The Wilderness Paddler's Handbook
This book by America's preeminent canoeing author combines evocative wilderness writing with nuts-and-bolts coverage of all practical aspects of canoe tripping. Alan Kesselheim uses the lessons he's learned first-hand over thousands of miles of wilderness paddling to create a context for conveying everything a new or experienced paddler can expect to encounter, on any type of water. Kesselheim's unsurpassed expertiseshy;shy;gained by paddling under every condition imaginableshy;shy;speaks clearly to readers looking to acquaint themselves with the essentials of traveling by canoe. Helpful sidebars, interspersed throughout the book, provide step-by-step instructions on all critical considerations, such as how to plan, pack, equip, and modify a canoe for weekend or extended trips. The Wilderness Paddler's Handbook is surely a classic-in-the-making and must-reading for serious canoeists and outdoor book enthusiasts alike.
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Cliff Jacobson is better, but this is very worth while.
PART ONE FROM I DBA TO PUTIN 1 How Trips Get Born
Making a Trip Fit
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The Wilderness Paddler's Handbook packages rich nuggets of experience in stories that entertain while they instruct. This guide equips you to design and ...