Hatchet Survival Kit - Weebly

Hatchet Survival Kit - Weebly

Hatchet Survival Kit By: Matt Filicette Hatchet If you were stuck in the wild like Brian you would want a hatchet with you. If you want to cut a lot of wood for a shelter and a fire you would need a hatchet. A hatchet could also give

you protection. Those are some of the things a hatchet is useful for in the wilderness. Fist Aid Kit I would want a first aid kit in my survival kit. If I get wounded in any way I would have my first aid kit handy with me. When Brian got shot

by a porcupine he couldnt do anything about it. If he had a first aid kit he couldve fixed it up right away. Fishing Pole My third item in my survival kit is a fishing pole. I put a fishing pole in it because if I was alone in the wilderness for forty-seven days I

would want something to eat. I could use my fishing pole to catch fish. Blanket I chose a blanket as my fourth item because if I was stuck in the wild I would want a blanket to sleep on. If Brian had a blanket he could use it to sleep on it instead of sleeping on

sand. Brian could also use it as a wall for his shelter. Matches I would want matches in my survival kit. I would want matches in my survival kit because if I caught some fish and I want to cook them I would have matches to make a fire. The fire

could also give me warmth and protection from wild animals. Bug Spray In Hatchet Brian gets attacked by mosquitoes. If he had bug spray he could have put it on. He also could have sprayed the area with bug spray. After the mosquitoes attacked

him he had swollen eyes, face, and forehead. Wireless Radio When Brian was in the plane and he was using the radio, he lost connection. If he had a wireless radio he could have called the people back to come and rescue him. Brian could

have also called the rescue plane to come and save him before it turned around. Seeds If Brian had seeds he could have used them in many ways. He could plant them and have a harvest in the fall. Brian could use them as bait to catch

fish or attract animals for meat. He could eat sunflower seeds if he wants to save the fish for later.

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