Ray Mears is a man who can shape a canoe out of natural materials, make fire without matches, track man or wolf, make shelter of snow or sticks, and knows which plant is good to eat and which is not. But where his drive to be outside came from, what prompted his interest in nature, and why he took the route he has in life is now clear, through this, his autobiography:
Published today, My Outdoor Life tells the story of how a young boy growing up on the North Downs of England eventually became one of the world’s most highly regarded figures in the field of Bushcraft and survival.
My Outdoor Life is now available to purchase in the following formats:
- My Outdoor Life – Hardback (signed by Ray Mears)
- My Outdoor Life – Hardback (unsigned)
- My Outdoor Life for iBook
- My Outdoor Life for Kindle
On the morning of the book’s release day, Ray was a guest on the BBC1 Breakfast Show; catch his appearance below: