Penguin Books Camping - Sleep Well, Stay Dry, Eat Great Food

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CAMPING tells you everything you need to know about sleeping and living in the great outdoors, whether you're a seasoned camper, or preparing for your first trip. Illustrated throughout, it offers practical advice, detailed step-by-step instructions, and checklists to cover every aspect of your camping holiday: what to take, pitching camp, camp organization, and what to cook. This simple to use How To guide is illustrated with color pictures and uses simple terms to especially help the beginner camper. It covers everything from family and car camping to backpacking. Includes recipes for tried and true camp food with simple to preparation instructions. Color photosWritten by avid campers Most suitable for beginning campers or backpackers but works for experienced campers too Choose the right gear - this book will help you decide what you need and what you don't Organize your camp site - useful tips and pointers to keep things simple and functional Cooking - provides simple stick to your ribs recipes for adults and kids Provides a listing of useful resources to help you get started Completely indexed for your convenience. Author - Ed and Kate DouglasBinding - HardPages - 192Publisher - DK Year - 2008 ISBN - 9781599213415.

- Campmor

Penguin Books Camping - Sleep Well, Stay Dry, Eat Great Food

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The Penguin Books Camping - Sleep Well, Stay Dry, Eat Great Food is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 29, 2011 at Campmor.

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