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A longtime outdoorswoman, KATHLEEN MEYER is the founding editor of Headwaters, published by Friends of the River. Her travel essays have been included in the Travelers’ Tales anthologies A Woman’s Passion for Travel: More True Stories from a Woman’s World and Sand in My Bra and Other Misadventures: Funny Women Write from the Road. Her adventure memoir Barefoot Hearted: A Wild Life Among Wildlife was released by Villard in 2001. Whitewater rafter and canoeist, sea-kayaker and sailor, she is also a draft horse teamster, having traversed three Rocky Mountain states by horse-drawn wagon. Ever the nontraditional spirit, Meyer resides in an old, rather unrestored, dairy barn in Montana’s Bitterroot Valley and is available for interviews. Visit her Website www.KathleenintheWoods.net and hop onto her blog Shooting the Shit
This book was bought as a gag gift for one of my hunter friends initially. However it is a well thought out book that was written very well. It is not comical at allPublished 2 months ago by Richard T. Lawson
Fun and easy to read. Good up-to-date information and exceedingly important for ALL wilderness users.Published 2 months ago by Idahomtman
I've taken a s*** with the author! She is "spot on" with her vision in this book. Where your water comes from and where it goes after you are done with it... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Martin McDonnell
Just get it. It tells you everything you want and need to know in a matter of fact detailed way. Special chapter for ladies on how to handle business that my never-camped-before... Read morePublished 5 months ago by J. Woodard
Purchased this book, in October, of 2011, but didn't get a chance until now to post a review.
A interesting topic, from a city dweller perspective, as indoor plumbing... Read more
Don't like the title. As a Christian, I used black tape over the offensive word. (Don't want others seeing me reading a book with that title). The book started-off slow... Read morePublished 6 months ago by R. Moreno Jr.
If you spend any time at all in the great out of doors, you'll need to know how to properly use the bathroom. Read morePublished 6 months ago by T. Murrell