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It was a great book when published in 1956, it's about time for the reprint so everyone can afford to read it! Great reading!A new owner of “Caves of Missouri”
I had a great time and learned much more than I ever thought I would about rappelling. Confident and ready to head out into the wild on my own if I had to. Thanks again!Kathy (An Intro to Rappelling student)
this is one you'll read many times. brilliant information and lets you join nessmuk in the woods vicariously. even simple, tasty campfire recipes (they were called "receipts" then) that you can prepare in the comfort of your kitchen. just buy it.William on “Woodcraft & Camping”
We’ve had good ice climbing conditions this year. Last week, several of us went to Jackson Falls and the Promised Land in Southern Illinois. Both of these areas are popular among sport climbers. However, we ignored the bolts and instead played on some frozen features. Here is short video of the day.
The Wenonah Prism is a fast and light solo canoe that is great choice for 1 – 2 week trips (if you travel light) or longer trips that have resupply options. I bought the Prism in the Tuf-weave layup for my solo trip from Omaha to Memphis. Going into the trip, I had a list […]
Being an ice climber in Missouri is a difficult occupation. Yes, ice climbing is physically straining, but that is the least of a Missouri ice climber’s difficulties. The number one challenge to overcome is finding ice big enough and solid enough to climb. We’ve been lucky this winter. The polar vortex pushed the cold air […]