Published 1983 by Forest Service, Northern Region, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture in [Missoula, Mont.?] .
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If you only remember one thing from this wilderness survival guide, it's this: The #1 wilderness survival priority is maintaining a calm center. Keeping your head on your shoulders. Staying cool.
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Wilderness is a place where the wild potential is fully expressed, a diversity of living and nonliving beings flourishing according to their own sorts of order." Thus, for Snyder, the wild is not. Photo Credit: People keep making the dangerous pilgrimage to the Alaskan Wilderness where the book Into the Wild was set.
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