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Les Stroud (Survivorman) drops off the grid permanently with his family

 
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I'm pretty sure I've seen this. Isn't this before he started survivorman? Hes now separated from his wife. Don't get me wrong we love Les. We watch his shows on Netflix with the kids all the time. If it's new I'll have to check it out.
 
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There are some good lessons to be learned from this video.

Getting emotionally caught up in an idea to the point where you commit regardless of the timing is one example.
 
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Huh? We love Les. I was just curious about the permanently part. I'm pretty sure this was made quite awhile ago that's all. Wasn't trying to be rude or anything. I was really hoping this was something new!!

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saw a movie about this... he wasn't able to build anything and had to hire contractors to do it all...

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oh, i think this is the movie haha... interesting, but ordering pre-fab cabin kits and hiring contractors to assemble them really is kinda ironic.
 
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