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    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    Alone Across the Arctic: One Woman's Epic Journey by Dog Team by Pam Flowers & Ann Dixon

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The Life of Daniel Boone

The Life of Daniel Boone by Daniel Boone"The settling of the Kentucky region well deserves a place in history. Most of the memorable events I have myself been exercised in; and, for the satisfaction of the public, will briefly relate the circumstances of my adventures, and scenes of life, from my first movement to this country until this day." Newly designed and typeset by Waking Lion Press.
Daniel Boone28 Mar 2009$4.95

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The Death of Meriwether Lewis: A Historic Crime Scene Investigation

The Death of Meriwether Lewis: A Historic Crime Scene Investigation by James E. Starrs & Kira GaleNearly two centuries later, mystery continues to surround Meriwether Lewis's death-did the famous explorer commit suicide or was he murdered? Recently revealed truths and deconstructed myths are woven together in this fascinating account to form an unforgettable tale of political corruption, assassins, forged documents, and skeletal remains. New research implicating General James Wilkinson-commanding general of the U.S. Army and co-conspirator of Aaron Burr-as the assassin is thoroughly discussed, while riveting testimony from 13 leading experts in wound ballistics, forensic anthropology,...
James E. Starrs &
Kira Gale
27 Apr 2009$14.99

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Dare to Take the Next Step - Adventures of a Refugee

Dare to Take the Next Step - Adventures of a Refugee by Frank HegyiThis book contains inspirational stories from the life of a man who led a colorful life, daring to take the next step in search for adventures. These stories include: - Experiences as freedom fighter in the 1956 Hungarian student revolution, narrowly escaping execution; - Living in refugee camps and daring to enter University as a high school dropout and succeeding in earning two college degrees; - Leading expeditions in the Amazon jungle, surviving attacks by wild animals and crew; - Travelling as research scientist and high tech entrepreneur throughout the world representing his adopted country...
Frank Hegyi2 May 2009$9.00

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Crossing The Gates of Alaska

Crossing The Gates of Alaska by Dave MetzThe snow forms the beginning of a near vertical chute that falls at least a thousand feet. My feet, shaking, manage to hug the thin edge of solid rock. I feel my heart creep to my throat and warm sweat drip down my back, defying the subzero Arctic air. Somehow I reach a plateau and think the worst is behind me. I couldn't be more wrong.

This is the story of Dave Metz's death-defying, breathtaking, and passionate journey through the Arctic outback. Driven by his lifetime reverence for the outdoors, Dave, with the help of his two beloved Airedale terrier dogs, embarks on a three-month epic of survival...

Dave Metz22 Jan 2010$13.00

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Wing Tip Shoes

Wing Tip Shoes by Mary Elizabeth SpreitzerIn a small mid-western town in the 1960's a fresh young girl had a fleeting passion to see the world. Looking past the Iowa corn fields she yearned to see grand oceans, legendary statues and exotic palaces. In 1964 the dreamer found the perfect cup to house her desires. Despite fear, competition and doubt, she was accepted into a life of excitement, culture, and friends as a first class flight attendant for TWA. Wing Tip Shoes - Memoirs of a Flight Attendant is the autobiographical story of the charming, timeless encounters of Mary Elizabeth Spreitzer. The original stories and unique interactions...
Mary Elizabeth Spreitzer22 Feb 2010$10.95

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Tales from the Tijuana Jails

Tales from the Tijuana Jails by Sam WarrenThe Mexican jail in which the author was unjustly confined was like nothing any American would expect. "Co-ed" with young children running about, shops selling all manner of goods including drugs, condos for the privileged and others sleeping on the out in the open, It would strike anyone as bizarre as the bar in the first Star Wars movie. Inside the 20 foot concrete and barbed wire high walls, the large block in eastern Tijuana was truly a "little city" and each inmate there had his or her own fascinating story to tell about their encounter with the "system" in Mexico.
Sam Warren22 Mar 2010$5.95

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North by Northwestern: A Seafaring Family on Deadly Alaskan Waters

North by Northwestern: A Seafaring Family on Deadly Alaskan Waters by Captain Sig Hansen & Mark SundeenIn the tradition of Sebastian Junger and Linda Greenlaw comes Captain Sig Hansen's rags-to-riches epic of his immigrant family's struggle against deadly Alaskan seas, freezing shipwrecks, and dangerously brutal conditions to achieve the American Dream Sig Hansen has been a star of the Discovery Channel's Deadliest Catch from the pilot to the present. Seen in over 150 countries, the show attracts more than 49 million viewers per season, making it one of the most successful series in the history of cable TV. With its daredevil camera work, unpredictably dangerous weather, and a setting as unforgivable...
Captain Sig Hansen &
Mark Sundeen
28 Mar 2010$16.99

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Paris to Tokyo on a Dollar and a Prayer

Paris to Tokyo on a Dollar and a Prayer by Joe Di BonaJoe Di Bona was already an army veteran in post-WWII America, he had completed college and worked in industry two years, and, yet he remains unfulfilled. He quit his job and traveled to France to study Chinese in one of France's Grand Ecoles. This caused him to hunger for some great sacred unknown and the urge takes him to the great spiritual centers in India and Japan. This journey produces in him a lifelong spiritual transformation. Travel with him down this path of discovery and you, too, may glimpse Nirvana.
Joe Di Bona18 Sep 2010$6.00

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True North

True North by Elliott Merrick"A tale of real hardship, of a running fight against the forces of nature, of the joys of wild life; rich in anecdote, humorous, dramatic, vigorous, and direct."
Kirkus Reviews

"A fascinating, at times magical, chronicle."
—Publishers Weekly

"Merrick's writing is full of detail on how to survive in the grueling cold of a Canadian winter. The book is more 'Walden' than wild, as the author is often contemplative, reveling in the joy of being out of the city and plunged into nature."
The Record-Courier

"True North is a wonderful memoir, recounting the author's travels in the wild and wonderful Canadian...

Elliott Merrick26 Sep 2010$13.95

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Death on the Barrens

Death on the Barrens by George James GrinnellGeorge Grinnell taught the history of science and intellectual history at McMaster University in Ontario from 1967 to 1991. He currently teaches meditation classes and lives in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. Artist Roderick MacIver is the founder of Heron Dance, a nonprofit organization that celebrates the human connection to nature through art and words.

From the Trade Paperback edition.

George James Grinnell11 Oct 2010$12.95

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Wild Men, Wild Alaska II: The Survival of the Fittest

Wild Men, Wild Alaska II: The Survival of the Fittest by Rocky C. McElveenThis long awaited sequel is equally as exciting, intriguing & humorous as Rocky's first best-selling book, "Wild Men, Wild Alaska." It'll thrill, chill, & challenge you & make you laugh out loud. Scores told Rocky "Wild Men, Wild Alaska" was best book ever read & begged for more. It's all here, plane crashes, grizzly charges, blizzards, fathers, sons, young men & women coming of age & competing in their quest to survive in the Alaskan wilderness. Includes a grizzly hunt with Evangelist Franklin Graham and a caribou hunt with NFL Super Bowl Quarterback Jeff Hostetler. For all ages
Rocky C. McElveen3 Nov 2010$2.99

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Keep Walking - Leadership Learning in Action - A Thrilling Story of a Polar Adventure with Powerful Lessons in Leadership and Pe

Keep Walking - Leadership Learning in Action - A Thrilling Story of a Polar Adventure with Powerful Lessons in Leadership and Pe by Richard Hale & Alan ChambersIn 2000 Alan Chambers led the first successful unassisted British Expedition to the North Pole from Canada. Walking 500 miles and enduring remarkable challenges, he was subsequently awarded the MBE for Outstanding leadership in the face of extreme adversity. Alans vision is to help leaders in business achieve new heights, drawing on his inspiration. He has been engaged by business leaders the world over to present his core messages about how to achieve the seemingly impossible. He also has taken many of the top leaders of global organisations to the North Pole on subsequent programmes to support...
Richard Hale &
Alan Chambers
14 Feb 2011$12.99

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No Magic Helicopter

No Magic Helicopter by Carol MasheterWhen the bottom fell out of Carol Masheter's life at age 50, she took up mountaineering to cope with her grief and anger. Little did she know that mountaineering would lead her to try Everest when she was 61 in 2008. "No Magic Helicopter: An Aging Amazon's Climb of Mount Everest" chronicles her preparation for the climb, the struggle to the summit, and the blind descent that nearly cost her life. Currently, Dr. Masheter is the second oldest woman in the world to summit Everest and return home alive.
Carol Masheter20 Feb 2011$11.99

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Snake-Bitten: Eric Worrell and the Australian Reptile Park

Snake-Bitten: Eric Worrell and the Australian Reptile Park by Nancy Cushing & Kevin MarkwellBased on extensive interviews with park staff and supporters, this intriguing biography traces the life of Eric Worrell, the original reptile man and naturalist who established the Australian Reptile Park in New South Wales. Depicting Worrell's larger-than-life personality and his pioneer work with snake anti-venins, this inspiring story shows how the herpetologist began his career in wildlife tourism, conservation, education, and research. Containing detailed accounts of the collection of various reptiles kept at the iconic tourist attraction, this record is an essential read for nature enthusiasts....
Nancy Cushing &
Kevin Markwell
2 Mar 2011$39.95

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Shipwrecks of Madagascar

Shipwrecks of Madagascar by Pierre Van Den BoogaerdeShipwrecks of Madagascar recounts the stories of about a hundred notable shipwrecks off the coast of Madagascar from ancient to modern times and the fate and adventures of survivors. It covers ships of the mighty Portuguese, Dutch, British, and French East India Companies, of numerous pirates who visited or settled there, of the British and French Navies, of the sailing vessels and steamers of the 19th century, and of more recent times. Shipwrecks are unknown relics for most people. This captivating book provides an interesting history into the many that occurred and helped shape Madagascar...
Pierre Van Den Boogaerde26 Apr 2011$9.99

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Inside The Rainbow

Inside The Rainbow by Sandy SinclairIt is a true story of a naive young teaching couple in Alaska before statehood. It includes dealing with a murder, dog team travels on thin ice, being a bush pilot on the Yukon, commercial salmon fishing and growing up to become a sourdough. The title comes from a mystic experience we had on a mountain top where we appeared inside a circle rainbow. There was a local superstition that such an event had special meanings.
Sandy Sinclair5 May 2011$4.99

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Captain Cook

Captain Cook by Frank McLynnThe age of discovery was at its peak in the eighteenth century, with heroic adventurers charting the furthest reaches of the globe. Foremost among these explorers was navigator and cartographer Captain James Cook of the British Royal Navy.

Recent writers have viewed Cook largely through the lens of colonial exploitation, regarding him as a villain and overlooking an important aspect of his identity: his nautical skills. In this authentic, engrossing biography, Frank McLynn reveals Cook's place in history as a brave and brilliant seaman. He shows how the Captain's life was one of struggle--with...

Frank McLynn27 Jul 2011$20.00

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Walking on Air

Walking on Air by Janann Sherman

Aviation pioneer Phoebe Fairgrave Omlie (1902-1975) was once one of the most famous women in America. In the 1930s, her words and photographs were splashed across the front pages of newspapers across the nation. The press labeled her "second only to Amelia Earhart among America's women pilots," and First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt named her among the "eleven women whose achievements make it safe to say that the world is progressing."

Omlie began her career in the early 1920s when aviation was unregulated and open to those daring enough to take it on, male or female. She earned the first commercial...

Janann Sherman2 Aug 2011$30.00

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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...
Adam Watson16 Aug 2011$44.99

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Gallivanting on Guam

Gallivanting on Guam by Dave SlagleGallivanting on Guam is a humorous and entertaining narrative of a man who moves to Guam to become the general manager of Tropics Gym. Immersing himself into the local culture he succumbs to a lifestyle of philandering and learns to balance his troubles with humor and personal growth while working for a corrupt businessman from a wealthy family. Readers will enjoy both the historical references and situations that the author recounts in this captivating semi- autobiographical, story.
Dave Slagle28 Aug 2011$3.99

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