Be Prepared Survival School
Survival in Seattle Learning about survival can be a humbling experience. We’d all like to think that when the situation makes its appearance, we should be able to response with proven Survival Tactics. The harsh reality about survival is that when you find yourself in a true survival situation you won’t “Rise To The Occasion”, but will instead default to your level of training. Your expectations will meet reality with unique adaptations of the training that you have acquired. Raise your expectations with positive action to meet the situation with confidence and adapting skills. Join us for a condensed, intensive course on practical, simple and proven Survival Methods for you and your family. Learn a valuable Set-of-Survival Skills that will build confidence and empower you! The Three Hour class is divided into three sections: Under Survive and Thrive: (1) The Single Most Important Survival Skill (2) 21 Fail Safe Ways to Start a Fire (3) Build Your Own Survival Kit This 3-hour course includes a light lunch and all the materials needed. Driving time from Seattle allow 2.5 hours.
Former teacher, Dave Button, spent his childhood in Newhalem, Washington along the Skagit River where he first started rafting. After earning his teaching degree from Western Washington University, Dave was stationed first in Arizona and later in Alaska where he completed his military duty. While teaching elementary school in Washington, Dave started his first tour business, Pacific Northwest Float Trips in 1974 and became Washington state’s first commercial river rafting business. Inspired by the legendary Georgie White who guided him on a Grand Canyon Colorado River white water trip, Button returned to the Pacific NW to start his own company. Since then, he has operated raft trips, sightseeing tours & eco-nature excursions in Alaska, Washington, Oregon and Arizona. Pacific NW Float Trips pioneered rafting on many Washington Rivers and trained numerous raft guides throughout the Pacific Northwest. Pacific NW Float Trips has been featured in newspapers, television and radio since its very beginning. Most recently Button’s company was featured on the the NBC Today Show segment about eagles on the Skagit River and an interview with NPR radio. With a penchant for adventure, Button and his guides have guided nature trips for wildlife viewing, white water thrillers and novelty adventures.
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