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    Back Seat with Fish: A Man's Adventures in Angling and Romance by Henry Hughes    A Dirt Cheap (and Different) World by Hugh Hosch    Anthony Dalton 2-Book Bundle: River Rough, River Smooth / Arctic Naturalist by Anthony Dalton    Heroic Failure and the British by Stephanie Barczewski    Accidentally Istanbul: Decoding Turkey for the enquiring Western traveller by Nancy Knudsen    Adventures with Indians and Game: Twenty Years in the Rocky Mountains by William A. Allen    I Mind The Time Before I Was Born by Brent A. Connelly    Death Valley in '49: An Autobiography of a Pioneer Who Survived the California Desert by William Lewis Manly    Fair Wind and a Following Sea by Anthony (Jo) Johansen    The King's Ransom: More from the King of Algonquin Park by Paton Lodge Lindsay    The Green Tunnel, A Hiker's Appalachian Trail Diary by Patrick Bredlau    A Splendid Savage: The Restless Life of Frederick Russell Burnham by Steve Kemper    Turtle Rider by Craig Wooton    Yacht Hadir 2 in Peace and War by Frederick Wallis    Jungle: A Harrowing True Story of Survival in the Amazon by Yossi Ghinsberg    Empire Maker: Aleksandr Baranov and Russian Colonial Expansion into Alaska and Northern California by Kenneth N. Owens & Alexander Yu. Petrov    Youth on the Santa Fe Trail by Camilla Kattell    Amelia Earhart: Beyond the Grave by W. C. Jameson    Nansen: Explorer and Humanitarian by Marit Fosse & John Fox    A Walk to the Water: Six Million Steps to the Mediterranean Sea by Daniel Graham    Sastrugi by Jonathon Bradshaw    A Search in Secret Egypt by Paul Brunton    White Eskimo: Knud Rasmussen's Fearless Journey into the Heart of the Arctic by Stephen R. Bown    Abducting a General: The Kreipe Operation in Crete by Patrick Leigh Fermor    Lost and Gone Away by Lynn Jenner    Meriwether Lewis: The Assassination of an American Hero and the Silver Mines of Mexico by Kira Gale    The Adventures Of Captain Bonneville by Washington Irving    A Book of Escapes and Hurried Journeys by John Buchan    Halfway Home: The Story of a Father and Son Hiking the Pacific Crest Trail by Donald Reavis & Quentin Reavis    Winston Churchill Reporting: Adventures of a Young War Correspondent by Simon Read    The Last Journals of David Livingstone, in Central Africa, from Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-Five to his Death - Continued by a Na by Horace Waller    The Arctic Prairies - A Canoe-Journey of 2000 Miles in Search of the Caribou by Ernest Thompson Seton    King of Algonquin Park by Paton Lodge Lindsay    As if Smiling: As if Smiling by Sharon Anderson by Sharon L. Anderson    Robert J. Flaherty: A Biography by Paul Rotha    A Less Than Golden Life: Finding Meaning in the Average Life Story by Jason T. Golden    Great Soul of Siberia: Passion, Obsession, and One Man's Quest for the World's Most Elusive Tiger by Sooyong Park    Master of Thin Air: Life and Death on the World's Highest Peaks by Andrew Lock    Call of the American Wild: A Tenderfoot's Escape to Alaska by Guy Grieve    Extreme Adventure: An Epic Journey to the North Pole by Vida Amor de Paz    Bush Pilot: 62 Years of Learning from "Close Calls" by Clarence Moore & Geoff Moore & Lauren Moore    Navigating Grace: A Solo Voyage of Survival and Redemption by Jeff Jay    Amelia Earhart: The Sky's No Limit by Lori Van Pelt    Last Explorer: Hubert Wilkins, Hero of the Golden Age of Polar Exploration by Simon Nasht    The Huntsman by Victor Alvarez    The Outsider: My Life in Intrigue by Frederick Forsyth    Cold Beer and a Hot Dart by Brandon Wolfe    The Climb: Tragic Ambitions on Everest by Anatoli Boukreev & G. Weston DeWalt    A Life Wild and Perilous: Mountain Men and the Paths to the Pacific by Robert M. Utley    Bushmaster: Raymond Ditmars and the Hunt for the World's Largest Viper by Dan Eatherley

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From Coast to Coast with Jack London

From Coast to Coast with Jack London by A-No. 1Another edition of the Hobo series as told by A No.1, this time featuring the famed Jack London. Many are familiar with his social activism and literary classics, Call of the Wild and White Fang, but here we have an intimate travelogue of the man behind the legend. Even before his rise to greatness, A No. 1 can sense something special in the young Jack London and reluctantly agrees to his persistent requests to partner up for a grand hobo trip across the states from New York to Oakland. This is a rare inside glimpse of a true man amongst men, building his character through the trials and tribulations...
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The Ways of the Hobo

The Ways of the Hobo by A-No. 1Composed at the turn of the century by A No. 1, the famous tramp, The Ways of the Hobo presents a United States where losing oneself in the landscape of America was truly possible. This is a world where identities are re-imagined in seconds and travel is as thrilling as it is dangerous. Follow A No. 1 as he travels amid the foothills of the Alleghenies, Lake Erie, Kansas City, San Diego, Oceanside and all points in between. The Ways of the Hobo is part of a large series authored and self-published by A No. 1. The series is a primer on subculture, counterculture, and anti-authoritarianism --...
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The Unlikely Voyage of Jack De Crow: A Mirror Odyssey from North Wales to the Black Sea

The Unlikely Voyage of Jack De Crow: A Mirror Odyssey from North Wales to the Black Sea by A. J. MackinnonMackinnon recounts his own fascinating journey from north Wales to the Black Sea in a small Mirror dinghy. A marvelous madcap adventure, told with verve and humor by the indefatigable 'captain.'
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Northern Rover

Northern Rover by A. L. Karras & Olaf HansonFrom 1919 to 1970, Olaf Hanson was a trapper, fur trader, prospector, game guardian, fisherman, and road blasting expert in northeastern Saskatchewan. He told his life story to popular Saskatchewan author A. L. Karras, who wrote this historical memoir in the 1980s. In an uncompromising, straightforward style, Karras and Hanson reveal the geography, wildlife, natural history of the region as well as the business and social interactions between people. Their book offers a look at the vanished subsistence and commercial economy of the boreal forest, wound around a fascinating personal story of...
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It's a Fine Day for the Hill

It's a Fine Day for the Hill by Adam WatsonAdam Watson's interest in snow began at 7, the Cairngorms at 9, mountaineering and ski-mountaineering in later boyhood. His book recounts many fine days on the hill in Scotland, Iceland and northern Scandinavia on foot or ski, often on his own in wonderful places that excited him beyond measure. He tells what it was like to be with four remarkable Scots who greatly influenced him as a young naturalist and mountaineer, Seton Gordon, Bob Scott o the Derry, Tom Weir and Tom Patey. The beauty and variety of the hill, the weather and the wildlife were and are an inspiration to him, and his descriptions...
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A Zoologist on Baffin Island, 1953

A Zoologist on Baffin Island, 1953 by Adam WatsonThe author spent four months in Baffin Island during 1953 as zoologist on a big expedition by the Arctic Institute of North America, where he concentrated on studying birds and mammals. With Inuit hunter Samo he travelled by dog-sledge on the sea-ice of coast and fjord. Afterwards he crossed the mountains alone in deep snow to reach the site of his summer camp in a valley among some of the most spectacular peaks in the world. There he worked for most of the summer, usually alone. The valley and others nearby were and still are uninhabited, and expedition members trod many places which had not...
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Go For It: Volunteering Adventures on Roads Less Travelled

Go For It: Volunteering Adventures on Roads Less Travelled by Alastair G. Henry & Candas F. Whitlock"GO FOR IT" is a memoir about Alastair and Candas: two retired Boomers who wanted to help make a difference in the world. They met one day by chance, fell in love, and with a shared passion to improve the lives of others, set off on a new path of adventure in travel and volunteering. "GO FOR IT" also describes their personal journeys, before and after they met. Follow Alastair and Candas as they shed their material possessions and exchange their comfortable Canadian lifestyle to live simpler lives in lesser developed tropical countries, while helping to improve the lives of others less fortunate....
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Call Me Chameleon: The selective memory of a kaleidoscopic-eyed globetrotter, from age 3 to this day

Call Me Chameleon: The selective memory of a kaleidoscopic-eyed globetrotter, from age 3 to this day by Albert RussoTo write an autobiography is a feat that is difficult, painful, and often feels foreign due to the fact that most of the stories have already been told in various forms through fiction, essays and poetry. In addition, I knew that this was Albert's chance to let it all hang out, so-to-speak. The nice chameleon has its nasty sides -- as we all do -- and some of the anger would be sure to leak out in such a book. (A coming to terms, one might say.) And finally, this project has scared me shitless because here he -- the chameleon -- finally reveals himself (often times through his all-too-frank...
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Wilfred Thesiger: The Life of the Great Explorer

Wilfred Thesiger: The Life of the Great Explorer by Alexander Maitland

Wilfred Thesiger (1910-2003), the last of the great gentlemen explorer-adventurers, journeyed for sixty years to some of the remotest, most dangerous places on earth from the mountains of western Asia to the marshes of Iraq.

The author of Arabian Sands and The Marsh Arabs and The Life of my Choice, he was a legend in his own lifetime but his character and motivations have remained an intriguing enigma.

In this authorized biography--written with Thesiger's support before he died in 2003 and with unique access to the rich Thesiger archive--Alexander Maitland investigates this fascinating figure's...
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Chronicle of the Narvaez Expedition

Chronicle of the Narvaez Expedition by Alvar Nunez Cabeza de VacaThis riveting true story is the first major narrative detailing the exploration of North America by Spanish conquistadors (1528-1536). The author, Alvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca, was a fortune-seeking Spanish nobleman and the treasurer of an expedition sent to claim for Spain a vast area of today's southern United States. In simple, straightforward prose, Cabeza de Vaca chronicles the nine-year odyssey endured by the men after a shipwreck forced them to make a westward journey on foot from present-day Florida through Louisiana and Texas into California. In thirty-eight brief chapters,...
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Ladies of the Field: Early Women Archaeologists and Their Search for Adventure

Ladies of the Field: Early Women Archaeologists and Their Search for Adventure by Amanda AdamsThe first women archaeologists were Victorian era adventurers who felt most at home when farthest from it. Canvas tents were their domains, hot Middle Eastern deserts their gardens of inquiry and labor. Thanks to them, prevailing ideas about feminine nature — soft, nurturing, submissive — were upended. Ladies of the Field tells the story of seven remarkable women, each a pioneering archaeologist, each headstrong, smart, and courageous, who burst into what was then a very young science. Amanda Adams takes us with them as they hack away at underbrush under a blazing sun, battle swarms of biting...
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Barbed Wire and Lace: What makes an Australian

Barbed Wire and Lace: What makes an Australian by Amanda Louise HoffmanWhat makes and Australian is the adventures of a young girl growing up in the Australian rugged terrain with parents who were pioneers in the Cooma, Mount Kosciusko region. From catching wild brumbies in the mountains, castrating sheep and near death experiences, this is a fast passed narrative.
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The Climb: Tragic Ambitions on Everest

The Climb: Tragic Ambitions on Everest by Anatoli Boukreev & G. Weston DeWaltIn May 1996 three expeditions attempted to climb Mount Everest on the Southeast Ridge route pioneered by Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay in 1953. Crowded conditions slowed their progress. Late in the day twenty-three men and women-including expedition leaders Scott Fischer and Rob Hall-were caught in a ferocious blizzard. Disoriented and out of oxygen, climbers struggled to find their way down the mountain as darkness approached. Alone and climbing blind, Anatoli Boukreev brought climbers back from the edge of certain death. This new edition includes a transcript of the Mountain Madness...
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Wilderness Secrets Revealed: Adventures of a Survivor

Wilderness Secrets Revealed: Adventures of a Survivor by André-François BourbeauAndré-François Bourbeau turned his passion for the outdoors into a celebrated career as a ground-breaking researcher and teacher of primitive wilderness survival. These are his first-hand stories, always informative, gritty, and sometimes hilarious. What emerges is one man's everlasting love of the wildernes
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Ranger Confidential: Living, Working, and Dying in the National Parks

Ranger Confidential: Living, Working, and Dying in the National Parks by Andrea Lankford

The real stories behind the scenery of America's national parks

For twelve years, Andrea Lankford lived in the biggest, most impressive national parks in the world, working a job she loved. She chaperoned baby sea turtles on their journey to sea. She pursued bad guys on her galloping patrol horse. She jumped into rescue helicopters bound for the heart of the Grand Canyon. She won arguments with bears. She slept with a few too many rattlesnakes.

Hell yeah, it was the best job in the world! Fortunately, Andrea survived it.

In this graphic and yet surprisingly funny account of her and others' extraordinary...

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Master of Thin Air: Life and Death on the World's Highest Peaks

Master of Thin Air: Life and Death on the World's Highest Peaks by Andrew LockNamed one of the “Five Adventure Books You Need to Read This Summer" by Backpacker Magazine

For readers of Into Thin Air, riveting high-altitude drama and the passion and drive that inspire outsized mountaineering achievements.

Master of Thin Air opens with a fall that the author very nearly could not stop down an almost vertical rock ramp leading to a three-thousand-foot drop. The qualities that saved him then on K2—in addition to his mountaineering know-how and sheer good luck—drove his sixteen-year journey to summit all of the world's eight-thousanders, the fourteen peaks that exceed 8,000...

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Rowing Against the Wind

Rowing Against the Wind by Angela MadsenIn September of 1993, at the age of 33, Angela Madsen underwent back surgery for an injury she sustained while on duty in the military. Her goal was to be walking and surfing within one year but the surgery went wrong, leaving her a diagnosed paraplegic. She lost her job, her home and wound up living on the streets of Orange County, California, just steps away from Disneyland.   But through determination and a will to survive, Angela turned her life around and today is a world record holder as the first disabled woman to row 2,500 nautical miles across the Atlantic in an ocean rowboat...
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La Salle: Explorer of the North American Frontier

La Salle: Explorer of the North American Frontier by Anka MuhlsteinRobert Chevalier de la Salle, the French historian Anka Muhlstein writes, stands indisputably among Europe's most accomplished explorers. In the 1670s and '80s he crossed over most of what is now French Canada and the middle United States and charted the length of the Mississippi River--almost always traveling on foot, almost always under dangerous circumstances. Thanks to his pioneering travels, in the next century "America seemed destined to be French, until the Seven Years' War in Europe resulted in a reordering of the New World." La Salle would not live to see this turnabout. Murdered by...
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The English Governess at the Siamese Court

The English Governess at the Siamese Court by Anna LeonowensThe fascinating and somewhat sensationalist memoirs of Anna Leonowens, the English travel writer, educator, and social activist that became tutor to the wives and children of the king of Siam from 1862-68. Her story was later fictionalised in the book 'Anna and the King of Siam', which was adapted by Rogers and Hammerstein into the hit 1951 musical 'The King and I'.
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The Ringer

The Ringer by AnonymousIn April of 2012 Astronomers Paul Davies and Robert Wagner who are affiliated with Arizona State University, filmed five large UFOs flying over the surface of the moon. Even though Paul Davies is a theoretical physicist and a cosmologist who is now involved in astrobiology, and Robert Wagner is affiliated with ASU's School of Earth and Space Exploration, U.S. mainstream media did not consider this scientific research to be newsworthy. While scientific discoveries of this magnitude should be front page news, they are purposely buried, preventing any educative knowledge regarding extraterrestrials....
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