Ultimate Guide To Wilderness Living By John & Geri McPherson

Ultimate Guide To Wilderness Living
(Book Review)Ultimate Guide to Wilderness Living

Written By: John & Geri McPherson

Published By: Ulysses Press, First Edition

Softcover, 316 Pages

From The Back Of The Book “During my first years of learning survival I took a course in survival and primitive earth skills taught by John and Geri McPherson.  I was excited by their unbelievable passion and their intrinsic understanding of survival.  Their teachings took me from understanding basic skills to a full-blown love for the ancient technologies that humans developed to survive.  John and Geri are the real deal.  They don’t just teach this stuff, they live it.  I loved the experience with them so much i came back a second time a few years later.  Now that I have traveled the world as Survivorman – experiencing and filming survival in every ecosystem there is – I can sit back and watch my shows and see John and Geri’s teachings peek through in every situation.  I have been able to understand survival because of John and Geri, and can highly recommend this book.  Les Stroud, AKA Survivorman”

Ultimate Guide To Wilderness Living is a very informative and well written book.  This book will give you the information you need to practice living in the wilderness.  It covers everything from building shelters, making fires and hunting and making meat.  I personally will start by trying to make a bow with my son when spring gets here in may.  I enjoyed this book immensely  and highly recommend it for anyone who is thinking of spending anytime out in the wilderness.

Ulysses Press
http://www.ulyssespress.com/

John & Geri McPherson
http://www.prairiewolf.net/Pages/PW.html

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One Comment on “Ultimate Guide To Wilderness Living By John & Geri McPherson”

  1. Bobbie Crawford-McCoy Says:

    Wow, sounds great! I think this is a great book for men, young and old. I wouldn’t mind my son reading it…just might save his life if he ever gets stranded in the wild.
    I enjoyed your review Robert, thank you!

    -Bobbie


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