Saturday, November 6, 2010

98.6 Degrees (The art of Keeping you Ass Alive) By Cody Lundin (Book Review)


This is a good book that was given to me a while back by my sister. The book provides commonsense modern survival skills for any hiker. I enjoyed reading this book and I found most of its advise was easy to follow and was straight forward. I have applied some of this books principles towards hikes that Ashley and I have done. Most of all this book helps you be prepared for situations that might arise when you are out hiking.

Cody Lundin, is the founder and director of the nationally recognized aboriginal living school. In this book he shares his own brand of wilderness survival skills. The book is a good read and combines wit, humor, and back country expertise.

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