Wednesday, May 25, 2011

"The Total Outdoorsman Manual," a complete book

   The newly published, "The Total Outdoorsman Manual-374 skills you need," is everything the title says. Not only is it "total," but it's complete.
   Subjects covered included camping, fishing, hunting and survival. Written by Field and Stream editor-at-large T. Edward Nickens, the 320 page manual includes contributions by Phil Bourjaily, Kirk Deeter, Anthony Licata, Keith McCafferty, John Merwin and David E. Petzal, all editors at Field and Stream.
   Supported with colorful  illustrations and outstanding photos this manual has all the makings of a classic. It's flexicover makes this manual comfortable to handle and hold while reading.
   Read and take in all of the quality photos is what you'll want to do as soon as you pick this book up. Tips and advice on practically anything outdoors related will keep you jumping around from topic to topic.
   From tying a Knute hitch, to packing for camping in 5 minutes, you'll learn more than you ever thought possible about how to camp.
   Learn to roast the perfect marshmallow, make waterproof matches, catch every fish that bites, fix a fussy motor, replace trailer bearings alongside the road, roast a deer haunch, skin a deer with a golf ball, and surviving a lightning strike are just a smidge of the interesting tips and topics you'll read about.
   The smart outdoors person will gladly add "The Total Outdoorsman Manual," to the bookshelf. Call it a must have encyclopedia for outdoors pursuits.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks Roger, I ordered one for my grandson. from Amazon. He is just getting into the outdoors.