A canoeist's sketchbook
Kimber shares his personal paddling philosophy, arranged in an alphabetical progression of essays. Part philosopher, part humorist, and an outstanding canoiest, Kimber reveals the heart and soul of the wilderness experience. Along the way he reveals a host of practical tips on how to camp and canoe in remote places.
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