By The Light
Award-winning nature photographer Jim Brandenberg gave himself a challenge--for 90 days between the autumnal equinox and the winter solstice, he would take only one photograph each day. This exquisite book is the result of that bold and immensely personal project as he witnesses the cycle of nature near his home in the northwoods of Minnesota. 90 color photos.
: A Harrowsmith Illustrated Guide to Woodstrip Construction
Deceptively beautiful, modern woodstrip canoes are not only rugged and responsive in the water, they can be built by anyone with a minimum of woodworking skills. Canoecraft contains step-by-step instructions for seven different, low-cost, classic canoe models. Illustrations and photos.
a Wooden Canoe : Reflections on Canoeing, Camping, and Classic
Jerry Dennis writes about nature and the outdoors for such publications as Sports Afield, Canoe and Kayak, Gray's Sporting Journal, and The New York Times. His previous books, It's Raining Frogs and Fishes, A Place on the Water, and The River Home, have been widely praised and have been translated into five languages. He lives in Traverse City,
Boundary Waters Canoe Area : The Western Region
With over a million pristine acres of lakes, rivers and forests in northeastern Minnesota, the Boundary Waters Canoe Area is no less than paradise for the wilderness canoeist. There are over 1,200 miles of canoe routes through some of the most beautiful scenery in the world. I wrote this book to help you plan a route into the western part of the BWCA Wilderness. The book provides brief descriptions of 28 entry points and 52 routes. It takes you quickly through each suggested trip, commenting on points of special interest along the way to help make your trip as safe and enjoyable as possible
Waters Canoe Area : The Eastern Region
This is the only comprehensive guidebook to many of the lakes and portage trails in the Boundry Waters Canoe Area. It is published in two volumes that concentrate on the eastern and western sides of this wilderness area. Each volume comes with a good map that covers the areas mentioned in the book that will assist you when you go to purchase specific maps for the area you are going to travel. It lists sites to see while paddling, good places to camp and those to avoid and describes portages in rods and detail. A must have title for true paddlers or armchair dreamers!
Solo : A River Quest
Since the publication of his first book, Mississippi Solo, Eddy L. Harris has been praised for his travel writing. In this exciting reissue of his classic travelogue, readers will come to treasure the rich insightful prose that is as textured as the Mississippi River itself. They will be taken by the hand by an adventurer whose lifelong dream is to canoe the length of this mighty river, from Minnesota to New Orleans. The trip's dangers were legion for a Black man traveling alone, paddling from
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