Its late spring and you’ve decided to try your hand at foraging. You have a couple of trusted reference manuals and have found a place off the beaten path, so things shouldn’t be too terribly picked over. You’ve seen a few different plants that you’ve been able to identify and pick.
Then it dawns on you that you have been walking for a while and you decide to take a break and have some water. While you are looking at everything you’ve found, it occurs to you that you’ve been out for well over an hour. You realize that you’ve been looking so hard for plants to identify and going back and forth to your reference book, that you’re not sure where exactly you are.
You’re sure you can find your way but after fifteen minutes, nothing looks familiar… You’re lost and there is no cell service.
So, what would you do?
(Check the comments section to see the answers from everyone as well as to add your own.)
Oh and the “I never get lost in the woods” doesn’t count, there is always the possibility of something happening to disorient you long enough to lose track of where you are. Have a plan just in case.