Have you ever climbed a cliff when you went trout fishing? These guys did. Join us on another Nature Reliance Media podcast episode of Lost and Found, where we break down an outdoor adventure gone awry.
The Chief of Wolfe County Search and Rescue, John May (second from left in photo below), joins Craig and Tracy (far right) for this episode. John sets the podcast up by sharing the details of the intended fishermen’s trip, followed by the 911 call, how the two ended up high on a cliff, the rescue, and much more.
As you listen to the podcast, you can reference the map below the podcast player to help you visualize the events as they unfold.
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Craig Caudillis the Founder and Chief Instructor of Nature Reliance School. He specializes in teaching outdoor related topics to include, survival, tracking, nature awareness and more for private or public groups, and government agencies. Craig is the author of three books, Extreme Wilderness Survival and Ultimate Wilderness Gear, and Essential Wilderness Navigation (co-authored with Tracy Trimble) from Page Street Publishing, distributed by Macmillan Publishing as well as co-author of The Tiny Survival Guide.
Craig is also co-host of the popularThe Survival Show podcast, is a frequent contributor to TV outlets, blog sites, magazines and is a popular online outdoor educator. Pick up the books, subscribe to him onYoutube, or join Craig and the other NRS Instructors in a class so they can help you be more safe and aware in the outdoors.
Tracy Trimble is an active instructor at Nature Reliance School and specializes in teaching land navigation and related topics. He is a co-author of Essential Wilderness Navigation from Page Street Publishing. He is an active volunteer firefighter and search and rescue member. The SAR team handles on average 50 events a year.Share This