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We&#x;re so excited to announce that survivalist Britt Ahart (from the History Channel&#x;s show Alone ) will be at Lehman&#x;s on June 1. Come hear him speak about his experiences and more.

I probably am a little crazy, admits Britt Ahart with a laugh.

Born and raised in Virginia just outside of Washington, D.C., some people might agree with Ahart&#x;s description of his sanity. That&#x;s because Ahart has unexpected side to him: a passion for primitive living and outdoor skills.

When it comes to wilderness survival, Ahart has few equals. Bush craft is just what it sounds like: crafting tools and equipment in the bush. It&#x;s things like taking a branch and fabricating it into a snare of sorts, explains Ahart. It&#x;s taking what nature provides and using it for your needs.

Primarily self-taught, Ahart came to the attention of the History Channel&#x;s reality TV show Alone and found himself braving the wilderness of Mongolia and Patagonia for months at a time, living off his wits and survival skills. The former FedEx accounting employee now spends his days as a school bus driver, opting not to return to the corporate world after his stay in Mongolia.

Having shelter, creating fire, staying fed and hydrated are the obvious &#x;musts&#x; when it comes to any sort of sustained survival, says Ahart of his wilderness excursions. Being short of any one of those can mean disaster. Aside from that, what really works for me are my frame of mind, my resourcefulness and my creativity. When things were down, I was able to stay positive and find a way to overcome. Britt Ahart Walking

Surprisingly, a profession as seemingly unrelated as accounting proved useful for wilderness survival, specifically organizational skills and attention to detail. I have a focused brain, says Ahart. I&#x;m able to categorize and keep things in a concise, orderly fashion. That absolutely carried into my journey on the show as well as my everyday home life.

Ahart always felt a strong affinity for the wilderness. I&#x;m a solitary person by nature, he admits. I enjoy being by myself and outside doing things on my own. I&#x;ve always been that way. I didn&#x;t fit in with most of the groups I grew up with.

His early skills were honed in the Boy Scouts, but his fascination with bush craft far surpassed anything he could be taught &#x; so he taught himself. His interest in the History Channel&#x;s Alone series was the ultimate challenge of his abilities. It was something I thought was real and would actually pit you against yourself outdoors, he notes. I thought it would be an excellent way to see what I could do on my own.

Ahart has advice for those interested in a more prepared lifestyle. It&#x;s hard to prepare for everything, he explains. For those who are trying to prepare, I recommend learning basic skills for outdoor survival. Can you make a fire? Can you find water? Can you build a shelter? Do you know how to find food? To me, these are the some of the most important aspects of being prepared. These are the things I&#x;m teaching my son.

Lehman&#x;s is an excellent source for low-tech living, and Ahart is coming to share some insight on his experience with minimalist survival. Come see Britt Ahart in person, listen to his experiences, and participate in a question-and-answer session on Saturday, June 1 at Lehman&#x;s store in Kidron, Ohio, 1 pm &#x; 3 pm.

We hope to see you there!

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SPOILERS Alone Season 5 winner revealed: Who came home victorious?

Alone Season 5 winner

Britt Ahart, Larry Roberts, and Sam Larson were the final three contestants on this season of History&#;s survival hit Alone. Season 5&#;s cast, probably because it was comprised entirely of contestants from the first three seasons of the show, had to contend with arguably the most grim and challenging landscape in Alone history: the Khonin Nuga valley in northern Mongolia.

Despite the increased difficulty, only one man could be named the Alone Season 5 winner. So which of the three took home all the glory &#; and the $, prize? We&#;ll tell you, but not before an appropriate gap, complete with an unrelated Greg Ovens blooper reel from back in Season 3.

&#;Here&#;s an ad to take up some space&#;

&#;Stay turned away to avoid spoiling the ending&#;

&#;Seriously, turn away&#;

&#;Now enjoy Greg&#;s blooper reel&#;

..OK, that&#;s enough space; it&#;s your own fault for looking if you didn&#;t want to know&#;

&#;And we&#;re back. Lovable Nebraskan Sam Larson, who debuted on the show in its inaugural season (and was the runner-up back then), was the Alone Season 5 winner, after lasting 60 full days in the Mongolian cold. Congratulations to him! And a smaller congratulations to us, for predicting this season&#;s winner two weeks ago based on our highly scientific study of which of the Season 5 cast members was off of social media the longest during filming last year.

Sam took to his official Facebook page shortly after the finale aired to pay tribute to his fellow Mongolian survivors and thank his many followers for their support:

Alrighty folks I’m assuming most of you are reading this because you have watched the Alone finale! Thank you so much for your kind words. I gotta say, I honestly feel like “winner” is a weird title. How do you “win” against nature? You really don’t. You just have to live as much as you can and be thankful for the time you get to spend in the natural world. Im enormously honored to call the other 9 participants my friends. Of all the groups I’ve ever been a part of, I’m most proud to be in the Alone family, and of course, my immediate family. It’s been an honor to see the personal journeys of these individuals and I hope that what they’ve learned through their experiences will stay with them forever. Sorry for the potential run on sentences of this post. Ironically I am on the toilet trying to rush through this.

Sam also announced that the second edition of his book, To Tread in Wild Places: An Introductory Guide to Wilderness Living, is now available for pre-order. Because we at Starcasm respect a well-placed plug &#; and because we also have a young child and thus likewise know the pain of toilet social media updates &#; we&#;ll point out that you can pre-order Sam&#;s book here.

Before the Alone Season 5 finale aired, runner-up Britt Ahart &#; who made it 56 days &#; also offered a word of thanks, saying the experience was &#;incredibly difficult to describe&#; and thanking his &#;Alone brothers and sisters.&#; Third-place finisher Larry Roberts (41 days) did the same, saying the whole thing was &#;an amazing experience&#; and adding &#;All the participants are awesome people.&#;

If you can&#;t get enough of Alone, remember that the Season 5 reunion special will air next Thursday, August 23rd, at 10 PM. Additionally, Sam Larson is doing a reddit AMA on Tuesday, August 28th; you can find out more about that here.

As for Sam&#;s social media presence, you can follow him on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and reddit.

Oh, and don&#;t worry: though History has yet to make an official announcement, we&#;ve already learned that Alone Season 6 is a go and has likely begun filming.

(Photo credits: Alone Season 5 winner via Facebook, Instagram)

John Sharp is a Starcasm&#;s chief editorial correspondent-at-large. Tips: E-mail at [email protected] or send on Twitter at @john_starcasm.

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Season 5

Age: 42
Mantua, OH 

Britt&#;s returning for Season 5 of Alone, and more determined than ever before. After his experience of 35 days in Patagonia for Season 3, he realized the experience was like nothing he had ever experienced. He emerged at the end a completely changed person and was more in touch with himself physically, mentally and spiritually than ever before. Baptized by fire, he had successes and failures that pushed him to learn, practice and expand his skills and knowledge. In Patagonia, Britt feels that he fought with nature. This season, he plans to co-exist with it. He&#;s a new man coming to Mongolia, and he plans to reach the finish line.

Here are the ten items Britt selected to bring on his survival journey to Mongolia:

1. Knife
2. Multitool
3. Paracord
4. Fishing line and hooks
5. Pot
6. Ferro Rod
7. Sleeping Bag
8. Bow and arrows
9. Folding saw
Trapping wire


Mantua man goes 'Alone' in Mongolia

Britt Ahart told a crowded room at Jake’s Eats about his helicopter ride over mountains and wild boar running in Mongolia, where he was left with camera equipment and no crew. With the helicopter gone, Ahart took a moment to calm his mind and assess the situation.

Ahart, a year-old accountant from Mantua, was one of 10 returning participants to attempt redemption in Mongolia on The History Channel’s “Alone: Season 5.” In the frigid and remote region at the edge of Siberia, Ahart was put to the test, surviving completely isolated and alone with nothing but the contents of a small backpack. The last one standing wins $,

“I’m just a regular guy who happens to be on a TV show you watch,” Ahart told the crowd at the Mantua restaurant who watched him survive 35 days in Patagonia on Season 3. He was asked back on the show for redemption. “I obviously love the show. What really had me captivated was the aspect of being totally alone.”

The only time he ever saw anyone was once a week for a medical check and equipment swap. The psychological impact of isolation and the highs and lows of everyday life could never be captured in its entirety, he said.

“Filming was a tremendous weight because if we don’t film there’s no show,” Ahart said. “If you’re feeling down one day, you don’t eat. You don’t see how hard it is to not only survive in that atmosphere, but also maintain the integrity of the show and capture everything.”

He underwent a series of medical and psychological evaluations to get on the show, as well as a week of “bootcamp” to learn the lay of the land and possible predators, such as bears and wolves. The first 10 days, Ahart built the walls and the structure of his shelter with trees he chopped down. He prepared by gaining 25 pounds before the show, recalling that he lost 35 pounds on Season 3.

Ahart chose to bring a knife, paracord, fishing line and hooks, a sleeping bag, bow and arrows and trapping wire on his journey. He filleted a mouse, roasted grasshoppers and ate fish eggs to survive.

“It’s not that bad when you’re hungry,” he said. “Everyone says ‘I wouldn’t eat that.’ Yes, you would.”

The room at Jake’s Eats in Mantua was filled with 60 people sitting at tables and some standing near the front asking Ahart questions.

“They’re strangers to me, but they’ve been watching me. They know all about me,” he said.

They remembered when Ahart shot arrows downstream to hunt deer and another time when he encountered a bear.

“We’re so excited,” said Denise Cook, a fan of the show. “We've watched the Alone show on the History Channel for years.”

His journey was filled with moments of triumph and failure. Ahart will never forget making a fishing lure from trapping wire or when a wild boar stole his fish. He showed off wooden carvings he made to keep his mind busy and talked about sleepless nights in the bitter cold. Back home, his wife, Laura, and children had no contact with him. She recalled when her husband returned home from Patagonia in , his first question was if the Cavs won the championship.

On Thursdays, Ahart and his family watch the show together.

“You forget so much because you’re out there for so long. You’re recording basically every moment you’re awake,” Ahart said. “I’ll remember and think it was so crazy that day or I was so hungry that day or that was the day I fell. You have all these flashbacks about what happened.”

This week’s episode revealed that Ahart makes it into the top three. He said his biggest competitors this season were Carleigh Fairchild, a year-old carpenter from Anchorage, Alaska, and Randy Champagne, a year-old wilderness skills instructor from Boulder. The winner will be revealed at 10 p.m. Thursday.

When Ahart came home, it took him weeks to adjust back to the noise of everyday life. He said if given the chance, he would do it again.

“I love living off the land,” Ahart said. “It’s something that started when I was young. I found it was comfortable to be outside by myself.”


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