Cody and Dave take on the scenario of two ranchers, stranded on the Northern Great Plains in Montana during the dead of winter. Their only survival supplies are the charred remains of a ... See full summary »

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Cody and Dave take on the scenario of two ranchers, stranded on the Northern Great Plains in Montana during the dead of winter. Their only survival supplies are the charred remains of a burned-down shack: an axe head, a bison hide, a glass jar, a metal tin and a steel striker. Written by Anonymous

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Colder Than A........
14 June 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Dave and Cody are somewhere on the frozen plains of Montana during the winter - not a place you really want to be unless you're inside a toasty home.

As Cody explains: "Winter in Montana. Picture a headstone with your name on it. That's the story." Later, Dave chimes in: "This place is colder than a tin toilet seat on the shady side of an iceberg." That's one reason I like this: you never know what wacky thing these guys will say, moment to moment.

Speaking of wacky, Cody walks through the frozen tundra of snow wearing shorts and wool socks - no shoes. At first, I thought, it can't be that cold or he wouldn't do that but about a third of the way into the episode it's explained why he is doing that. His partner is not happy with it, and I can't blame him.

Anyway, this episode features, among other things, bison hides, flint-rocks, sinkholes, char-cloth, sleeping in hale bales, wind chills, rocky descents, cooking eating mice, and a whole bunch of interesting ways to survive in bad elements.


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