Topic: Learn About Common Outdoor Injuries
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There is no 911 out in the woods! You can't call the local fire department to come and help when you are way off the road. Often times you will be far from the nearest medical aid and you need to learn some basic things before you start your trip.

Try to study the basic first aid tips related to the kind of recreation you are doing. If you ski, learn about skiing injuries. If you cycle, learn about common cycling injuries. If you raft, learning about hypothermia and resuscitation. And we all should know some basic first aid and CPR techniques.

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CAUTION: Do not assume that just because you have a cellular telephone, you are in contact with the civilized world. There are no cell sites within range just a few miles off the main roads. You need to assure that you are prepared to give immediate first aid in case of an accident or injury to yourself or your family.
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