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Old 12-06-2017, 12:51 PM   #1
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Wilderness First Aid

Just got my Wilderness First Aid Certification from Wilderness safety council.
so if you have a broken leg/femur, or any other injury and see me coming to the rescue, RUN!!!!!
not sure who has WFA or is familiar with it but wow, not what i expected,
what a deceiving title to begin with,
course was long and hard, not your typical first aid course,
anyone interested in extending their wilderness first aid knowledge base i highly recommend WFA course.
and if anyone has any questions on the course feel free to message me

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