How to Send Smoke Signals, Pluck a Chicken & Build an Igloo
Curious to know how to “swim” out of an avalanche? Ever wondered how to stop a runaway stallion? Itching to impress your friends by predicting the weather or telling time without an app? How to Send Smoke Signals is filled with 75 wilderness skills, from practical to potentially lifesaving. In an era that relies on battery power and internet searches, you’ll learn survival tactics used decades ago that might just yank your bacon out of the fire. After all, who doesn’t need to know how to start a fire with ice, pluck a chicken, toss a lasso, wayfind using sticks and shadows and much more? Told with humor and keen insight, this is a fun, self-reliant read filled with information you’ll be glad to know … because you just never know!
- A lively, insightful compendium of all-but-forgotten wilderness skills
- Covers everything from food foraging to panning for gold – 75 how-to’s in all
- Learn to pitch a tent without poles, catch a fish in a trap, survive a forest fire and much more
- With lively language and colorful graphics, it’s a fun read and entertaining gift
- Soft cover; 144 pages
- 7¼"H x 5¼"W x ⅜"D