The Lost Art of Reading Nature’s Signs
by Gooley, Tristan
When Tristan Gooley steps outside, the terrain provides him with an immense number of clues about his environment, and where he is. In this book, which is the succesor to his immensely popular "The Natural Navigator", Tristan talks in detail about the types of clues that can be observed in a number of different environments. Gooley describes clues for when deep in nature, in cities or urban areas, walking at night, walking in sand or snow, and along the coast. Each of his chapters includes descriptives stories of his own experiences, and how he used those clues. A great book for those who like to adventure ashore as well as on the water.