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Advanced Bushcraft: An Expert Field Guide to the Art of Wilderness Survival Paperback – 28 Aug 2015
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"The book is about survival in the sense that you are getting deeper skills than what you might normally get into, like preserving acorns for flour.... You will definitely learn something from this book." --ShadowFox
About the Author
Dave Canterbury is the co-owner and supervising instructor at the Pathfinder School in southeast Ohio (named by USA Today as one of the Top 12 Survival Schools in the United States), and the managing editor of Self Reliance Illustrated magazine. He is an army veteran, and currently a self-employed hunting guide and survival instructor. His work has also been published in New Pioneer and American Frontiersman.
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I read it alongside my tablet so that I could refer to the Internet for some areas where I personally needed a bit of extra background. YouTube videos provided some visuals. Other searches gave me a quick look-up on topics I was unsure about.
The Introduction links Bushcraft 101 to this Advanced volume. It sets the scene for follow-on chapters that will appeal to a wide range of bushcrafters. A Series is mentioned - another volume next summer? Could be a busy winter for DC.
Interesting read but lacking something.
Don't waste your money?