Clean Drinking Water

There are essentially two kinds of water in the wild. Potable water that is already purified and then there is water that will make you sick or even kill you.


Boiling your water is the only way to guarantee clean drinking water. Unfortunately boiling water may not be an option. If you are unable to boil your water try to stay away from questionable water sources such as puddles, streams or other stagnant long terms sources.

Rain, snow, and dew are reliable sources of clean water you can collect with surprising ease, and they do not need to be purified. With a couple of bandanas you can collect many gallons of water in a short period of time by soaking up dew and ringing out the bandanas. You can also squeeze water from vines, thistle, and certain cacti.


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