AlpenBooks The Forgotten Skills DVD

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The Forgotten Skills DVD with Cliff Jacobson will teach you valuable outdoor skills from an expert outdoorsman. If you've ever been cold, wet, or miserable in the backcountry, this video's for you! Cliff Jacobson, a professional canoe guide and outfitter for the Science Museum of Minnesota, a wilderness canoeing consultant, and the author of more than a dozen top-selling books on camping and canoeing, shows us the techniques he's learned over the last 50 years for ""smoothing the way"" through the wild outdoors. Learn how to tell a good tent from a bad one and how to make any tent more resistant to wind and rain. Discover how to rig single and double rain tarps, tie essential knots, sleep comfortably outdoors, choose and use edged tools, make fire in the rain, and more...a full 90 minutes of skills, many long forgotten in today's world of Gore-tex and fleece.90 minutes of outdoor skills you may not be aware ofLearn to rig single or double rain tarpsLearn knot tying basicsChoose and use edeged toolsMake a one match fire in the rain and moreCliff Jacobson is perhaps the most prolific outdoor writer in the history of the outdoor business. He has written more books on the outdoors than even Buck Tilton. He learned these things before all the high tech gear and cloths became the norm. Travel back and learn from a Pro.Produced by Mike Leitner Productions1 discRun time - 90 minutes2004EnglishDVD's are not returnable once the package is opened

- Campmor

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The AlpenBooks The Forgotten Skills DVD is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 2, 2013 at Campmor.

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