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Like the 1800's, and recently with military Afghanistan operations, the horse had proven it's value in moving people and gear in remote areas.  There is an art to the ride, and a science in the strategies.  No experience necessary, horses are gentle and the guide is very knowledgeable on horse back riding.  Riding may include crossing paved roads, streams, woodlands, hills, and ravine.  The group will stop for lunch while on a trail.  Trail ride will last 4-6 hours. 

CAMPING:  It's sounds so simple, but what if you are hiding out?

There are many things to consider when doing a campout during a survival situation.  This class covers those with classroom training, then field training.  You will be impressed with the knowledge of our staff, and the list of equipment you should have.    This class will cover seasonal considerations: Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter.   It will also cover regional considerations: dessert, jungle, woodlands, artic.   Actual campsites will be set up for the classes.


This picture is an actual active hospital in a war zone.  No electricity.  The only thing sterile in this place is human urine.  A major disaster or war could leave you to treat injuries to yourself or your family.  Do you know what to do?  Do you know how to transport the wounded to help?  This class will be offered for general knowledge, and optional classes for Red Cross CPR and First Aid Certifications.   In the event of a lack of Para-rescue, it will be up to you to provide care to your group.  Sgt. Greg Knox has EMT and Red Cross Certifications, but more importantly he was a Special Forces "A TEAM" medical advisor.