• Pick a direction - the direction you believe to most likely lead to civilization or a road - and walk in that direction until you find something. If you happen across a stream or river, walk downstream (because that is more likely to be where a town is).
  • use my Apple 7 Watch
  • If I was lost in the woods with a mobile phone without a working battery I would do my best to retrace my steps as I entered the forrest.
  • Having been one who wasn't afraid to serve his country, I was taught land navigation long before there was such a thing as cell phones. I know how to navigate by the stars and build a compass from things I find in nature.
    • Linda Joy
      Yes, but in my condition I'd likely have a cardiac event before getting out if I had somehow been transported to the middle of the woods with a low cell battery and no backup power to begin with!! hahaha
    • Hulk70166
      So tell us, how would you navigate back to camp?
  • Use my Apple watch
  • I'd use my Apple Watch.
  • if you are relying on your phone for directions you shouldn't ever leave a city. How did people ever get around 40 years ago. What if I rarely carry my phone with me? I think I've answered this question before and you lot have deleted my last answer as it must of upset a pathetic ?
    • Linda Joy
      So you thought a personal attack on those who disagree with you would help this answer stay longer? Or is it your goal to see how long they take to delete them? Or can you simply not recognize the connection with the deletion of answers to the personal attacks?
  • I think the rescue unit would probably transport out the remains if they ever find them.
  • Ÿ˜ŒI'd scream "Donald Trump should be in jail," or "Donald Trump should go back to Russia where he belongs" long and hard enough so that a Trumptard would find me and start yelling back. There are plenty of Trumptards out there in them thar woods. lol ๐Ÿ˜Ž
  • Go back in the direction the way you entered the woods if you can remember the steps youโ€™re to retrace.

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