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PostPosted: January 30th, 2004, 6:39 pm 
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1. Wanderings of an Artist amoungst the Indians of North America

2. Ceasars of the Wilderness


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The Art of the Canoe with Joe Seliga - by Jerry Stelmok

A must for any wood/canvas canoe lovers! :clap:


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"Goodmorning midnight" by Chip Brown and "Cold Burial" by Clive Powell- Williams. Both were excellent. And of course I've reread several Sigurd Olson books, when it comes to books about canoeing it just does not get any better. There are far to many poorly written books about outdoor activities, written by skilled adventurers, that don't possess the same degree of skill when it comes to putting their adventures to paper. But hey, at least their good at one thing, they have me beat by one. "Walden" by Thoreau, read it last year and loved it.

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