Cumings chose a bow and arrow that she uses for hunting and a knife she made herself. Cumings, of Troy, a self-employed knife-maker, made her debut on the show — a day immersion in a Colombian jungle with one male partner — about a year ago. Not for 21 days, but for Over the days, the groupings merge and reform, she told The Sentinel this week.
But she did say the secretive, month-long separation from her family — and civilization-at-large — nearly killed her. More than once. March I fly fish, but not for food, you know? But never her own — at least not until she was flown to a South African desert last year and inserted, sans-clothing, into her competitive environment.
When she was young, Gabrielle Balassone, of Westminster, always wanted to host her own nature show. While she dreamed of spending days outside helping audiences appreciate nature, those dreams probably would have transitioned into nightmares if she knew she'd do all of that while hungry, in the nude and operating on just a few hours of sleep. On Sunday, Balassone makes her television debut, as the Discovery Channel airs her episode of "Naked and Afraid" — a survival show in which guests are left out in the wilderness with no food, shelter or even clothes. Balassone said her journey to appearing on the show started in July of last year. A longtime fan of the show, she said she finally decided to go ahead and send in a submission tape online, and the very next day was contacted by the show's producers.
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