How to have an Epic Weekend in the Wilderness

By Paul Pinkerton
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How to have an Epic Weekend in the Wilderness

Paul Pinkerton
 
 
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We’re grateful to the amazing Nikki van Schyndel (aka Daisy Crocket) for sharing some of her life and adventures with us here on Outdoor Revival.

 

In this video by Nikki you can see why she’s chosen the life that she lives in the place that she lives it, it’s an amazing testament to nature and the world around us.

This video captures a weekend that she’s out and about and some fo the wildlife she encounters, it starts with dolphins swimming along side her boat and then on to an owl, progressing on to Whales in the bay, big shoal of fish caught up in a natural holding pen, waterfall, and Nikki loves her Bears, and there’s a couple in here as well.

 

It’s an amazing place and it’s some amazing footage that’s we’ll worth watching, at the end of the Video she points out that we should be living lives full of miracles as well and I have to completely agree with her, our lives should be filled with miracles.

It’s worth pointing out that that to have those experiences, to have your own in your own part of the world, where you live you need to get out and have some adventure, get into the wilderness, or the sea, the river or the hills, get on your bike, or in your boots, pick up your backpack or your surfboard and go and do. Then you will have rewarding experiences and see amazing things.

That’s what we at Outdoor revival want for all of us…

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Nikki van Schyndel

Adventurer – Wilderness Guide – Expert Tracker & Primitive Survivalist
Tired of waiting for her plane to crash or a worldwide technical disaster to create a real-life survival emergency, Nikki paid someone to abandon her on a deserted island in the wilderness for nearly two years, testing her skills and learning the truths of survival. From dream home to lean-to, diamonds to bear claws, Nikki shares this incredible journey in her bestselling book Becoming Wild.

 

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