Wilderness First Aid Course a Success

Tuesday, 22 April 2008
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Things have been a little busy over the past week and a bit. As mentioned earlier, I finished the second weekend of a wilderness first aid course. It ended up being a lot of fun. In fact, a lot more fun then I expected.

I did a little summery over the two weekends and I discovered that I got really busted up. Throughout the course I broke my collar bone, one knee, right forearm and sent into shock several times. Oh yeah, I also got a spinal but don't worry a miracle took place and I got healed as soon as the scenario was finished.

Things have been a little busy over the past week and a bit. As mentioned earlier, I finished the second weekend of a wilderness first aid course. It ended up being a lot of fun. In fact, a lot more fun then I expected.

I did a little summery over the two weekends and I discovered that I got really busted up. Throughout the course I broke my collar bone, one knee, right forearm and sent into shock several times. Oh yeah, I also got a spinal but don't worry a miracle took place and I got healed as soon as the scenario was finished.

David Johnston

David Johnston

David Johnston has been introducing people to the sport of sea kayaking for the past 15 years. He is a senior instructor trainer with Paddle Canada and teaches for several paddling schools in Ontario, Canada. Full Bio.

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