Could there be another way of life? Can I survive with less stuff? Should I run for the hills? These are all good questions that people have asked before, throughout history, and which have inspired people to set up camp. But now camping is part of the drive for self-sufficiency, a reaction against mass tourism, a chance to connect with the land, to experience a community, to leave no trace . . . From packing to pitching, with hikes into the deep history of the subject and encounters with the great campers and camping movements of the past, this is the only book you'll need to pack when you next head off to sleep under the stars. IF THERE IS ONE THING THAT CAMPERS LIKE MORE THAN CAMPING, IT'S DREAMING ABOUT THEIR NEXT TRIPNarrative of an Explorer in Tropical South Africa (1853; second edn, London: Ward and Lock, 1889). Gardiner, Henry Rolf ... Garrett, Garet, The Wild Wheel: The World of Henry Ford (London: Cresset Press, 1952). Gorham, Barlow Weed, Camp Meeting Manual: A Practical Book for the Camp Ground (Boston, Mass.: H. V. Degen, 1854). Griffiths, Clare V. J., Labour and the Countryside: The Politics of Rural Britain, 1918a1939 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007). Hailey, Charlieanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Art of Camping|
|Author||:||Matthew De Abaitua|
|Publisher||:||Penguin UK - 2011-07-07|