Item description for Pocket Guide to Outdoor Survival by Ron Cordes, Gary Lafontaine & Stan Bradshaw...
Laser printed on hard vinyl, this spiral-bound, fully-illustrated, index-tabbed pocket size guide is virtually indestructible. Lays flat, water and dirt can't hurt it while you access "what you really need to know, when you really need it!"
This title contains: Basic trip check list; clothing (cold and warm weather); navigation (map and compass); what to do if lost; emergency signals; ground to air signals; shelters; fire; food; water; lightening; avalanche; hypothermia; heat stroke/exhaustion; and driving emergencies.
POCKET GUIDES: THE BIGGEST LITTLE BOOKS YOU'LL EVER NEED. 28 TITLES.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.25" Width: 3.5" Height: 4.5" Weight: 0.15 lbs.
Binding Spiral Bound
Release Date May 1, 1994
Publisher Pocket Guides Publishing
ISBN 1931676089 ISBN13 9781931676083
Availability 0 units.
More About Ron Cordes, Gary Lafontaine & Stan Bradshaw
Ron Cordes is cofounder and president of Asset Mark Investment Services. Previously, he served as CEO of ACG Management Corp. He lives in Pleasant Hill, California.
Brian O'Toole, C.F.P., is head of product development for Asset Mark. He also pioneered the industry's first turnkey noload mutual fund wrap program. He lives in Pleasant Hill, California.
Richard Steiny, C.F.P. is head of strategic accounts of Asset Mark. He lives in Pleasant Hill, California.
Ron Cordes currently resides in the state of California. Ron Cordes was born in 1959.
Reviews - What do customers think about Pocket Guide to Outdoor Survival?
Good referance book Mar 11, 2008
If your looking for a step by step guide go else where. If your looking for a pocket sized referance to jog the memory in a panic confused situation this is it. Tabed to help find topics. Solid laminated pages to protect it from weather; and my children. Large printing so broaken or lost glases aren't as much of a problem. And oh yes, informitave, with lots of diagrams to back up the info. The check list is compleat and helpfull and eveything I can think of is covered. I am defietly getting the rest of the series.
Great for the basics but no details Dec 6, 1998
It's a great book if you are looking for a small compact book with the basics but there isn't any detials. I was expecting some detailed information on edible plants and survival techniques. I like the fact that it's made from plastic so if it gets wet, it won't hurt it.