Chris Cloutier, 24, became separated from his two friends after an argument Saturday night. On Sunday morning, there was no sign of his friends so he started walking.
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However, he conceded it probably would have been best to stay at the campsite. So he began walking along the shore of Shoe Lake in Nopiming Park, a bag of all-dressed chips, a jug of orange juice and two lighters in hand. He thought he'd quickly be able to find the spot where his friends parked, but he failed to find the car and was lost.
He rationed his chips, drank the juice and when that ran out he used the bottle to collect rain water and drink that. Unlike Stroud in the show, Cloutier didn't have to resort to catching and eating animals.
He would wake up at dawn and walk all day. On the third day of walking he hurt his knee climbing rocks, but was able to limpalong until he found a trail that led to a road. A Winnipeg man driving by picked him up.
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This isn't the first time Stroud has been credited with helping someone survive in the wilderness. He survived about nine hours in freezing temperatures after building a snow cave to stay warm. As for Cloutier, he has a strained muscle in his knee and is still walking with a limp. He still has some chip crumbs in the bag, which he plans to keep as a souvenir, but said, "I'll never eat them all-dressed chips again. Cloutier said he rationed his only food, a large bag of all-dressed chips, and collected rain water to drink while he spent three nights lost in the wilderness of Nopiming Park in Manitoba.
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