Discussion in 'Randall's Adventure & Training®' started by Jeff Randall, Apr 16, 2018.
Good job. Rope work is not easy in that terrain with those weather conditions.
Great class and students. The fear of heights, cold or rain did not stop us!
This old boy HATES heights....so this class is a kick in the pants ever time...Can't say enough about the attitude and work ethic of this class.....These folks faced some cold, wet, and rough conditions and I never heard a single complaint!
SRT is an awesome class! Would love to do it again
Looks like another great class! I want to make it some day.
Mike was kind enough to give us a bonus lesson on snake charming.
A few more pics:
Nice healthy RAT snake
I have looked under every log and rock at @Jeff Randall ’s place and never caught anything but scorpions.
You’re lucky. No telling what you could “catch” at a survival class with all the huddling for warmth.
Looks like a great class.
Gear is provided but can be limited on big classes. Might not be a bad idea to pic up at least a good pair of rope gloves.
Not to mention that you’re gonna be addicted after the class and want to get you own gear anyway.
Is there any plan to have an SRT Class in 2019? i planned to take the 18 one, but life came up just in time.
Had one we were going to do in February but pulled it due to other things coming up. We will try to get one going for the Fall.
thank you Mr. Randall, I will keep an eye out then.
@Thorns thisbis an amazing class, if you get the chance you need to take it. I am scared to death of heights but the guys at Esee helped get me through it. Great class.
@mtngoat It definitely looks like it is awesome! I was so excited for it last year, had the cash all lined up and vacation time, then my dang life went David Allen Coe on me, the truck broke down, the woman left, and Momma went to prison. haha.
SRT is something ive been pretty interested in a while now, I have some good trees for climbing at the house, and live near some of these cool places in Alabama to go, Im pretty interested in joining a SAR crew some where in life. If i had taken it last year I would be shooting for the advanced rescue course this year. Been thinking about doing the WFR course tho, guess i just need to hop in and take my first RAT course. But those three courses are at the top of my list.
I hear you, I plan to do the WFR class in 2019 if life doesn't get in the way, any class at the Farm is a blast.
WFR is an awesome class, but so is SRT!