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Volume 1370, Camp Columbia --- Camp Takota By Print Wikipedia
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Volume 1370, Camp Columbia---Camp Takota Print Wikipedia is a both a utilitarian visualization of the largest accumulation of human knowledge and a poetic gesture towards the inhuman scale of big... More > data. Michael Mandberg wrote software that parses the entirety of the English-language Wikipedia database and programmatically lays out nearly 7500 volumes, complete with covers, and then uploads them to for print-on-demand. Print Wikipedia draws attention to the sheer size of the encyclopedia's content and the impossibility of rendering Wikipedia as a material object in fixed form: Once a volume is printed it is already out of date. It is also a work of found poetry built on what is likely the largest appropriation ever made. As we become increasingly more dependent on information and source material on the Internet today, Mandiberg explores the accessibility of its vastness.< Less
2018 Camping and Horses Calendar By Kelly Allen
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The top 30 2017 photos of camping with your horses in North America. Beautiful scenic trail pictures of Bryce Canyon, Grand Canyon, Beautiful British Columbia, The Tetons, and much more all on the... More > back of a horse. We had over 350 pictures submitted and these where the most voted for scenic photos.< Less
Winona of the Camp Fire By Margaret Widdemer
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Margaret Widdemer (September 30, 1884 – July 14, 1978) was... More > a U.S. poet and novelist. She won the Pulitzer Prize (known then as the Columbia University Prize) in 1919 for her collection The Old Road to Paradise, shared with Carl Sandburg for Cornhuskers. [a]Margaret Widdemer was born in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, and grew up in Asbury Park, New Jersey, where her father, Howard T. Widdemer, was a minister of the First Congregational Church. She graduated from the Drexel Institute Library School in 1909. She first came to public attention with her poem The Factories, which treated the subject of child labor. In 1919, she married Robert Haven Schauffler (1879–1964), a widower five years her senior. Schauffler was an author and cellist who published widely on poetry, travel, culture, and music. Excerpt from:< Less
Dispatches From Ruggles By James R. Columbia
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600+ newspaper articles from the Historic Ruggles Camp Meeting in Lewis County, Kentucky, covering the period 1882-1922. Founded in 1873, Ruggles Camp & Retreat Center is the oldest United... More > Methodist Camp in Kentucky. It provides a unique ministry to churches of all denominations in Northeastern Kentucky. The annual Ruggles Camp Meeting celebrates its 142nd anniversary in July 2015. 434 pages.< Less
All Saints Camp Service Book By All Saints of North America Camp
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A service book including Morning Prayers, Evening Prayers, Great Vespers, and Divine Liturgy produced for use at All Saints of North America Camp in British Columbia, Canada.
Old Camp Creek [Revelstoke] Mining Reports By S.W. Nicholson
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Collection of Mining Reports as listed in the B.C. Ministry of Mines Index: 1874 to 1964.
Cold Water People By David G Morris
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Ryan Anderson leads a carefree life on Vancouver Island, mountaineering, skiing and sailing. On a rock-climbing trip he meets Miriam who sees in him a way of escaping a family with too much money and... More > a powerful,jealous father. Camping on the west coast of the island Ryan and his friend Jake find a half-frozen traumatised young woman on the beach. Miriam leaves him without explanation. His way of dealing with this is to get out into the mountains but what happens there only adds to his fear that his life is spiralling out of control.< Less
A Wolf's Moon: A Helicopter Pilot's Story By Hank Sands
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Set in the glorious mountains and plains of the Yukon, NWT, Alberta and British Columbia, A Wolf’s Moon is a gripping account of Hank Sands’ adventures during his many years piloting... More > helicopters. In Wood Buffalo National Park, Hank finds himself skinny dipping with a one-ton buffalo. Near Stewart BC, he flies over an avalanche path with a bundle of dynamite fused to blow at any second, but it is lodged unreachable outside on the cargo rack. In an isolated Yukon tent camp a mad Irishman threatens to chop everyone up with an axe. High in the Bugaboos, Sands stares half-blind as explosive fuel drips from a damaged fuel tank onto the red-hot turbo charger of his crashed helicopter. Hank flies into a 130,000-volt powerline. These are but a few from this collection of incredible yet true tales. Hank Sands joined the RCAF in 1956 and piloted the CF-100 all-weather fighter. On leaving the air force in 1964, he flew helicopters for 18 years. In 2001, Hank and his wife Linda moved to Victoria, BC.< Less
Cabin Critters By Marilyn Walsh
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In this book, Marilyn Walsh tells the stories of the critters around her cabin at Tyner Lake in British Columbia. The loon, chipmunk and squirrel all make an appearance. This full color book has been... More > beautifully illustrated by Maxime Bergman.< Less
Alaska by RV By Jan Young
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My wife and I had long dreamed of traveling to Alaska. I retired in 2006, we purchased a motor home in 2007, and in 2008 we made our dream come true. You can too! This book recounts our 5-month... More > long, 8,700-mile trip from Milwaukee to Fairbanks and back in day-by-day detail. It tells of the amazing sights we saw and the surprises we found, both positive and negative. It includes several humorous tales of the road and describes some mistakes we made and things we wish we had done better. It is, in summary, the book I wish I had been able to read before we left home. The book provides maps that show where we went and includes over 230 photographs of our journey. It discusses the preparations we made and discloses not only our budget for the trip, but the amounts we actually spent and what we spent them on. And at the back, it lists the places we went and the campgrounds we used together with available addresses, phone numbers, websites and geo coordinates.< Less