• Practical provisions to bring
• Navigating unfamiliar trails and terrains
• Setting up camp
• Useful woodsmanship and marksmanship skills to learn
• And dozens more topics
Delivering timeless instructional wisdom, Camping and Woodcraft belongs on the shelf and in the backpack of every camper, hiker, and outdoor aficionado.
SubtitleA Handbook for Vacation Campers and Travelers in the Woods
AuthorBy Horace Kephart, Foreword by David Nash
Published5 September 2017
Dimensions5.00 x 7.00in.
Illustrations50 B&W illustrations.
About the author
Horace Kephart was a popular American travel writer and librarian during the early twentieth century. During his lifetime, he published several books on the outdoors, including Camping and Woodcraft (1906), Camp Cookery (1910), and Our Southern Highlanders (1913). Kephart was an integral advocate in the creation of the National Parks System. He passed away in 1931 in Byson City, North Carolina. David Nash is a verifiable preparedness MacGyver. He is both an academically trained professional emergency manager as well as a personal prepper. Nash is also a homesteader who raises a variety of animals, bees, and plants in a small suburban yard. He runs the popular prepper’s blog www.tngun.com. He resides in Dickson, Tennessee.