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"Soleful" Hiking - A Beginner's Guide to Mindful Hiking By Paula Phillips Marks
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"Soleful Hiking" helps the beginner hiker with solid information about what to wear and what to bring in Part One of the book. Safety suggestions, trail courtesy and a brief history of the... More > area is covered along with local facts that can be informative as well as fun for children and adults. Part Two contains more the 50 hikes in Sonoma, Marin, Napa counties and the Mendocino Coast. Included is level of difficulty, whether the trail is dog friendly and if a visitor to the area would be able to enjoy the hike without special equipment. Websites to each park are listed. Paula Phillips Marks is a Sonoma County native with 20 years of experience hiking North Bay trails. She taught the Santa Rosa Junior College "Walking Class" for 6 years emphasizing slowing down and enjoying the beauty of these parks and trails. She focused on being a well prepared hiker with maps in hand and eyes open to their surroundings. "Soleful Hiking" represents her philosophy of being mindful while enjoying the recreation of hiking.< Less
Hiking--Tips and Advice for Beginners By Grady Rogers
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A beginner's guide to the great outdoor adventure of hiking. Learn the right way to hike including hiking tips, recommended equipment, safety tips, using maps, navigating, what to do if you get... More > lost, and much, much more. Get out there and enjoy the world we live in!< Less
Beginners Luck By Emily Hahn
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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: Emily Hahn (Chinese: 項美麗, January 14, 1905... More > – February 18, 1997) was an American journalist and author. Considered an early feminist and called "a forgotten American literary treasure" by The New Yorker magazine, she was the author of 54 books and more than 200 articles and short stories. Her novels in the 20th century played a significant role in opening up Asia and Africa to the west. Her extensive travels throughout her life and her love of animals influenced much of her writing. After living in Florence and London in the mid-1920s, she traveled to the Belgian Congo and hiked across Central Africa in the 1930s. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emily_Hahn< Less
Ultralight Backpacking in Nature's World By David Stutzman
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This book is designed for novice and experienced backpackers who want to reduce their carrying weight and for the beginner who is looking for guidance. Enjoy nature's world with less weight!
The Average Hiker's Above-Average Guide to Backpacking By Chris Goode
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A guide for the average person interested in backpacking. This book helps the backpacker identify their needs, construct a pack list, and acquire their equipment in an efficient, cost-effective... More > manner. Provides an up-to-date review of materials, clothing, shelters, food, sleeping equipment, first aid, and much more. For the budget-conscious to the high-end consumer, this book will remove barriers and get you out on the trail.< Less
Appalachian Waterfalls By John Hinson
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North Carolina and the southern Appalachian Mountains are teeming with waterfalls. But where do you begin? This book offers a great guide for beginners of all ages who want to explore the waterfalls... More > in the Appalachian Mountains.< Less
The Backyard Herbalist By Dandelion
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Did you know Your backyard contains a bug repellent more powerful than DEET, a source of calcium more readily used by your body than expensive supplements, a life saving liver cleanse and tonic... More > ... a fast acting anti itch agent, anti-bacterial compounds for scrapes, cuts, bites and stings, and an effective treatment for PMS? For millennia, physicians, wise women and native healers have been aware that substances found in common plants can ease pain, heal illness, and promote optimum health and longevity. The knowledge of how to identify, harvest, and prepare these plants has nearly become a lost art. Now, in The Backyard Herbalist's Guide, an experienced woods woman teaches YOU how to unleash the power of plants and create potent healing agents in your own kitchen using common backyard weeds! Even if you live in the city, you can find what you need easily and for free.< Less

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