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Complete Wilderness

I've just read The Complete Wilderness Training Book by Hugh McManners. I cannot recommend this book enough - it is so good. I can't predict what conditions I'll be in after a pole shift, and this book discusses how to survive in a variety of conditions. McManners was a survival instructor in the British army. It would not do justice to the book to just present the highlights here, but I'll do that anyway. I do recommend buying this book. (Trust me, I have no stake in the matter.) The graphics and photos are some of the best I've ever seen, and they make the text so much more understandable. It is published by Dorling Kindersley (London & New York, 1994). I picked up a hard-cover at the library that retailed at $29.95. Maybe they have a less-expensive paperback now. The publisher's U.S. address is 95 Madison Ave., New York, NY 10016. The book didn't give a London address.

Important points and highlights in the book:

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