Hello every one my friends call me Comrad and your all welcome to follow suit.
I'm new to all this however I will be taking to the high seas as soon as the winds blow me over.
I'm a survival expert albeit I I specialize in woodland survival.
which jungles are a kin to also I know how to get around the bayous too.
Desert survival I can swing at but honestly if I'm in a desert something has went very very wrong... Sea survival is something I'd feel as confident as any one would or could be, but let's face it the best survival strategy is to minimize risk and try to avoid a survival situation in the first place. Unless its a test of ones self.
I'm a former Arkansas national guard member
Former truck driver former carpenter
and shade tree mechanic
Today I was a online college student but Monday would be the point of no return before being fully committed.
Today I got on a wild hair and started thinking yes I know too much thinking is a bad thing or at least what every one tells me.
Chances to get ahead don't come my way too often.
And being straped in for four years till I got a pay off aka degree is a long time.
Here's the golden nugget trade school
I'd be finished in a year and have a trade
again. So thought as a marine mechanic
I could virtually have a job at any port and use it to finance my dreams would love to hear thoughts on that.
I'm a 27 year old male looking to start a new life all over again.
I swear I feel like I've had so many different lives in my sort run so far each chapter seems like a new life.
I'm looking foreword to meeting you all