Our Hunter-Gatherer Training in Pictures

Last June 21-22, we had a 24-hour hunter-gatherer training in JEST (Jungle Environment Survival Training) Camp.

Some trekking “between” trees was involved.

We drank water from inside vines and bamboo; we also cooked inside bamboos.

We made stuff out of bamboo, this was delicate work – as delicate as this feather from a peacock and these mushrooms.

White smoke rising up. White rice – yum! These white mushrooms are not edible, tho.

Finally, our shining moment. And what we got: a certificate and a shiny JEST Camp survivors’ pin. 😉

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In response to the following photo challenges:

The Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: “Between”

A Word in Your Ear’s A Word a Week Photo Challenge: “Inside”

A Word in Your Ear’s A Word a Week Photo Challenge: “Delicate”

Jennifer Nichole Wells’ One Word Photo Challenge: “White”

Where’s My Backpack’s Travel Theme: “Shine”

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