Adventure, stories and methods for extended stays in rugged country.
"Full of common sense and of special value to those contemplating long tramps and wilderness travel. Several chapters on 'Horseback Travel.'" -H. W. Gibson, "Camping for Boys"
I The Wilderness Traveler
II Common Sense in the Wilderness
III Personal Equipment
IV Personal Equipment (Continued)
V Camp Outfit
VI The Cook Outfit
VIII Camp Cookery
IX Horse Outfits
X Horse Packs
XI Horses, Mules, Burros
"Many people have asked me what, all things considered, is the most valuable quality a wilderness traveler can possess. Always I have replied unhesitatingly; for no matter how useful or desirable such attributes as patience, courage, strength, endurance, good nature, and ingenuity, may prove to be, undoubtedly a man with them but without the sense of direction, is practically helpless in the wilds." -Stewart Edward White
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Stewart Edward White (12 March 1873 – September 18, 1946) was an American writer, novelist, and spiritualist. He was a brother of noted mural painter Gilbert White.
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