The Walker's Companion

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Pavilion Books, Sep 1, 2004 - Sports & Recreation - 158 pages
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Whether you’re a rambler or an ambler, a hiker or a nature-liker, this is an ideal companion. It’s packed with useful—and not so useful—information, including the ten oddest things ever done by sleepwalkers, the number of Bob Dylan songs that contain the word “walk,” and how to prepare for a trek in the jungles of Borneo.

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Malcolm Tait is the editor of "The Birdwatcher's Companion: Winged Wonders, Fantastic Flocks and Outstanding Ornithology," and "The Wildlife Companion," and the coauthor of "Wildlife Walks," A committed amateur naturalist, he writes a monthly bird column for "The Ecologist" and edits "Butterfly" and "Conserver "magazines.

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