In today’s electronic age the use of paper and pen is quickly becoming a thing of the past. Although pen and paper is quickly falling to the wayside, there is still a lot of utility in having a tangible way of recording information.
Our selection of Rite in the Rain products gives you plenty of choices when it comes to your preferred utensils. Using a Fisher Space Pen along with Rite in the Rain notebook means you will be able to write in pretty much any condition. Whether you are under water, upside down, or in zero gravity, you will still be able to write without fear of the ink smearing or the paper tearing.
The irony of typing out a paragraph or two about a product that defies the electronic age is reason enough for me to carry one. After watching the video below I’m sure you’ll want one too.
Most people are familiar with survival shows on television such as “Man vs. Wild” and “Survivorman”; I have always been intrigued my the miraculous stories about surviving in the elements and beating the odds. It just amazes me what the human body and mind can endure once face to face with death.Â I recently read the book entitled “Survive” by Peter DeLeo, and it really got me thinking… I am CPR, First Aid, Defibrillator trained, and like to think that I know enough about nature, camping, and the outdoors… but do I have what it takes to survive, really survive something if I were put in a similar situation?
In his narrative, Peter describes his experience and provides the reader with many great survival tips. His story begins in 1994Â when he and two of his friends and colleagues take a trip in his small single engine Maule plane to the High Sierras to take some photographs of the awe-inspiring scenery. Unfortunately, the trip takes a disastrous turn for the worst when the plane crashes into the mountain range. All three passengers are alive (but severely injured) when the plane comes to a stop. The remainder of the story tells aboutÂ Peter’sÂ journey, hiking over 45 miles in 13 days with 16+ broken bones, and discusses what kept him going. A must read in my opinion.
I would love to know what books other people recommend that are about survival, or extreme circumstances that are overcome!