Tom Stienstra and Ann Marie Brown – Foghorn Press, 4th Edition, 1999 – 685 pages, a used copy in good, moderately perused condition. Solid binding, no torn pages. Asking $12.00. Includes shipping cost. Paypal, Venmo or other means of payment.
With purchase, choose a complimentary title from below:
– Outdoor Guide To Using Your GPS – Steve Featherstone – Creative Publishing, 2004 – As new.
– Soft Paths – Bruce Hampton and David Cole – Nols, Stackpole Books, 1988 – Very good condition.
– Canine Colorado, Where To Go With Your Dog And What To Do – Cindy Hirschfeld Fulcrum Publishing, Golden CO. – Got wet at some point but entirely readable with a solid binding. Fair.
– Bear Attacks the Deadly Truth – James Shelton – Sandhill Books, 1999 – Good, read condition, solid binding.
– Devils Postpile, The Ritter Range and Mammoth Lakes Area – Ron Felzer – Wilderness Press, 1992 – A guide in excellent condition.
– Walking Softly In The Wilderness, The Sierra Club Guide To Backpacking – John Hart – Sierra Club Books, 1977 – Good read condition. Solid binding. A classic.
– Footsteps of Thoreau, 25 Historic Nature Walks On Cape Cod – Adam Gamble – 1997 – Soft cover, as new.
– Guide to the Superior Hiking Trail, Linking People With Nature Along Lake Superiors North Shore – Superior Hiking Trail Association, Ridgeline Press 1993 – Unused soft cover.
– Gunflint, Reflections On The Trail – By Justine Kerfoot – 1991, Pfeifer-Hamilton Publishers, Duluth, MN – Hardback in very nice condition.
– If We Had A Boat – Green River Explorers. Adventurers and Runners – Roy Webb – University of Utah Press, 1996 – Overall good condition except there is minor water staining and warping on bottom right corner of last 40 pages.
– Arctic Dreams, Imagination And Desire In A Northern Landscape – Vintage Books, 2001 – Excellent read condition.
– Of Wolves And Men – Barry Lopez – Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1978 – Good read condition. Corner’s of cover and first 7 pages are a little curled.
Some of the “for sale” items I post on BackpackingLight are from my use. I also acquire outdoor gear, clothing and books from various sources for resale to help with my retirement income. I endeavor to locate and bring to the market “the best of used” at reasonable prices. Sometimes I list as a service to others, usually for those without computer skills. When possible, I make repairs to keep equipment in use and out of the landfills. Items for sale may not always be the the lightest in weight but they are otherwise all within realms of interest of hikers, backpackers, climbers and travelers.