Gordon Grant, one of America's top canoeing experts teaches his craft with unparalled skill. This book is for anyone, novice or experienced paddler, who wants to improve their canoe handling skills....
|Title||:||A Trailside Guide: Canoeing (New Edition)(Trailside Guides)|
|Number of Pages||:||192 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
A Trailside Guide: Canoeing (New Edition)(Trailside Guides) Reviews
Our "textbook" for Prairie State Canoeists Moving Water II class. A better-than-average book for beginners, in that it is brief and takes a simple approach. Grant doesn't mystify anything and has a lot of practical advice, acknowledging the way most people go about paddle sports in real life.For the more experienced canoeist, like any guide book, I guess, you glean what useful tips you can from the text, photos, and drawings. In this case, the suggestions for practice are good, and the instruction on strokes and technique seem like they would be particularly helpful to tandem paddlers.Of course none of it would mean anything unless you get out on the water.
Great how-to book!!! I'm so wanting to purchase a canoe this year!!! But I'll settle for at least renting one at the campsite...