Lynx Wilden, at 56 years old, has had his unusual life documented by the media, photographers, visitors, and others.
She’s abandoned urban life for the wilderness, and she considers this to be her best possible future. Contrary to expectations, sometimes.
Lynx’s childhood was typical. As a young woman, she studied botany in Sweden and the United States, where she learned to appreciate the natural world.
The young lady began going on long hikes around the riverbanks, woods, etc. After much consideration, Lynx chose to give up city life in favor of a more rural one.
Lynx continued to organize vacations like this even after she had a child. She was 46 years old when she was found after enduring years in the woods, mountains, and a winter sanctuary.
The lynx was known for its foraging for tasty fungi, berries, and other plants. Many people thought this way of living was peculiar.
At the ripe old age of 46, Lynx inherited from her parents. The woman uprooted to Washington state, where she purchased some rural land.
Lynx made his permanent residence a house made of wood. She lives in the bush, cloaked in animal hides and sleeping in secret among the trees.
The woman plans and leads her own excursions, gathering a group of tourists whom she then instructs in wilderness survival techniques before taking them to the region’s most breathtaking locales.
This is not the time to employ technology. They need to take care of themselves by securing their own water, fuel, and shelter. Because it’s entertaining to them, some people give in to this.
She’ll have detractors who call her crazy, and admirers who admire her strength of character and concern for the world and the environment.