Horses, Hitches, and Rocky Trails: The Original Guide to Packing, Camping, and Getting Along with the Wilderness

Horses, Hitches, and Rocky Trails: The Original Guide to Packing, Camping, and Getting Along with the Wilderness

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by Joe Back
     
 

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Horses, Hitches, and Rocky Trails is the most complete presentation available of the method of packing for the wilderness. The full treatment is amplified by the brilliant drawings by Joe Back, a most-able artist, as well as a man who knows what he is talking about from personal experience. Black includes step-by-step instructions on not only how to prepare for

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Horses, Hitches, and Rocky Trails is the most complete presentation available of the method of packing for the wilderness. The full treatment is amplified by the brilliant drawings by Joe Back, a most-able artist, as well as a man who knows what he is talking about from personal experience. Black includes step-by-step instructions on not only how to prepare for heading out into the wilderness, but also how to cope with the elements.

 Some of the lessons taught in this book include:

  • Packing horses
  • Equipment
  • Balancing the load
  • Making camp
  • Getting along in the wilderness
  • Final ties
  • And many more!
Horses, Hitches, and Rocky Trails is for both the amateur just learning how to prepare for the wilderness and the professional packer looking for some new tips. With wonderful illustrations, Joe Back makes it easy to be prepared and safe on your travels. So whether this is your first time out or you’re a seasoned veteran, make sure that Horses, Hitches, and Rocky Trails is included with the rest of your packed equipment.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781628734867
Publisher:
Skyhorse Publishing
Publication date:
11/01/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
128
File size:
5 MB

Meet the Author

Joe Back was born in Ohio in 1899 and moved to Wyoming when he was a teenager. He served as machine gun instructor during World War I and then took up trade as a cowboy, guide, and packer. While art education changed his life and although he went back to packing and guiding, he also became nationally known as a sculptor. Joe Back died on September 7, 1986, at the age of eight-seven.

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Horses, Hitches, and Rocky Trails: The Original Guide to Packing, Camping, and Getting Along with the Wilderness 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
She waited and watched
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Her tail calmly swayed side to side and she trotted around in contentment
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
(How many to make a herd?) He nickered to both of them
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Stompped her hooves before rearing up. (This makes me think of Maroon 5's song Animals!!!)