Still waters, white waters: exploring America's rivers and lakes
The Society, 1977 - Sports & Recreation - 199 pages
A look at America's rivrs and lakes in words and pictures.
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This is a pleasant book about canoeing throughout North America. The book is a chronological group of trips starting in Minnasota in fall, and extending southward for winter, then to the west in spring and early summer and finally the arctic for the late summer. All the chapters are pleasant. The National Geographic writer-photographer team provide good descriptions and photos of the trips in each area, leaving the reader wanting to go on a similar trip someday. The team employs local guides to get the most out of each river. They enjoy sights along the river as well as the towns they pass through, often visiting with local people along the way. The team enjoys fishing here and there and a few short hikes from their camps. Nice reading.
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