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Billiebob

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I struggled to figure out where to post this but I figure reading is maybe a recreational activity, so yeah, post those "overlanding" related books you have read. This one I read in Grade 6, 1966. It definitely influenced my past 50 years.

If you have a good book to recommend, find the cover and post it.
Reading is my favourite camp activities.

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Mojavewanderer

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These books are pretty much obsolete, but are fun reads. La Siesta Press had some great books back in the 60s and 70s, including a series on old mines. You can find them on Amazon.
 

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I struggled to figure out where to post this but I figure reading is maybe a recreational activity, so yeah, post those "overlanding" related books you have read. This one I read in Grade 6, 1966. It definitely influenced my past 50 years.

If you have a good book to recommend, find the cover and post it.
Reading is my favourite camp activities.

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Mine arrived a few days ago and am about 60 pages in. Their determination and attitude throughout is inspiring
 

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I dont have any specific to overlanding books, but i bike, climb, and hike a fair bit and try to keep a library of guide books and whatnot as references when looking for places to go. here's one of my shelves.

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The Backcountry roads and California trails are great resources.

Great topic!
 
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Mojavewanderer

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I dont have any specific to overlanding books, but i bike, climb, and hike a fair bit and try to keep a library of guide books and whatnot as references when looking for places to go. here's one of my shelves.

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The Backcountry roads and California trails are great resources.

Great topic!
Since we’re showing off our bookshelves, here are a few of mine. Pics 1 and 2 are desert and local mountain guidebooks. Pics 3 and 4 are general hiking, Arizona and Utah hiking, and Arizona history. 17458BA0-C38C-45AB-B9C7-90678C800B70.jpegE5C90A75-301F-4D7E-AE82-22DBA158915E.jpeg10C19B9D-FDE6-46D5-8563-F1FAF3D30E59.jpeg82D770C7-ADAC-400D-81FB-C29A14B02176.jpeg
 

Hobie01

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