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Post by wannabemountainman on Mon 13 Jul 2009, 19:03

How to Survive Anything, Anywhere
General Editor - Chris McNab
Published 2004 by Amber Books
ISBN 1-904687-25-3

Described as "The complete single-volume handbook of professional survival skills"

Covers everything, from the sub-zero Arctic to the "Urban Jungle"

500 artworks and diagrams

We take turns reading this book aloud at home at least 3 nights a week. We found it to be a virtual storehouse of new information, some stuff we already knew and things we THOUGHT we knew.
Over 300 pages of great stuff!
I checked it out of our local library, so you might get away with not having to buy one.

Your Bic Lighter and your pocket knife...Don't leave home without 'em!

“Learning is not compulsory. Neither is survival.” W. Edwards Deming

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