By Richard Wiese
Born to discover is full of abilities, tasks, and crucial wisdom for the budding adventurer
Explorer extraordinaire Richard Wiese's a couple of hundred first-class initiatives convey tips on how to get pleasure from technology and nature, the best way to now not continuously take the main walked course, and the way to profit to "read" the flora and fauna. Discovery doesn't happen simply within the Amazon or deep within the ocean. It occurs in all places round us:
Navigate by way of the stars,
inform time and not using a watch,
begin a hearth with no match,
Make an igloo,
construct your personal canoe,
And be ready for any problem.
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