Hey everyone, I'm sure not too many people read or check this forum but decided I'd listen to the message and post here for my first post. I'm just a 30 year old married guy from Northern California (specifically San Francisco right now) who owns a medical marijuana collective. I've lived all over the country (8 different states,) was born in Louisiana, and grew up in Idaho and Mississippi. I've unfortunately *never* even been hunting, but I've been camping a good bit as a kid, but never in a survival or test-your-skills scenario. I just concluded one day that if **** hit the proverbial fan, that without a grocery store and the "easy" way of living and acquiring food, I would be pretty at a loss on what to do. I figured the best thing I can do for my wife and I is learn how to hunt, learn primitive skills, and learn survival techniques and strategies. If things go bad, whether earthquake or otherwise, I want to be able to immediately leave the cities and go to the mountains/hills/rural area and be able to hunt, fish, camp, and in general survive with my wife and I.
Anyways, hopefully I can learn some of the aforementioned skills here and possibly meet some people that can help me learn to hunt (or tell me where to go to learn) and learn other survival skills. I imagine these things are much easier to learn on-hand and in real-life scenarios, rather than trying to learn to hunt or survive reading a book. Hope everyone had a good holiday and New Years.