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YOSEMITE AND KINGS CANYON TROUT.

By: McDermand, Charles

Price: $49.50

Publisher: New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons. xi + 162 p.: 1947

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller ID: 6760972

Condition: Near Fine


[Cat. 70.-13-0323, -0324, -0325 r.] 5.5 in. w. x 8 in. tall. 8vo illus. Near Fine 1st Ed. in Good Chipped DJ. -McDermand wrote my backpacking bible which I used in the High Sierras in the late 1940's before the era of superpacks, polargard, freeze-dried food, and coated nylon. Meals took so long to prepare that we probably burned up most of the dead wood in the high country. As with McDermand, we felt lucky if we could go a week with less than 60 lb. on our backs. I remember friends castigating McDermand, who worked as a salesman at the Emporium Sports Dept. in San Francisco, because his bo... View more info

YOSEMITE AND KINGS CANYON TROUT.

By: McDermand, Charles

Price: $36.00

Publisher: New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons. xi + 162 p.: 1947

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller ID: 6760973

Condition: Near Fine


[Cat. 70.-13-0325, -0326, -0327, -0328 r.] 5.5 in. w. x 8 in. tall. 8vo illus. Near Fine 1st Ed. in No DJ. -McDermand wrote my backpacking bible which I used in the High Sierras in the late 1940's before the era of superpacks, polargard, freeze-dried food, and coated nylon. Meals took so long to prepare that we probably burned up most of the dead wood in the high country. As with McDermand, we felt lucky if we could go a week with less than 60 lb. on our backs. I remember friends castigating McDermand, who worked as a salesman at the Emporium Sports Dept. in San Francisco, because his books... View more info

YOSEMITE AND KINGS CANYON TROUT.

By: McDermand, Charles

Price: $45.00

Publisher: New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons. xi + 162 p.: 1947

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller ID: 6760780

Condition: Very Good


[Cat. 70.-13-0112 sx.] 5.5 in. w. x 8 in. tall. 8vo illus. Very Good 1st Ed. in facsimile taped DJ. -McDermand wrote my backpacking bible which I used in the High Sierras in the late 1940's before the era of superpacks, polargard, freeze-dried food, and coated nylon. Meals took so long to prepare that we probably burned up most of the dead wood in the high country. As with McDermand, we felt lucky if we could go a week with less than 60 lb. on our backs. I remember friends castigating McDermand, who worked as a salesman at the Emporium Sports Dept. in San Francisco, because his books encourag... View more info