Primitive Outdoor Skills: More Wilderness Techniques from Woodsmoke Journal
For people who, if only for a brief moment, feel inclined to leave civilization behind and experience a simpler, less-pressured lifestyle.
This handbook is perfect for anyone wanting to live a little closer to nature. The skills in this book are both practical and fun-they represent a relaxing hobby and potentially life-saving knowledge for wilderness or disaster survival. Written by nationally acclaimed experts, this handbook comprises a broad selection of field-tested skills, presented in easy-to-follow instructions that will help both the novice and the experienced outdoorsman master the techniques of outdoor survival. You can learn the techniques of primitive cooking, surviving in a winter storm, building a bulrush boat, and making sandals out of sagebrush. As you read, you will learn to appreciate the goals of the authors-preserving the craftsmanship of aboriginal skills and restoring primeval nature as a basic source of happiness and serenity.
Richard L. Jamison, an expert survivalist and leader in the field of outdoor education, is the publisher and editor of woodsmoke journal. Richard believes that the aboriginal lifestyle is an essential counterbalance to today's high-pressure lifestyles.
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