A Very Brief History of Britain (Walking through the Past) Paperback – 23 Dec 2012
Book 0 of 6 in the Walking through the Past Series
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About the Author
Alasdair Shaw author grew up in Lancashire, within easy reach of the Yorkshire Dales, Pennines, Lake District and Snowdonia. After stints living in Cambridge, North Wales and the Cotswolds he has lived in Somerset since 2002.
He has been climbing, mountaineering, caving, kayaking and skiing as long as he can remember. Growing up he spent most of his spare time in the hills.
Landscape archaeology has always been one of his interests - "When you spend a long time in the outdoors you start noticing things and wondering how they came to be there". At university he chose geophysics as one of his options.
He is an experienced mountain and cave leader, holding a range of qualifications including ML, SPA and LCL. He is also a course director for climbing and navigation award schemes.
For more about Alasdair Shaw, and to see what else he has written, have a look at http://www.archaeoroutes.co.uk/alasdairshaw
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7 September 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
Very brief but full of information. All most step by step directions, certainly turn by turn. The pictures are a nice touch, for comparing where you might be with where you are suppose to be. As an American I would be concert Ned about tramping on others land. That would have been a nice addition to the narrative....whose land are we on and would they mind.