The Book of Camping by Alpheus Hyatt Verrill

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The Book of Camping

Publisher: A. A. Knopf
Number of pages: 208

To really camp one should be beyond the reach of motor cars and dance music, beyond sight of fashionable clothes and crowded summer resorts, and far enough from civilization to make one more or less dependent upon the resources of nature and one's own skill and knowledge of woodcraft.

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