Everyone loves a good stroll in the forest, but did you know that as you are walking in nature you are probably making one of 3 fundamental mistakes? Let’s review them together.
1. NO BREADCRUMBS
This is perhaps the most classic mistake made by people who walk in the forest. How do you expect to find your way back to the cabin if there is no trail of breadcrumbs? How can you leave such a trail if you don’t plan in advance? Don’t disappear in the forest! Be sure to prepare a sack of crusty bread before your next jaunt into the enchanted, woody wonderland.
2. YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT THE PLURAL OF BIGFOOT IS
Let’s get one thing clear before you set a single foot inside a forest: the plural of bigfoot is bigfeet. Not bigfoots, not bigfeets, bigfeet. How could you enter a forest without being properly prepared?
3. RAISIN BREAD
Many people rush into the forest without adequate provisions. Carry raisin bread to ensure you do not grow faint on your trail. Raisin bread can also be used as breadcrumbs in an emergency.
In addition to being The Gorko‘s own Theme Expert, Teddy is an avid outdoorsman and hiking expert. He can be contacted at @TedTheme and will happily answer questions about the forest.
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