Kellie Nightlinger, Wildlife Survivalist and Adventurist
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Kellie Nightlinger, Wilderness Survivalist & Adventurist
Kellie's Bucket List
Life is so short; all too quickly it is gone. Every day is a precious gift from the heavens. There is the date you are born, the date you die and in the middle there is the dash.
"Live for the Dash"
I have so many wild dreams that I would have to be cloned to accomplish them all. I "Carpe Diem" every day.
|I run "high-speed, low drag" from the time I get up until the time I go to sleep with a purposeful time set aside each day to smell and admire whatever wild roses I encounter along my journey and to thank the Creator for this beautiful world in which I am blessed to explore. |
Personal Challenge: Live in the Wilds for 365 days 24-7 subsisting legally off of the land and water.
|Places: to go on a photo safari to national parks in various countries in Africa and to improve water quality in remote villages by teaching water purification methods. |
Dominican Republic to visit my cousins' (Rosemary and Dawlin)'s mission and Avacodo Farm.
To Nunuvut-Canada's Newest and remote province to film a Inuit Polar Bear, Whale,and Seal Hunt and how they utilize the meat and animal parts to sustain themselves and their villages.
Hunting Trips: to harvest a free-ranging wild Red Stag in New Zealand, and a Rocky Mountain Elk with my bow, and a Musk-Ox with my bow, and another Alligator with a harpoon
Cultural Expeditions: to travel the shores of James and Hudson Bays in the Aleutian Bidarka kayak I made while learning, photographing, videoing, and documenting the Inuit culture.
Paddle in Ojibwe Master Craftsman Ron Paquin's Birch Bark canoe re-tracing the Fur Trade Route.
|Activities: Parasail, Hanglide, Power-Paraglide, Ice Surf, Rollerblade-Marathon, Arctic explore, multi-day dog sled, commercial fish, and jungle explore |
Books to Write: A tell-all Wild Woman Autobiography, a wild edible cookbook, and A book depicting amazing Bush Plane Pilots.
"Get outdoors and Go Buck Wild."