Camping and Woodcraft
CAMPING AND WOODCRAFT
Channel one’s inner vagabond with an assist from Horace Kephart, who in 1910 wrote, “There is a dash of the gipsy in every one of us who is worth his salt.” We fervently agree and are keen on convincing with this fact-packed inspirational book. This special edition retains the essential bush-craft and wilderness lore of the original (then regarded as the outdoorsman’s bible), and rightly omits the chapters on cushy wagon and cabin camping. ’Twixt the covers, the would-be woodsman will find guidance on tents and tools, pests and provisions, campfire crafting and cookery—all accompanied by photographs, diagrams and illustrations. Hardcover; 425 pages.