I think chickens ususally get skewered rather than screwed, but, hey, whatever you're into is fine, Steve.bluerail wrote: I am such a chicken when it comes to getting screwed out there.
Stan,zippetydude wrote:Interesting. Most of it makes sense, but I would actually disagree with 5b and 10.
Keep my boots on?!? And headgear? The hotter my body gets internally (boots and especially headgear are notorious for increasing core temperature), the more sweat it will put out to compensate. I want to do as much as I can to feel cool without letting the sun hit my skin directly.How about just socks on my feet and maybe a hat perched lightly above my head, maybe wedged in a bush?
For number 10, it's mostly sensible, but if you have significant water, you should ration it to the point at least where you're peeing infrequently. If you're gulping down your water and your pee is clear, you're squandering the most valuable resource you have.
On the flip side, I think the advice about not eating is especially true. Not only does eating require water, but I've heard that fasting actually causes the muscles to release water into the blood stream. This could be a hidden source of water that I would never have thought about. Ellen, if you read this, is that true about the muscles releasing water? Is that why people pee up a storm when they go on those low carb diets?
Anyway, thanks lcpl (lieutenant corporal, right?!) for an interesting post.
Eat them of course.Snowhiker wrote:In regards to #7: DO NOT EAT ANYTHING.
I always take way more water than I need, but.....what if I lose my water and I only have one or two large juicy oranges. Eat them or not?
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