There's an old saying that "An ounce of prevention, beats a pound of cure" and nowhere is that more true than on the Rubicon Trail. Rated a 10 from end to end, The Rubicon is the most famous off-road trail in the world. It is both breathtakingly beautiful and brutally relentless in its test of skill and equipment. A great trip can turn horribly wrong in the blink of an eye and miles deep in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Going prepared can make all the difference between wanting to do it again and wishing you had never even gone. Knowing where to drive is only part of the equation, knowing what you will face and how to prepare for it is the key. This book is the accumulated knowledge from 12 years spent prepping, guiding and outfitting trips across the Rubicon Trail. The challenges faced, the mistakes made, the lessons learned, and the preparations you'll need to survive the Rubicon.
When private equity fund Arkaga suddenly remove funding from Cork City FC, author Neal Horgan and his fellow players are caught completely unawares.
... the radio announces, "Cork City FC is looking to go into examinership, with reported debts of up to ?800,000." I park my car and walk into the dressing room. As usual, Mick Devine, the club's number one goalkeeper for the past eight or nine years, is also early. He's sitting alone on the uncomfortable, two-plank, low wooden benches that seem to encircle most dressing rooms. I tell him the news.
"For f***'s sake," he says, dropping his newspaper. He stares up at me blankly.
As various interested parties emerge to take over the club, the players don't know who or what to believe.
... I enter the dressing room to find the boys discussing the current situation. Gamble says, "This is the same b****cks again. I need to know."
I tell them the Gaffer's going to talk to us about it, at which point we get a call to come out onto the pitch. ...
125 COMMON GOLF MISTAKES is a collection of the most prevalent golf mistakes made by players of all levels. This book covers set up errors all the way through to mistakes made before you arrive at the course. The information is easy to understand and will unlock many repetitive mistakes that most players cannot figure out on their own. The key to correcting golf mistakes is understanding them and then addressing them in a way that works for you.
There isn't a single mistake in golf that hasn't been seen by the larger part of all golfers. The Pro's spend a lifetime discovering and solving golf's little mysteries. This book contains a number of answers and tips to the most common errors made in golf.
Here are a few valuable tips that are covered in this book:
• Create a mini game plan for every hole
• Two-Put Strategy
• Learn when and how to Bump and Run
• It's all about contact
• Course Design Comprehension
• Better Grip Technique
• The Low Down on Wedges
Chuck Anderson interviewed David Hyner, an expert on stress prevention, to help preppers everywhere to prepare for, and understand how they can manage and even prevent stress and anxiety enabling us to be better prepared, have more energy, and make better decisions when all around us are losing the plot.
Superb content around the causes and consequences of stress are supported with loads of great, easy to apply methods and techniques to manage, and even prevent stress.
We all know how quickly our energy and emotions can get in our way when times are tense. This hugely important book for preppers could be more significant to the long term effectiveness of the post disaster prepper than any other skill set.
Are You Looking for a Different, Natural, and Healthier Keto Diet? Then Keep Reading...
2 Books In 1!
Fad diets have come and gone for years, people are still looking for the next quick fix to their weight loss or healthy lifestyle goals, but vegan and ketogenic diets have benefits for health, which we will discuss in depth.
Maintaining a healthy diet can be overwhelming and confusing; This book aims to relieve some of the stress of such a major life change. We will delve into the ins and outs of vegan and keto diets, first separately to determine exactly what the differences are.
Who Said Vegans Can't Go Keto? The most talked-about diet in the world is now reaching a whole new audience with this Keto Vegan Cookbook. With moderate-protein vegan recipes, readers who assumed the ketogenic diet exceeded their lifestyle limits can now prepare easy and delicious ketogenic foods.
This book will guide you through the different benefits of each of these diets for specific health ...
In The Evolution of Thor: The Appalachian Trail Journal of Thor the Red. I present to you a 145-day account of my Appalachian Trail journey that is filled with bad feet, poor decisions, and a lot of good times. One thing is certain by the time you finish this book; you will know what it is like to be hiker-trash. If you want to know more about my life you need to hit me up at exploringthesuck.com. Careful how you put that in a search engine. It can get kind of sketchy.
The Sultanate of Oman is a land of oases,deserts, rolling sands, shifting dunes and mountains upon which ancient cities have been carved from stone. A land that boasts the Queen of Sheba, Sindbad the Sailor and The Lost City of Ubar buried for millennia under the Arabian Sands. A country that was heralded for its wealth in frankincense and it is from here that ancient frankincense caravans began carrying their precious cargoes to the classical world. Oman is a country where the Bedouin still wander the deserts as they have since time immemorial. A mystical land where eagles soar over the mountain that is home ot the prophet Job, a prophet in Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
In the mountains nearby live an ancient people whose language predates Aramaic. The age of the language remains a mystery. It is a spoken language with no written form. In these mountains one finds caves that are decorated with prehistoric art. Mines and distinctive cone like tombs dating from the Bronze age ...
WINNER 2011 WRITER'S DIGEST ANNUAL BEST BOOK AWARDS Best Memoir
WINNER 2011 IPPY BOOK AWARDS Best Memoir
FINALIST 2011 USA BEST BOOK AWARDS
Polly Letofsky left her Colorado home and headed west across 4 continents and over 14,000 miles -- by foot -- to become the first woman to walk around the world. In a spirit of adventure, along with the goal of raising global awareness for breast cancer, strangers welcomed her into their homes. The world had embraced her. But in the middle of Polly's journey, 9/11 flung us all into a crossroads in world history, and she found herself navigating a vastly changing world.
Pollys GlobalWalk has been featured in over 2,000 newspapers, magazines, radio and television stations around the world including Good Housekeeping, CNN International, The CBS Early Show, NBC s Your Total Health, and Fine Living Channels Radical Sabbatical. A documentary entitled Polly s GlobalWalk has recently been released by Newcastle Productions.
In 3mph she richly ...
Survival: 100+ Lifehacks On Urban Survival And In The Wilderness
Book#1: Survival Communication: 20 Ensure Ways To Connect With Your Family While Cataclysm
Are you prepared when disaster strikes? How will your family communicate with each other if you all aren't together when things go south? Do you have a plan already set in place for where you will meet? And what happens when your cell phones don't work and the power is down? These are all questions that you have to address, and things we all need to think about in this crazy world we live in. It seems like every week we hear about things happening across the globe that would put our communities in a tailspin if they happened outside our front door.
Think about natural disasters, nuclear strikes and threats, riots, looters, etc. and ask yourself, "What can I do to be prepared for that in my own community?" We often think about the food, water, shelter, etc., but we forget about communication. We forget that when craziness ...