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Guide to Arizona Backroads 4 Wheel Drive Trails

Guide to Arizona Backroads   4 Wheel Drive Trails Author Charles A. Wells
ISBN-10 1934838195
Release 2012-09-20
Pages 232
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Guide to Moab UT Backroads 4 Wheel Drive Trails

Guide to Moab  UT Backroads   4 Wheel Drive Trails Author
ISBN-10 193483825X
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Guide to Southern California Backroads and 4 Wheel Drive Trails

Guide to Southern California Backroads and 4 Wheel Drive Trails Author Charles A. Wells
ISBN-10 0966497643
Release 2003-01-01
Pages 286
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Guidebook to 4-Wheel Drive trails in Southern California for SUVs, hard-core vehicles, and ATVs. Contains area maps, and individual trail description, level of difficulty, map, GPS points, and points of interest. Also includes environmental responsibilities and driving tips.



Guide to Colorado Backroads 4 wheel Drive Trails

Guide to Colorado Backroads   4 wheel Drive Trails Author Charles A. Wells
ISBN-10 096649766X
Release 2005-05-30
Pages 286
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"Easy, moderate, difficult backcountry driving adventures" "plus ATV and dirt bike trails"; features 75 trails. Detailed trail descriptions, 83 maps and over 425 photos cover spectacular areas South of Interstate 70. Fifty trails are suitable for most stock sport-utility vehicles.



Guide to Moab Utah Backroads and Four wheel Drive Trails

Guide to Moab  Utah Backroads and Four wheel Drive Trails Author Charles A. Wells
ISBN-10 0966497627
Release 2000
Pages 268
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Covers 50 exciting trails around incredible Moab, Utah, including trips inside Canyonlands and Arches National Parks. Also features most trails from the annual Easter Jeep Safari, including favorites like Golden Spike, Pritchett CaNyon, Hells Revenge, Poison Spider Mesa and Moab rim. Includes 55 maps, over 240 photographs and GPS waypoints. Thirty trails suitable for stock SUVs.



ATV Trails Guide Arizona Phoenix Region

ATV Trails Guide Arizona  Phoenix Region Author Charles A. Wells
ISBN-10 1934838020
Release 2008-01-01
Pages 160
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Arizona Trails West Region

Arizona Trails West Region Author Peter Massey
ISBN-10 1930193009
Release 2006-11-01
Pages 201
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This volume consists of comprehensive statistics and descriptions for 33 trails located near the towns of Bullhead City, Lake Havasu City, Parker, Kingman, Prescott (west), and Quartzsite (north). NEW, full COLOR addition to our Trails series! These handy 6x9? books include scenic drives plus a whole lot more! Including some of America's best mountain biking, hiking, camping and fishing areas! Ghost towns galore? Step back into the past while wandering through abandoned mining areas, old buildings, and even entire towns. INCLUDES GPS coordinates throughout each book.



Backroads of Arizona

Backroads of Arizona Author
ISBN-10 0760326894
Release 2006-11-15
Pages 160
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The face of Arizona has changed dramatically over the centuries-but for those who know where to look, the coyote still howls, waterfalls still tumble into deep red rock canyons, and some of nature's finest handiwork is still to be seen along the backroads and byways of the state. For the open-road adventurer or the armchair tourist, Backroads of Arizona is the ideal guide to the state where antelope still roam, cowboys still ride the range, and mail is still delivered by mule train. Jim Hinckley's informative text and Kerrick James' brilliant color photography reveal the Grand Canyon State as more than just desert and towering saguaros: It is a powerful land of compelling variety where a mere sixty-mile drive can transport you from scorching sands to dense evergreen stands where deer and elk roam. Continuing on Voyageur Press' successful travel series, Backroads of Arizona takes you on more than twenty trips to the state's most notable and underappreciated sites. The book covers Arizona's plethora of awe-inspiring natural areas and national parks as well as its many historic sites, including Native American Pueblos and ancient ruins, ghost towns and vestiges of the Old West, and more. It is a fitting celebration of one of the most scenic states in the country.



Nevada Trails Southern Region

Nevada Trails Southern Region Author Peter Massey
ISBN-10 1930193149
Release 2011-04-01
Pages 317
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Find exciting driving trails, hiking trails, camping areas, ghost towns, fishing spots and more! This unique FULL COLOR addition to the Adler TRAILS SERIES contains meticulous details for hundreds of miles of scenic backroads and four wheel drive trails in southern Nevada, near the towns of Las Vegas, Mesquite, Tonopah, and Beatty. See ghost towns, numerous old mines and mill workings, and old railroad grades along the more than 35 routes. Directions include GPS coordinates and all trails are rated for difficulty, mileage, driving time, remoteness, and more. Descriptions highlight the ideal places to camp, hike, mountain bike, fish, and sightsee. Histories recount the days of the Wild West. Hundreds of COLOR PHOTOS.



Fast Food Nation

Fast Food Nation Author Eric Schlosser
ISBN-10 9780547750330
Release 2012
Pages 362
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Explores the homogenization of American culture and the impact of the fast food industry on modern-day health, economy, politics, popular culture, entertainment, and food production.



Base Camp Las Vegas

Base Camp Las Vegas Author Deborah Wall
ISBN-10 9780997236989
Release 2017-08-08
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Situated in the heart of the magnificent Southwest, Las Vegas is surrounded by spectacular natural landscapes. Within easy reach are five national parks, including Zion, Grand Canyon, and Death Valley. Dozens of state parks, regional preserves, recreation areas, and public lands offer amazing variety, from sand dunes and salt flats to alpine meadows, waterfalls, and ancient forests. Unique plant and animal life as well as archaeology, paleontology, and fascinating Wild West history are all waiting to be discovered in this region, making Las Vegas an ideal basecamp: Hikers can enjoy solitude and unspoiled wilderness by day and world-class urban amenities by night. Base Camp Las Vegas includes 101 of the best hiking destinations within hours of Las Vegas. The author has hiked each of the 101 featured routes more than once, and she describes each in detail, including route, elevations, terrain, flora & fauna, and historical details. She notes the best season for enjoying each one, what to wear, and what to take along. She describes any hazards or inconveniences that hikers might encounter and rates the difficulty of each hike from easy to strenuous. She’s also included an easy-reference guide to the top five hikes in a variety of categories including birdwatching, stargazing, wildflowers, wetlands, kid and teen favorites, most strenuous, and most remote. Base Camp Las Vegas tells hikers where and when to go--and also how to prepare--to enjoy the best trails this unparalleled region has to offer.



GPS For Dummies

GPS For Dummies Author Joel McNamara
ISBN-10 0470457856
Release 2008-11-17
Pages 412
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Need directions? Are you good at getting lost? Then GPS is just the technology you’ve dreamed of, and GPS For Dummies is what you need to help you make the most of it. If you have a GPS unit or plan to buy one, GPS For Dummies, 2nd Edition helps you compare GPS technologies, units, and uses. You’ll find out how to create and use digital maps and learn about waypoints, tracks, coordinate systems, and other key point to using GPS technology. Get more from your GPS device by learning to use Web-hosted mapping services and even how to turn your cell phone or PDA into a GPS receiver. You’ll also discover: Up-to-date information on the capabilities of popular handheld and automotive Global Positioning Systems How to read a map and how to get more from the free maps available online The capabilities and limitations of GPS technology, and how satellites and radio systems make GPS work How to interface your GPS receiver with your computer and what digital mapping software can offer Why a cell phone with GPS capability isn’t the same as a GPS unit What can affect your GPS reading and how accurate it will be How to use Street Atlas USA, TopoFusion, Google Earth, and other tools Fun things to do with GPS, such as exploring topographical maps, aerial imagery, and the sport of geocaching Most GPS receivers do much more than their owners realize. With GPS For Dummies, 2nd Edition in hand, you’ll venture forth with confidence!



Choose Your Own Adulthood

Choose Your Own Adulthood Author Hal Runkel
ISBN-10 9781626343849
Release 2017-03-28
Pages 160
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Congratulations, reader! You've successfully navigated through the trials of childhood and adolescence. Now, as you voyage through high school to college and beyond, you're set to begin your next big adventure: adulthood. A few big decisions await you, from majors and minors to jobs and careers (and maybe even marriage!). However, in between the big ones, you'll make a million other smaller, subtler choices that will underpin everything from your friendships to your bank account. These are the daily choices that will truly define you . . . so how will you choose? Choose Your Own Adulthood helps you approach these choices from a more thoughtful, curious, and ultimately self-aware perspective. You'll learn why responding is so much better than reacting, how loyalty is really overrated, which risks are worth taking and which are best avoided, and so much more. Exciting things await you on your journey toward adulthood: which path you take is for you to decide. Choose wisely!



Key Methods in Geography

Key Methods in Geography Author Nicholas Clifford
ISBN-10 9781473908963
Release 2016-05-17
Pages 752
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"Practical, accessible, careful and interesting, this...revised volume brings the subject up-to-date and explains, in bite sized chunks, the "how's" and "why's" of modern day geographical study...[It] brings together physical and human approaches again in a new synthesis." - Danny Dorling, Professor of Geography, University of Oxford Key Methods in Geography is the perfect introductory companion, providing an overview of qualitative and quantitative methods for human and physical geography. New to the third edition: 12 new chapters representing emerging themes including online, virtual and digital geographical methods Real-life case study examples Summaries and exercises for each chapter Free online access to full text of Progress in Human Geography and Progress in Physical Geography Progress Reports The teaching of research methods is integral to all geography courses: Key Methods in Geography, 3rd Edition explains all of the key methods with which geography undergraduates must be conversant.



Motorized Obsessions

Motorized Obsessions Author Paul R. Josephson
ISBN-10 0801886414
Release 2007-08-22
Pages 258
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From dirt bikes and jet skis to weed wackers and snowblowers, machines powered by small gas engines have become a permanent—and loud—fixture in American culture. But fifty years of high-speed fun and pristine lawns have not come without cost. In the first comprehensive history of the small-bore engine and the technology it powers, Paul R. Josephson explores the political, environmental, and public health issues surrounding one of America's most dangerous pastimes. Each chapter tells the story of an ecosystem within the United States and the devices that wreak havoc on it—personal watercraft (PWCs) on inland lakes and rivers; all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) in deserts and forests; lawn mowers and leaf blowers in suburbia. In addition to environmental impacts, Josephson discusses the development and promotion of these technologies, the legal and regulatory efforts made to improve their safety and environmental soundness, and the role of owners' clubs in encouraging responsible operation. Synthesizing information from medical journals, recent environmental research, nongovernmental organizations, and manufacturers, Josephson's compelling history leads to one irrefutable conclusion: these machines cannot be operated without loss of life and loss of habitat.



Encyclopedia of American Gospel Music

Encyclopedia of American Gospel Music Author W. K. McNeil
ISBN-10 9781135377007
Release 2013-10-18
Pages 512
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The Encyclopedia of American Gospel Music is the first comprehensive reference to cover this important American musical form. Coverage includes all aspects of both African-American and white gospel from history and performers to recording techniques and styles as well as the influence of gospel on different musical genres and cultural trends.



Hawaii Travel Adventures

Hawaii Travel Adventures Author John Penisten
ISBN-10 9781588437006
Release 2010-09-01
Pages 699
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A comprehensive guide to the islands of Maui, Molokai, Lanai, Hawaii, Kauai and Oahu by a long-time Hawaii resident. Smaller less-visited islands are also included. Along with the basics getting there, on-island transportation, restaurants, hotels, sightseeing you'll find plenty of outdoor fun. The best diving and snorkeling spots, the most scenic hiking trails, the most challenging kayak routes there's lots to do and this book shows when and where, with contact names and numbers outfitters, as well as tips on going solo. Maps. Photos. Penisten is a lively guide with a polished style and ability to focus on family-oriented places to visit. He helps you explore Hawaii, not just visit! You'll bike down a volcano, snorkel or scuba in an underwater cave, follow a trail through a rain forest and fish for Pacific blue marlin, all before breaking for lunch with your literate host. If you're planning to be in the islands as a guest or a resident, you'll want this book at your side. -- Outside Magazine. Directs you away from the theme parks and into the great outdoors... the information on trekking routes, canoeing, wildlife refuges - even golf courses - is well researched. -- The Sunday Telegraph. If you like to hike, swim, snorkel, mountain bike, or pursue another active hobby while traveling, you will probably find this book a valuable guide for the Hawaiian islands. It is an overall guide, and I think you will probably also benefit by supplementing this book with a specific guidebook oriented towards the island(s) you are spending most of your time on. Avid snorkelers (I am one) will also benefit from the Malinowski series on snorkeling in specific islands in Hawaii. The best feature of the book is a list of the top ten adventures on each island. Useful for penetrating the immense amount of information to identify the most unusual or spectacular attractions on each island. -- M. Broderick (Amazon)