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The Player's Complete Guide to College Soccer Recruiting: A Strategic Plan for Recruits by Dennis Sparks 5.0 Stars (3 Reviews)    Price verified 58 minutes ago

The Player's Complete Guide to College Soccer Recruiting demystifies college soccer recruiting for any player aspiring to get to the next level. Talented players often fall through the cracks because of the small recruiting budgets amongst other factors. This book equips players to take control of the recruiting process for themselves in order to achieve their athletic, academic, and personal goals. Since few players are taught how to navigate college soccer recruiting, educating players and having them execute will give them a huge leg up on their competition. This translates into more scholarship money, a better college soccer experience, and personal growth for any player willing to take action now.

Genre: Sports & Outdoors [x]
Length: 95 Pages (3,162 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 25th, 2020

Pedaling Through Paradise: A Cycling Journey to the Rockies by P. Francia 3.7 Stars (7 Reviews)    Price verified 58 minutes ago

When a young man left his years of naval service behind him he yearned for something different. A challenge, of course, but something where he could be at one with nature, find his own space in his own company but also enjoy the friendship of others when the opportunity arose. So began an epic trip by bicycle through some of the most stunning scenery the United States has to offer, crossing mountains and rivers in a quest to reach the one place of beauty he always wanted to return to. From Ohio to the Rocky Mountains, the road was often hard but never dull and the kindness of strangers was always in abundance. Venison steaks provided by campers at a lake, romantic encounters with beautiful women, offers of accommodation when the weather took a turn for the worse and meeting other wanderers on the route, all made for a journey that was as varied as the roads traveled. A travel journal like few before it, Pedaling Through Paradise is a book that touches the soul with the warmth of the human spirit and leaves a lasting impression on the mind.

Genre: Sports & Outdoors [x]
Length: 149 Pages (1,599 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 25th, 2020

The Journey Inward: A Path to Discovery, Determination, and the Value of Friendship by Janet Charbonneau 4.4 Stars (27 Reviews)    Price verified 58 minutes ago

Part memoir, part travelogue, The Journey Inward takes you on an exciting and life-changing journey across northern Spain. What started as a way to celebrate her 50th birthday suddenly became one of the most difficult challenges the author has ever faced. From the preparation for this incredible journey to the daily trek through ancient villages and over mountains, The Journey Inward captivates you with the magic that has called people to make this expedition for more than a thousand years. The Camino de Santiago, or The Way, has always been a personal and spiritual pilgrimage culminating at the magnificent Santiago de Compostela Cathedral. Having never hiked and armed with only her mental determination, the author artfully takes you through the daily ups and downs of the Camino as she faces the challenges of an injured knee, overcomes mental hurdles and celebrates emotional breakthroughs.The Journey Inward has something for everyone. Readers will cheer, cry and be inspired with every page as the author discovers the depths of her inner strength and experiences the magic of the Camino. This 440-mile walk changed her life. Her story is sure to touch yours, in unforgettable ways.

Genre: Sports & Outdoors [x]
Length: 202 Pages (6,906 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 25th, 2020

Let's Learn: Dinosaurs by David Gough Price verified 2 hours ago

Let's learn edition: Dinosaurs. Picture book with information and facts on Dinosaurs. All artwork hand drawn by Peter Gregory

Genre: Sports & Outdoors [x]
Length: 8 Pages (306 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 25th, 2020

Hap Working the World by Hap Cameron (Happy Co Publishing) 5.0 Stars (9 Reviews)    Price verified 58 minutes ago

A coming of age story... When Hap Cameron left home at the age of 21, he decided he wanted to live and work in every continent before he turned thirty. He knew he had plenty of time, so how hard could it be? Bloody hard, as it turned out. But his goal would change his life in ways he never expected. If he'd known that over the next eight years he'd end up locked in a US jail cell, almost get killed by gangsters in Africa, and that the quest to reach Antarctica would almost break him, Hap might have spent more time focusing on his other two goals-to have fun and meet foreign girls. Eight years, seven continents, one hell of a ride.

Genre: Sports & Outdoors [x]
Length: 449 Pages (3,012 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 25th, 2020

Home is Where the Horse Is: Surviving the Jackson Butte Fire Evacuation by Nancy Morgan Reed (Morgans Mane) 5.0 Stars (1 Review)    Price verified 5 hours ago

The Butte Fire broke out on September 9, 2015, and in a matter of a day, burned more than 70,000 acres of wild lands and homesteads in Central California foot hills of the Sierra Nevadas. Hundreds of homes were lost. along with several lives. the fire burned so fast and hot, that few had any warning at all to evacuate. N. M. Reed, author and horse trainer, lives in the very middle. On a dead end road in the wilderness. With few minutes to spare, she hitched and loaded the 2-horse trailer with her treasured mares, and a few belongings, and she and her husband escaped barely with their lives. The next week was spent trying to locate the other horses and animals left behind in the fire. Told as a narrative as the event unfolded, the story is engaging, a little terrifying, and one everyone living with horses in the wilderness should read till the very end.

Genre: Sports & Outdoors [x]
Length: 52 Pages (1,572 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 25th, 2020

Long-Term Survival: The Leading Prepper's Guide to Turn Your Home into a Disaster-Proof Shelter for Self-Sufficient Living by Beau Griffin 4.5 Stars (56 Reviews)    Price verified 2 hours ago

Are You Prepared for LONG TERM Survival? Not every disaster can be fixed. Whether it's an epidemic or a super volcano, an asteroid strike or a world war, there are large scale disasters hovering over mankind's future that would bring civilization to an abrupt and permanent end. But as any good prepper knows, that doesn't mean the end of life altogether. If you think ahead, plan ahead and prepare before disaster strikes, you can continue to live a good and healthy life completely off the grid. I've Spent My Life Honing My Own Skills as a Survivalist, and Now I'm Here to Show YOU How You Can PREPARE TO SURVIVE IN THE LONG TERM Hi, I'm Beau Griffin. I'm an expert survivalist and I've had a lot of practice at living off the beaten path, making my way with nothing but a set of basic tools and my own experience to sustain me. I've tested out the territory and learned by doing and now I am here to put that knowledge to good use: saving your life, and the lives of your loved ones. Give Me ONE DAY and I'll DOUBLE Your Chances of Surviving Long Term Give me a week and you'll have a complete set of projects that will transform your shelter, or even your own home, from an everyday dwelling into a secure place to live and thrive if the worst comes to pass. In this book, we'll cover: · The seven survivalist golden rules - and how never to break them · How to turn an ordinary home into a prepper's fortress · How to stock your shelter to sustain you for years into the future · And much, MUCH more. If You Don't Read This Guide, You Risk YOUR HEALTH, SAFETY AND CHANCES OF SURVIVAL in a Large Scale Disaster This survivalist guide has been proven to work - scores of times over! I'm going to show you how you can be prepared for life after a disaster, no matter what the world throws at you. All it takes is time, attention and raw elbow grease to transform the knowledge within these pages into a shelter that will protect you for years to come, no matter what's happening ...

Genre: Sports & Outdoors [x]
Length: 78 Pages (2,802 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 25th, 2020

Survival Guide: A Beginner’s Guide to Help You Survive in the Forest. by Adam Forest 3.5 Stars (13 Reviews)    Price verified 58 minutes ago

Survival Guide: A Beginner's Guide to Help You Survive in the Forest. You're about to learn proven steps and strategies on how to turn any survival situation in a forest, which can range from quite uncomfortable or mildly risky to downright painful or absolutely dangerous, into a learning experience which you can easily bounce back from and gladly share with others. As a beginner in forest trekking, you might feel a bit overwhelmed with all the information available out there regarding how to survive in the forest. It is important, however, that learning all that you can is the key to being able survive any outdoor situation that will test your physical strength, stamina and preparedness, as well as mental skills and emotional capacity. Keeping in mind that a survival situation in a forest or anywhere else can happen to anyone, as well preparing yourself if the situation does occur, is the key to your being able to stay alive and keep out of danger in the forest. Here Is A Preview Of What You'll Learn... • Preparing For Your Trek • Create a Warm and Safe Shelter • Keep Your Body Insulated • How to Find Something to Eat • Treating Common Injuries • Get Rescued Quickly and Safely • Much, much more! Download your copy today! Tags:Survival Guide, Survival Guide for Beginners, Survive in the Forest, Survival skills

Genre: Sports & Outdoors [x]
Length: 29 Pages (2,393 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 25th, 2020

The Grant Park Papers: How The Social Internet Is Ruining Our Lives And What To Do About It by David Henry Price verified 11 hours ago

A meditation on the social internet from Grant Park in Atlanta. How it cheapens our lives and flattens our existence into an unrecognizable desert of non-distinction. "We need to recognize that boredom is a feature, not a bug. Boredom is not something we should seek to eradicate or push deep down so that we can't feel it anymore. Boredom should be embraced and cultivated. It is an eminently natural human feeling with an attendant purpose. Boredom breeds in us an appreciation for that which entertains. But if boredom did not exist, nor would its opposite pole of entertainment. The infinite loop of the social internet flattens these poles into an unrecognizable desert of non-distinction. Life is meant to be a highly-variable experience, and so often the twenty first century life is far more predictable than that of those lives lived in previous centuries."

Genre: Sports & Outdoors [x]
Length: 19 Pages (2,368 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 24th, 2020

Voluntary Peasants/Life Inside the Ultimate American Commune—THE FARM: Part 2: Year One—Building Community by Melvyn Stiriss (New Beat Books) 4.1 Stars (10 Reviews)    Price verified 12 hours ago

SOON TO BE A TV SERIES True, far-out 60s stories full of cool adventure, good vibes, warmth, humor and a look into the hearts and minds of people responding to a dangerous world situation. Entertaining and uplifting. The psychedelic sixties come alive in this multi-level history/memoir, written by a journalist who dropped out to live the story, seek enlightenment and have fun. Where have all the flower children gone? Gone to The Farm, an amazing 1,500-member hippie commune nestled in the backwoods of Tennessee. "Imagine all the people living life in peace." -- John Lennon That was us. We had it going. Beyond sex, drugs and rock 'n roll -- a remarkable experiment in collective living where thousands of high-minded people joined forces, pooled resources and attempted to create a simple, gracious, meaningful, sustainable lifestyle the world can afford. Soar free and take a trip -- an extraordinary journey from Greenwich Village beatniks in the '50s into the psychedelic '60s and '70s -- channeling heady, revolutionary times -- times rich in lessons that can possibly help us now. In the sixties, Melvyn Stiriss was a UPI wire service reporter who followed the times over the edge. These are his far-out adventures coming of age, going with the flow -- riding a powerful wave of energy that blew minds, raised consciousness and shattered conventional paradigms around the world. Enter what may seem another world -- an audacious attempt to create a better way of living -- an Earth-friendly, people-friendly, pacifist, eclectic, agrarian, vegan, spiritual community and cannabis church and home-birthing center. After attending Woodstock, Melvyn followed the energy to San Francisco, sampled the spiritual smorgasbord of swamis, yogis, gurus and chose to follow hippie "self-realized spiritual teacher" Stephen Gaskin on a round-the-country, 100-colorful hippie bus caravan. Hop on a bus and journey to Tennessee to begin a new life and a new lifestyle with 300 fellow settlers ...

Genre: Sports & Outdoors [x]
Length: 275 Pages (9,958 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 24th, 2020

Close The National Parks: The Natural Conclusion of American Conservation by David Henry Price verified 15 hours ago

Close the national parks. Keep only the smallest necessary, skeleton crew, close the gates, and don't open them for a hundred years. It goes against everything our wildly humanistic tendencies tell us, grates painfully on our sensitivities. We can't imagine it, but it isn't impossible, whether we can imagine it or not. When we cultivate a garden, we pick the weeds. In this instance, we are the weeds, and the perfect state of the garden is not ordered rows, but disordered chaos. Nature is not as Emerson imagined it, sculpted by the hand of the creator, waiting only for our ability to interpret its divine meaning. We only want this to be true. Watch the flames from afar if we must, but don't let our vanity convince us we can be the savior. Man as savior, pinned to two trees in the shape of a cross is an invention of man's mind just as surely as the natural world isn't. Embrace not knowing and accept our failure. It's the natural conclusion of the American Conservation Movement: true conservation. Trees will fall and they will make sounds, even if we aren't around to hear it.

Genre: Sports & Outdoors [x]
Length: 7 Pages (1,875 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 24th, 2020

The Rounder Side of Lean: Friendships forged in hillwalking, running and outdoor misadventures by Lisa Miller 5.0 Stars (2 Reviews)    Price verified 19 hours ago

Short stories of outdoor and sports adventures, mostly in the Scottish countryside, shared amongst friends. The accounts hold a common theme of how serious play and antics deepen friendships and enhance appreciation for fun, life and physical movement in the outdoors.

Genre: Sports & Outdoors [x]
Length: 219 Pages (5,764 KB)
Lending: Not Enabled
Added: May 24th, 2020

THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY August 2014 All Crime, All the Time by Huggins Point Publishing (Huggins Point Publishing Co. LLC.) Price verified 21 hours ago

All Crime All The Time in the Chesapeake Bay region of Maryland, Virginia and Delaware "Since the St. Mary's Today was purchased and then deliberately shut down, Southern Maryland has been devoid of any REAL newspaper reporting. All 3 of the newspapers there refuse to expose any of the "Good Ole Boy" back room deals or call out any other wrong doing. Ken Rossignol has again taken up this badly needed public service in his publishing of "The Chesapeake Today"! Ben Bradlee, the great Editor of the Washington Post for so many years, and a local resident, was a great admirer of the old St. Mary's Today. Were he still alive today I'm sure he would be equally supportive of "The Chesapeake Today". Yes the verbiage used in the paper is shocking! Unlike the "PC" news media Ken writes in the simple language used daily by most of his readers. No sugar coating, no tap dancing verbally, just the brutal, unvarnished, straight forward and honest truth! Some readers will be offended, especially those mentioned in his articles, but most of us who work hard daily appreciate getting the "straight" story and all the attempts to hide things from them by elected officials. Ken also knows where all "the bodies are buried and who buried them"! If you want nanby pamby, diluted and far left slanted news then "The Chesapeake Today" is not a paper you should purchase! It is also not the newspaper you will like if you are a law breaker or back room politician, BUT for everyone else it is a refreshing throw back to when the News Media was independent and free to print the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth!" -- DBW86

Genre: Sports & Outdoors [x]
Size: 43,878 KB
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 24th, 2020

A Fork in the Cart Path: a struggling bogey golfer considers giving up the game forever by Randy Stewart 3.8 Stars (5 Reviews)    Price verified 22 hours ago

"Improve or quit!" That's the ultimatum Randy Stewart gave himself when his mediocre golf game fell completely apart. His solution was to seek professional help for twelve months and to record his experience along the way. This book is that narrative, an autobiography of his efforts to salvage his game. It is not a rehash of prior events but rather a reaction as they unfolded. As you read, you will become part of a gallery watching this troubled hacker determine his golfing future. The book's tone is more inspirational than instructional. At its end, you should have a greater appreciation of the challenge and charm of golf. You may also look at your own life a bit differently. All golf enthusiasts will find this honest, humorous, and heartwarming story well worth the read.

Genre: Sports & Outdoors [x]
Length: 136 Pages (429 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 24th, 2020
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