH, THAT WAS SWEET.
[ LAUGHS ]
EVENTUALLY,
IT JUST SORT OF POUFED THE GRASS
INTO FLAMES THERE,
AND THAT WAS NICE.
NOW I JUST NEED SOMETHING
TO COOK ON THIS FIRE.
WELL, THERE’S A LOT OF OLD,
DRY COW PATTIES AROUND HERE,
SO I’VE GRABBED ONE OR TWO
AND PUT THEM ON THE FIRE.
THAT’LL ACTUALLY KEEP THE FIRE
GOING FOR HOURS.
IT’LL SMOLDER AND SMOLDER.
AND THE ADDED BENEFIT IS IT
GOT RID OF ALL THE MOSQUITOES.
SO I CAN SIT HERE
WITH THE MOSQUITOES GONE
AND WATCH THE NIGHT COME IN.
MANURE IS SIMPLY DRIED GRASS
THAT’S PACKED TIGHT

BY THE INTESTINES OF A HOOFED,
GRASS-EATING ANIMAL,

SO IT’S THE PERFECT
LONG-LASTING FUEL,

ONCE IT’S DRIED.
THE SUN’S SETTING
ON DAY THREE NOW.
AND I’VE EATEN AN AWFUL LOT
OF GREENERY —
A TON OF DANDELIONS TODAY.
I’VE GOT TO WATCH THAT.
IT COULD BE REALLY HARD
ON THE SYSTEM.
I SACRIFICED MY FLASHLIGHT
FOR FIRE,
WHICH, AS IT TURNS OUT,
IS NOT SUCH A BAD SACRIFICE.
A LOT OF THE WOOD HERE
IS PITCH WOOD,
GIVING ME A TORCH,
WHICH IS GREAT
‘CAUSE I NEED A LIGHT NOW.
I FEEL BAD FOR THE HORSES.
THEY’RE JUST COVERED
IN MOSQUITOES BACK THERE.
SO HOPEFULLY IT’LL COOL DOWN
ENOUGH TONIGHT
TO KILL THE MOSQUITOES OFF,
BUT NOT SO COLD
THAT I’M CHILLED DOWN HERE
AND HAVE TO KEEP
THE FIRE ROARING.
BUT AT LEAST I DO HAVE A FIRE,
WHICH IS AMAZING NOW.
SO WHAT I WANT NOW IS TO COOK
SOMETHING OVERTOP OF THIS FIRE.
AND THAT SOMETHING
WOULD BE FISH, I HOPE.
THERE’S A BIG CREEK DOWN THERE.
OHH, THERE GOES A BIG, BIG DUCK.
MMM.
WELL, THERE’S A BIG CREEK
DOWN THERE,
AND HOPEFULLY
IT’S FULL OF BROOK TROUT
AND I CAN GET SOME FOOD.
WITHOUT FOOD KEEPING
MY BLOOD-SUGAR LEVELS UP,

IT GETS HARD TO THINK,
WHICH IS A DANGEROUS SITUATION
WHEN YOU’RE
LOOKING AFTER HORSES.

WELL, THE MOSQUITOES
SEEM TO HAVE STOPPED.
THAT’S GOOD FOR ME.
I’VE GOT THE FIRE GOING HERE,
AND I’M NOT NOTICING THEM
AT ALL.
EVEN WENT BACK TO THE HORSES
AND GAVE THEM ONE LAST WIPE-DOWN
WITH MY HAND,
JUST SORT OF KILLING HUNDREDS
OF MOSQUITOES
ALL AT THE SAME TIME.
IT WAS KIND OF GROSS.
BUT WITH THE COOLER TEMPERATURES
COMING IN,
EVEN THE HORSES
SHOULD GET A BREAK.
SO WITH ANY LUCK AT ALL,
I MIGHT EVEN GET
A NIGHT’S SLEEP HERE.
WELL, I SPOTTED ALL OF THIS
WHITE BIRD DROPPINGS
HERE ON THE LOG,
AND I THOUGHT MAYBE THIS IS
WHERE A GROUSE LIKES TO SIT.
AND THEN I LOOKED
ABOUT FOUR FEET AWAY.
AND IT STILL SMELLS.
SO THIS IS OBVIOUSLY A SPOT
WHERE EITHER A PACK OF COYOTES
OR A MOUNTAIN LION
HAS TAKEN AND KILLED A DEER.
NOW, THERE’S NOT MUCH LEFT THERE
FOR ME THAT I CAN USE,
ALTHOUGH
SOME OF THIS DEER HAIR HERE
MIGHT JUST WORK OUT
AS FLY MATERIAL FOR FLY-FISHING.
SO THAT’S GOOD.
THAT’S HELPFUL.
THE SKIN, ITSELF —
WELL, I COULD BOIL IT
AND EAT IT IF I HAD A CONTAINER,
WHICH I DON’T.
THE ONLY POSSIBLE THING
LEFT FOR ME,
AND I DOUBT IT
BY THE FEEL OF THINGS…
YEAH.
I WOULD GO IN.
MIGHT BE ABLE TO…
MIGHT SEE IF THERE’S ANY BRAINS
LEFT IN HERE TO EAT.
IT MIGHT BE THE ONLY THING
THAT’S STILL POSSIBLY EDIBLE.
THERE WE GO.
YECH!
NO.
I DON’T THINK SO.
Phew!
IF I HAD A CONTAINER TO BOIL IN,
I COULD PROBABLY TAKE
ALL OF THESE RIB BONES,
BOIL THEM UP,
AND MAKE A KIND OF A STEW —
KIND OF A GROSS STEW.
NOW, THIS IS ONLY ABOUT 75 FEET
FROM WHERE I’M CAMPED.
SO IT SHOWS THAT THERE’S EITHER
A VERY ACTIVE MOUNTAIN LION
IN THIS AREA —
AND THIS IS NOT
A VERY OLD KILL —
IT STILL REEKS —
OR THERE’S A PACK OF COYOTES
THAT ARE TAKING DOWN THE DEER.
MY BEST BET, BY FAR,
IS GOING TO BE TO GET OUT HERE
IN THESE LITTLE BEAVER PONDS
AND SEE IF I CAN CATCH MYSELF
SOME BROOK TROUT.
THAT WOULD BE SURVIVAL.
OF COURSE, THE ISSUE HERE IS
THAT I’VE NEVER FLY-FISHED
BEFORE, SO…
NOW, I’VE BAIT-FISHED
ALL MY LIFE.
CAN’T BE THAT MUCH DIFFERENT,
CAN IT?
I’M NOT THAT FAR AWAY,
BUT IT STILL TOOK ME
A HALF AN HOUR RIDE

TO GET FROM MY BASE CAMP
TO THIS SPOT.

WITH ANY LUCK AT ALL,
IT’LL BE WORTH THE RIDE.

AS I FISH, MY STOMACH GROWLS,
REMINDING ME OF THE IMPORTANCE
OF BEING SUCCESSFUL AT THIS.

AAH!
WELL, THAT WAS FAST.
LOST MY FLY ALREADY.
THAT’S MY BAD TECHNIQUE.
SO THIS IS A BIT TRICKY.
TRYING TO GET IT OUT INTO THERE.
IT’S REALLY SHALLOW
RIGHT IN THE BEGINNING.
TRYING TO GET IT WAY OUT THERE
IS GONNA BE TRICKY.
I MIGHT HAVE TO WALK AROUND
A BIT.
THIS IS WHEN COWBOY BOOTS,
NECESSARY FOR RIDING,

ARE NOT SO GOOD FOR SURVIVAL.
THE GROUND
ALL AROUND THIS CREEK

IS ESSENTIALLY A BOG.
OKAY, I ACTUALLY JUST HOOKED
THE CAMERA.
I CAUGHT THE CAMERA.
UNBELIEVABLE.
[ THUNDER RUMBLING ]
OHH!
THIS IS WHY
I DON’T LIKE LEAN-TOS,
WHICH IS ESSENTIALLY WHAT THIS
CANVAS SHELTER IS — A LEAN-TO.
YOU’RE COMPLETELY EXPOSED
ON ONE SIDE,
WHICH IS NOT A GOOD THING.
SO I’VE GOT TO TUCK
IN BEHIND HERE
AND HOPE THAT EVERYTHING
STAYS DRY.
WELL, I’VE SPENT A FEW HOURS
OF FISHING WITH NO LUCK.
GOING DOWN THERE, I THINK
THE STREAM’S JUST TOO SHALLOW.
THERE’S NOT ENOUGH HOLES.
IT’S WAY UP HIGH AT THE TOP END
OF THIS WHOLE SYSTEM.
SO TOMORROW,
I’M GONNA HEAD DOWNSTREAM
AND SEE IF, INDEED,
I CAN FIND SOME BROOK TROUT
AND GET SOME REAL FOOD.
IN THE MEANTIME,
I’LL WAIT THIS STORM OUT
AND THEN SEE ABOUT
GETTING SOME WATER
AND SEEING
IF I CAN BOIL SOME WATER.
EVEN THESE FAST-MOVING STREAMS
HAVE BEEN KNOWN
TO HAVE GIARDIA IN THEM.

THE RESULT OF INGESTING
THIS PARASITE

WOULD BE EXTREME BOWEL
CRAMPING, DIARRHEA,

STOMACH UPSET, AND WEAKNESS —
NOTHING YOU WANT TO DEAL WITH
IN A SURVIVAL SITUATION.

THERE WE GO.
COW PATTY.
THAT’S ALL I NEED
TO KEEP THE FIRE SMOLDERING
WHILE I’M AWAY.
IT WORKS GREAT.
I MAY NOT HAVE A METAL POT,
BUT THAT DOESN’T MEAN
I CAN’T PURIFY WATER.
[ GRUNTING ]
ALL RIGHT.
WELL, I’VE TRIED THIS BEFORE,
AND I’VE ACTUALLY BURNED
A HOLE THROUGH THE BOTTOM.
NO SURPRISE THERE.
BUT I’VE ALSO HAD IT
BE SUCCESSFUL FOR ME, TOO.
I WAS DOWN EARLIER
WASHING MY HANDS AND MY FACE
IN THE STREAM,
AND YOU KNOW,
THAT’S ALL IT CAN TAKE SOMETIMES
TO GET GIARDIA.
AND IN THESE STREAMS,
IT COULD BE GIARDIA
OR CRYPTOSPORIDIUM,
SO I WANT TO BE REAL CAREFUL.
SO I’M GOING TO ATTEMPT TO SEE
IF I CAN BOIL THIS WATER
IN THIS WATER BLADDER HERE
WITHOUT BURNING THROUGH.
IN THEORY, IT SHOULD WORK.
[ GRUNTS ]
WELL, THIS IS NOT A GOOD SIGN.
MAN, I TRIED, I TRIED.
THERE’S MY LEAK.
WELL, THAT’S TOO BAD.
I WAS JUST ABOUT
TO TURN THE CAMERAS ON
BECAUSE IT WAS STARTING
TO RUMBLE AND BOIL.
SO I’VE GOT
A SMALL PINHOLE LEAK,
BUT I HAVE PURIFIED THIS WATER.
WELL, I’LL DRINK THIS UP.
I CAN PROBABLY REUSE THIS
AND GET ANOTHER BOIL ON,
JUST AS LONG AS I KEEP
THE PINHOLE TO THE TOP.
IT LOOKS LIKE OBVIOUSLY,
IF I’M GONNA MAKE THIS WORK,
I CAN’T LET THE FLAMES GET
ANYWHERE NEAR THE BAG AT ALL.
WITH PLASTIC,
SOMETIMES YOU CAN LET THE FLAMES
JUST LICK THE BOTTOM.
BUT THIS IS PRETTY THIN,
SO I THINK IT’S ALWAYS
GOT TO BE DONE BY COALS.
AND THEN I CAN BRING THE WATER
TO A BOIL
IN A BLADDER BAG LIKE THIS.
AND THAT WAY,
I CAN PURIFY THE WATER AND KEEP
THE GIARDIA OUT OF MY SYSTEM.
OF COURSE, EATING THESE LITTLE
CHICKS WOULD BE HELPFUL

IN A SURVIVAL SITUATION.
BUT I THINK HAVING THE HEART
AND LEAVING THEM BE

IS THE BETTER WAY TO GO TODAY.
BESIDES,
THE MOTHER KEEPS WATCHING ME.

WITHOUT ANY DECIDUOUS
TREE LEAVES AVAILABLE,

EVERGREEN BOUGHS
CAN BE VERY HELPFUL

WHEN IT COMES TO INSULATING
MY SHELTER.

FROM CHILLING DRAFTS.
I’M LUCKY TO FIND THEM
IN A FOREST THAT’S BEEN
DEVASTATED BY PINE BEETLES.

WELL, THAT OUGHT TO HELP
A BIT, ANYWAY.
IT STILL GETS PRETTY CHILLY
HERE AT NIGHT,

AND YOU NEVER KNOW
WHEN A STORM MIGHT BLOW IN.

SO EVERY LITTLE BIT
OF PROTECTION

FROM THE ELEMENTS
WILL HELP.

SO, I WENT DOWN
TO THE POND DOWN THERE
AND MADE IT BACK
JUST AS THE SUN WAS SETTING.
THAT POND IS VERY PROMISING —
LOTS OF LITTLE FISH JUMPING —
JUST LITTLE, TINY GUYS.
I WAS TRYING
WITH THE FLY-FISHING,
BUT MOSQUITOES ARE REALLY THICK
RIGHT NOW.
SO I’M GONNA WAIT TILL TOMORROW
MORNING AND THEN HEAD DOWN,
TRY SOME FLY-FISHING
IN THAT POND.
IF THAT DOESN’T WORK,
SEE IF I CAN GET SOME WORMS,
TRY IT WITH SOME WORMS.
AND, MAN, IF I COULD LAND ME
JUST A, YOU KNOW, HALF A DOZEN
OR SO OF THOSE LITTLE FISH —
Whew! THAT’D BE SWEET.
THAT LITTLE POND DOWN THERE
IS THE ONE WHERE ALL THE FISH
WERE JUMPING LAST NIGHT.
SO I’M GONNA TRY AND SEE
IF I CAN ENTICE THEM
TO GRAB MY HOOK THIS MORNING
AND SAVE MYSELF
FROM MAYBE GOING OUT ON A LONG
TREK WITH THE HORSES,
SEARCHING FOR SOME OTHER POND
WHERE I MIGHT CATCH FISH.
I’LL GIVE IT A SHOT, ANYWAY.
IF YOU GO OUT FISHING CASUALLY
OR YOU FISH FOR SURVIVAL,
EITHER WAY, YOU CAN HAVE A LOT
OF LUCK OR YOU CAN BE SKUNKED.
I’M GONNA GIVE IT MY BEST SHOT
HERE AT THIS LITTLE POND.
OF COURSE, THE DIFFERENCE FOR ME
IS THAT I NEED THIS FOOD.
I’M GETTING TIRED OF EATING
DANDELIONS AND VIOLETS
AND GLACIER LILIES.
WELL, UNFORTUNATELY, I’M GONNA
HAVE TO TAKE MY SHOES OFF
AND WADE INTO THE WATER A BIT TO
GET CLOSE ENOUGH TO THAT HOLE,
TO TRY TO GET TO THE FISH.
I SAY “UNFORTUNATE”
BECAUSE THAT WATER
IS COMING DIRECTLY OFF
A MOUNTAINTOP FROM MELTING SNOW.
IT’S GONNA BE COLD.
WELL, WISH ME LUCK.
YEAH!
YEAH!
WELL, I SPENT AN HOUR,
AT LEAST, DOWN THERE
TRYING TO CATCH
SOME OF THOSE BROOKIES,
AND I DIDN’T CATCH
A SINGLE FISH.
[ SIGHS ]
I CAUGHT TWO!
[ LAUGHS ]
YOU KNOW, THEY SAID
MAKE SURE, FOR SURVIVAL,
THAT YOU CARRY
A FLY-FISHING ROD WITH YOU.
IN FACT,
EVERYBODY WHO GOES OUT HERE
RIDING IN THESE MOUNTAINS
AND THESE HILLS
TAKES A FLY-FISHING ROD
WITH THEM.
AND NOW I SEE WHY.
NOW, THAT IS SURVIVAL.
FIVE DAYS INTO SURVIVAL,
AND LUCK OR NO LUCK,

I’M BEGINNING
TO FEEL THE STRESS

OF LITTLE FOOD
AND LITTLE SLEEP.

FRUSTRATIONS
CAN’T BE UNDERSTATED,

AND IT’S TAKING ITS TOLL
ON MY FILMMAKING.

ALL RIGHT.
THIS IS GOING TO BE GOOD.
NOW, I COULD EASILY
JUST EAT THESE FISH RAW —
JUST BITE INTO THEM AS THEY ARE.
YOU KNOW WHAT, HANG ON A SECOND.
THAT LENS LOOKS REALLY DIRTY.
I BETTER CLEAN IT.
ALL RIGHT.
THIS IS GONNA BE GREAT.
I’M SURE
IT WOULD LOOK REALLY COOL
IF I JUST ATE THIS RAW,
BUT I’VE GOT A FIRE GOING.
NOW, MOST OF THE NU–
[BLEEP]
I’M SO [BLEEP] HUNGRY AND TIRED
I CAN’T TALK ANYMORE.
BUT YOU KNOW WHAT?
THE TOUGHEST PART OF SURVIVAL
IS THE PSYCHOLOGICAL PART.
AND AFTER FIVE DAYS WITH NOTHING
BUT DANDELIONS
AND VIOLETS TO EAT,
COOKED FISH IS GONNA DO THE JOB.
ABOUT THE ONLY THING I’M GONNA
TAKE OUT OF THIS FISH
IS THE INTESTINES.
I COULD ACTUALLY
PROBABLY EAT THEM,
ALTHOUGH IT’S NOT GOOD TO EAT
THE INTESTINES WITH ALL THE —
EH, WHATEVER.
FORGET IT.
I DON’T EVEN KNOW
WHAT I’M GONNA SAY.
I JUST GOT TO COOK THIS THING
AND GET EATING.
ENOUGH FILMING.
THIS IS
ABOUT AS GOOD AS IT GETS,
WHEN IT COMES TO SURVIVAL.
YEAH!
WHOO-HOO-HOO!
I CAN’T BELIEVE IT.
NOT BAD FOR NEVER HAVING
FLY-FISHED BEFORE.
THIS MAKES SURVIVAL
A WHOLE OTHER STORY.
THERE’S A FEW COMPONENTS
TO SURVIVAL.
THE WILL TO LIVE IS OBVIOUSLY
ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT ONES.
THE PHYSICAL CONDITIONING
YOU’RE IN —
WHAT KIND OF STATE OF HEALTH
YOU’RE IN
WHEN YOU START SURVIVAL.
SOMETIMES EVEN
JUST DUMB LUCK MATTERS A LOT,
AS TO WHETHER OR NOT
YOU’RE GONNA SURVIVE.
THE ONE ELEMENT THAT
I ALWAYS ADD IS YOUR KIT.
IF YOU’VE GOT SOMETHING
IN YOUR KIT TO HELP YOU,
IT CAN MAKE A HUGE DIFFERENCE
IN WHETHER OR NOT YOU SURVIVE.
AND FOR THE RIDERS THAT HEAD OUT
INTO THE COLORADO ROCKIES,
SOMETIMES ALL IT TAKES
IS ONE FLY-FISHING ROD,
AND YOU’VE GOT ENOUGH TO SURVIVE
UNTIL YOU GET HOME.
IT’S CERTAINLY GONNA HELP ME.
OOH!
NOW, THIS IS MORE LIKE IT!
LOOK AT THAT.
NOW, THERE IS A SURVIVAL MEAL.
I GOT MY DANDELIONS,
MY YELLOW AND PURPLE VIOLETS,
AND THE MAIN COURSE.
ALL RIGHT, SO I’VE ALSO COOKED
THE INTERNAL ORGANS —
THE LIVER, THE HEART,
EVEN SOME OF THE EGGS —
WELL, ALL OF THE EGGS
THAT ARE IN THESE FISH.
IT’S ALL EDIBLE, ALL GOOD.
AND THERE IS NOTHING
LIKE FRESH-COOKED FISH,
LET ME TELL YOU.
MMM!
WOW, THAT’S GOOD!
OOH!
MAN, HOT FOOD.
WHEN IT COMES TO SURVIVAL,
HOT FOOD IS JUST —
IT’S SUCH A BONUS.
OOH.
THAT’S BETTER
THAN EATING IT RAW.
I’M GONNA COME DOWN
AND BRUSH REMINGTON AND FLINT.
ONCE AGAIN, THEY’RE JUST
COVERED WITH MOSQUITOES,
ESPECIALLY REMINGTON,
THE BROWN HORSE.
I GUESS THEY LIKE
THAT COLOR BETTER
‘CAUSE THEY’RE ALL OVER HIM.
HEY.
HEY, REMINGTON.
HEY, BUDDY.
COME HERE.
[ MOSQUITOES BUZZING ]
SEE WHAT I MEAN?
HE’S JUST COVERED.
I COME OUT HERE QUITE OFTEN,
BUT IT DOESN’T REALLY DO
MUCH GOOD.
HE LIKES IT, ANYWAY, I CAN TELL.
THAT’S JUST AN INSANE AMOUNT
OF MOSQUITOES.
IF THAT MANY MOSQUITOES WERE ON
ME, I’D BE GOING OUT OF MY MIND.
POOR FELLA.
[ UP-TEMPO BLUES PLAYS
ON HARMONICA ]
TIME TO SADDLE UP,
HEAD FOR GREENER PASTURES.
HEY, REMINGTON.
HEY, BUDDY.
GOT ONE.
WATCH, REMINGTON ALWAYS FOLLOWS.
NOW THEY’RE CAUGHT.
NOW I CAN SADDLE UP.
THERE YOU GO.
A LOT OF WORK
TAKING CARE OF HORSES.
FEELING WEAK.
TO CARRY A FIRE BUNDLE
THAT REGULARLY NEEDS TENDING TO

WHILE RIDING A HORSE
IS JUST NOT GOING TO WORK.

SO I’LL HAVE TO LEAVE
MY FIRE BEHIND

AS I BEGIN MY TREK OUT OF HERE.
YOU’RE DOING GOOD.
YOU’RE DOING GOOD.
THAT’S IT, FLINT.
THAT’S IT.
[ HORSE WHICKERS ]
EVERYWHERE I CAN STOP
AND GET SOME MORE FOOD,
I’VE GOT TO DO THAT.
EACH TIME,
IT MEANS TYING UP THE HORSES
AND THEN GETTING INTO THE AREA.
AND IT COULD BE
A LOT OF EFFORT FOR NOTHING,
SO HOPEFULLY, A FEW FISH
WILL OUTWEIGH THE BENEFITS
OF CLIMBING DOWN THIS
AND CLIMBING BACK UP AGAIN.
[ WATER RUSHING ]
OKAY.
HERE’S A NICE —
IT’S A NICE LITTLE POOL
RIGHT OVER HERE
I’M GONNA TRY
AND DROP MY FLY INTO.
OH, MAN, THAT WAS FUNNY.
I WAS JUST ACTUALLY MAKING SURE
THAT I HAD A FLY STILL ON MY —
THE END OF MY ROD,
AND I WAS JUST SORT OF
FLINGING IT BACK AND FORTH
AND I ACTUALLY SNAGGED
A LITTLE GUY.
MMM.
NOW, THAT’S FRESH FISH.
IT’S GOOD, IF POSSIBLE, STILL,
TO GET RID OF THE INTESTINES
AND GUNK.
THAT’S THE ONLY THING
THAT’LL GIVE IT A BITTER TASTE.
MMM.
IF YOU EAT THEM ALL,
YOU GET A TON OF NUTRIENTS.
I’M GONNA GO BACK
TO THE SUSHI BAR.
EASY.
EASY. EASY.
AND ON WE GO.
THE TRIP BACK OUT
TOWARDS THE RANCH

FOLLOWS A VALLEY THE WHOLE WAY.
OFTEN, THAT’S THE ONLY WAY
TO FIND YOUR WAY OUT.

IN THIS PART OF THE WORLD,
YOU CAN FOLLOW THE COURSE
OF THE WATERWAYS.

EVENTUALLY, THEY’LL LEAD YOU
TO CIVILIZATION.

WELL, THERE’S —
I HAVE NO FIRE, OF COURSE,
FOR THIS LAST NIGHT.
SO I’VE JUST DECIDED TO HUDDLE
UNDERNEATH THE TARP HERE.
WEATHER’S FINE.
I DON’T THINK IT’S GONNA RAIN.
MOSQUITOES HAVE ALL GONE IN NOW.
IT’S COOL ENOUGH.
AND THIS IS KIND OF LIKE NIGHT
NUMBER ONE ALL OVER AGAIN.
SO I’M JUST GONNA HUDDLE HERE
AND HEAD OUT IN THE MORNING.
WHOA.
YOU KNOW, SURVIVING
IN THE COLORADO ROCKIES
MIGHT NOT BE THAT TOUGH OF
A CHALLENGE THIS TIME OF YEAR,
WITH A LOT OF WILD EDIBLES,
AND IF YOU GOT
A FLY-FISHING ROD,
YOU CAN CATCH BROOK TROUT.
BUT THROW IN LOOKING AFTER
A COUPLE OF BIG ANIMALS…
WHOA, FLINT, WHOA.
…AND THE RULES CHANGE
DRASTICALLY.
OF COURSE, THE BEST PART IS
THEY CAN TAKE ME HOME.
LET’S GO, FLINT.
LET’S GO HOME.
MOUNTAIN MEN, PIONEERS,
AND THE ORIGINAL
NATIVE INHABITANTS
HAVE ALL CALLED THIS AREA HOME.
ON OCCASION,
WHEN THE MOUNTAIN CHANGES,
THEY MAY HAVE EVEN CURSED IT
AND WISHED THEY WERE SAFE
IN THE FLATLANDS.
EITHER WAY,
YOU CAN’T FORCE YOUR OWN AGENDA
ON NATURE OUT HERE.
MOUNTAIN’S GOT ITS OWN WAYS.

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