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  1. When I read that you used an emergency beacon to get help for the man you saved, I said to myself “Finally, someone who is well-prepared for contingencies ” Job well done! If I was going to the middle of nowhere, I would bring a beacon, too. I never understand people who either don’t recognize the risk of being out of contact or ignore it.

    • Hi Bob! Years of experience, some volunteer time with SAR, and a little bit of scouting has taught me that being over prepared is always better than being caught under prepared.
      Stay safe out there,

  2. I’m in the UK. I’ve just read about your rescue in the desert. You are an amazing person. Such presence of mind and courage. You did exactly the right thing, saved a life and made a difference. Respect.

    • Thanks Pam, I’ll keep trying my best to be a decent human being and inspiring others to go outside and explore. Cheers!

  3. You are a hero! Gregory Randolph would not be alive without your help. Happy trails for both of you!

  4. Way to go Tomas. You saved a life. Just read your article on my local paper. I’m in san Diego.

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