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On account that 1973, Storey's nation knowledge announcements have provided sensible, hands-on directions designed to assist readers grasp dozens of nation residing talents quick and simply. There are actually greater than a hundred and seventy titles during this sequence, and their awesome acceptance displays the typical wish of kingdom and town dwellers alike to domesticate own independence in daily life.

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81 shows a way of attaching a rope to any smooth or slippery object which is to be pulled endwise; for instance a pump, a pipe of any kind, or a round log. The cut shows so plainly how to attach the rope that a description is hardly needed. A slip knot is made and the rope is wrapped several times around the object. When the end is pulled upon, the rope hugs the object so tightly that slipping is impossible. The stronger the power applied, the tighter will the rope become. The timber hitch (Fig.

23 How to Catch a Pig Pork Fritters—Slice salt pork, soak, and roll in meal or flour. Drop in hot fat and fry brown. —Clean well; season and fry as above. Always fry in hot fat; it sears the outside and retains the juices and flavor, while to put meats on in cold pan and fat extracts juices and makes good meat tough. Don’t salt fresh meats before frying; salt in pan, when nearly done, before serving. Fried Potatoes—Slice and fry raw potatoes in hot fat. Brown both sides, season with salt as you remove them, serve red hot.

By all means avoid sitting or sleeping on the ground, is a golden rule in camp, even though it feels dry. Limit of Man’s Pack—Don’t forget, 40 pounds is the limit of a man’s pack; more is making a pack mule of him. Prevent Sickness—Keep the bowels open, head cool, feet dry and there will be little, if any, sickness in camp. Hunter’s, Trapper’s, and Fisherman’s Secrets for the capture of small game or fish. Take Cocculus Indicus (the highly poisonous berry also known as “Levant Nut”), pulverize it, and mix with dough, scatter a few handfuls.

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