Editor’s note: This is the last in the series of articles by guest author Kyt Lyn Walken on tracking and its applicability to prepping.
Now it’s time to discuss about two further aspects: movement and, consequentially, the principles of stalking.
Author demonstrating technique“The tragedy of life is not what men suffer, but what they miss” (Thomas Carlyle, quoted by Tom Brown Jr. in “Tom Brown’s Field Guide – Nature Observation and Tracking”, 1983).
I often admonish my students as their eagerness to learn tracking pushes them into a much hectic (and rapid!)
She has been an outdoors and tracking enthisast since childhood.

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