If I wanted to live in the Alaskan wilderness for the rest of my life without responsibilities could I?
- OwlTradingLv 74 years agoFavorite Answer
Just like this guy: http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=8XXMmlcK4tU
- jimanddottaylorLv 74 years ago
Probably you can live in the wilderness of Alaska or New Mexico, or maybe a prison somewhere, if you want to, but I doubt if you could avoid responsibility
- Anonymous4 years ago
You probably could but without experience it would be very difficult. The weather is very harsh and food is
difficult to find. Shelter would be a major problem at least at first. If I were younger I might give it a try but I am too old now.
- JetDocLv 74 years ago
Yeah. Certainly. "The rest of your life" would probably be sometime in the middle of the first winter when you would freeze to death. OR maybe the next spring when you are attacked and eaten by a bear.
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- WilliamLv 74 years ago
Since when is a daily struggle to survive not a responsibility?
- perfectlybakedLv 74 years ago
...or out of a VW Bus with a surfboard... but once you commit to that it's hard to go back.
It's hard to get hired with no job history at a latter age so consider carefully.
- chrisLv 74 years ago
No, you would still be responsible to keep a clean camp, find your own food, shelter, and prevent your own untimely demise.
- MountainManLv 74 years ago
Yes, just plan on a very short life expectancy.
- AndrewLv 74 years ago