Adventure Journal

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Mountaineers Books, 2004 - Sports & Recreation - 144 pages
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Adventure Journal: With Outdoor Tips and AdviceBy Kristin Hostetter Record the experiences and impressions of your journey forever in this portable journal. Includes ruled spreads (for writing) and unlined pages (for sketching, doodling, photos, leaf collages, etc.). You'll find writing suggestions and artwork to help get you started. At the top of every page is an area for recording date, time, miles hiked, and location or route. Other features include tips for success and enjoyment in the wilderness, from the experts at Backpacker magazine. Adventure by adventure, create your own outdoor memoir. Sample journaling ideas:Hello bear! Write about an exciting wildlife encounter. Describe the where, what, and how, but also any feelings your encounter triggered. Leadership. Every trip has a leader, official or not. Think about your trip leader-maybe it's you-and what this person does that has a positive or negative effect on the rest of the crew. Kristin Hostetter, author of Don't Forget the Duct Tape: Tips and Tricks for Repairing Outdoor Gear, is a columnist for Backpackermagazine. She writes a bi-weekly column for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer and lives in Milton, Massachusetts.

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Kristin Hostetter, author of Dont Forget the Duct Tape: Tips and Tricks for Repairing Outdoor Gear, is a columnist for Backpacker magazine. She writes a bi-weekly column for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer and lives in Milton, Massachusetts.

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