Living Car Free - More books that may/may not appeal.
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04-19-11, 05:27 PM
Anyone read any of these. They look like they're worth reading to me.
I haven't read any of those. One I'm reading right now is The Natural Navigator (http://www.bikeforums.net/ral Navigator) by Tristan Gooley. It's very interesting--teaches you how to find your way through the world without using GPS systems, compasses, or even maps. The website (http://www.naturalnavigator.com/) has some of the information but the book is more complete, and very well written.
04-20-11, 03:17 PM
Thanks for the tips. Better Off looks like a very interesting read. I'll have to pick that up. The Natural Navigator sounds like a good idea as well. Appeals to my survivalist side.
EDIT: and as a longtime motorcycle rider as well, Aerostich absolutely rocks.
04-21-11, 10:57 AM
Aerostitch does rock, and the owner (Mr. Subjective) also rides a bicycle. Between his suggestions and the ones I've found here I've got a long list of books to read.
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