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Learn life skills from "days-gone-by"Has easy-to-follow instructionsMust-have for preppers272 pages; paperbackDimensions: 6" x 9"
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I thought it was a decent book not all about how-tos but did have them included but ey its a good book
If you are a "prepper"/survival type looking for good concise how-to book for survival skills I'm afraid this is not your book.
I'm sure the authors are nice knowledgeable people but the book is filled with un-needed "fluff" ...I don't need to know the history
or origin of each chapters subject- just tell me detailed "how-to" info ! And when you are trying to tell someone how to do something,
include good detailed photos cause its hard to understand just by reading. This book has VERY few photos and ones they do
have are B/W grainy pics (which I don't understand because author is tauted as being an "award wimming outdoor photographer"