Whether your interest in the Grand Canyon is in a quick look from a few of the rim view points, a week-long whitewater trip on the Colorado River, a stay in a lodge on the very edge of the canyon, a walk along a rim trail, camping in the rim forest, or hiking down into the canyon, this book is for you.
Grand Canyon Guide has two major parts, Activities and Exploring. In Activities, you find out how to get to the Grand Canyon and what do do once you're there. Exploring The Canyon is for those who want to learn more about the national park, national monument, national forest, and Indian reservations that all have a part in managing the lands of the Grand Canyon region. You can also learn more about the natural and human history of the Grand Canyon. Read more about Updated January 2014
Our books have step-by-step instructions and in-depth chapters on how to get the most out of your Kindle. Both books include a Steve's excellent chapter on the history and evolution of the Kindle, and my chapter on buying the right Kindle for you. Read more about New 2014 Amazon Kindle User Guides
Congratulations! If you're looking at this book, you either own or are seriously thinking of buying a Google Nexus 2013 tablet, one of the most advanced and versatile Android tablets. The purpose of this book is to help you get the most out of your tablet by showing you how to do practical, everyday things and customize the screens and apps on your Nexus to suit the way you work or play. Read more about Published December 2013
Backpacking—in particular my solo trips—changed my life. And it all started when, at 15, I talked a couple of friends into checking out the local Explorer Scout post. The Explorer Scout program is an alternative to Senior Scouting for kids aged 15 to 18. Instead of being organized as a Boy Scout troop, Explorer posts are run as a club, with officers elected by the members. Each post has an adult advisor. Read more about On Solo Hiking
In this book, the author explains the methods he's used to successfully publish e-book and print books which are selling better than any of his traditionally-published books. His system uses free open-source software that runs on all computer platforms to keep costs low.
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Exploring Great Basin National Park is a guide to both the national park and the adjacent Mount Moriah Wilderness. Although many visitors stay at the park for just a few hours, the purpose of this book is to encourage you to stay longer and explore the park as well as the surrounding Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest. You can camp at one of the four campgrounds in the park, camp on the national forest, or stay at a motel or hotel in nearby Baker or Ely. If you are new to the area you should certainly take the tour of Lehman Caves and a drive up the Wheeler Peak Scenic Road. But these barely scratch the surface of this diverse area. Check out the opportunities for stargazing, bird watching, hiking, fishing, pine nut gathering, bicycling, horseback riding, picnicking, and more. Read more about Updated March 2013
If you own both an E Ink E-reader Kindle such as the Paperwhite and a Fire tablet, this is the book for you. It's also good if you own one and are thinking of getting the other, because there's a chapter "Which Kindle to Buy" to help you decide. Read more about Newly Revised 2013 Amazon Kindle Guide