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Posted March 24, 2012
Read this book, then get out Read this book, then get outside.
Humerous and educational account of camping in the mid 1800's. Sears manages to convey his love of the wilderness and dismay at its destruction in a way that effortlessly bridges the intervening 150 years. In addition, there are practical tips and tricks that will help even the most vetern 'old woodsman'. I get the feeling he'd like the idea of our generation learning from him and contonuing to find peace in the woods.
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Posted January 6, 2011
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