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 Post subject: Re: Survival handbook in the Bush... or what would you do if
Unread postPosted: Thu Mar 07, 2013 12:07 pm 
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Josh of the Bushveld wrote:
NetEk wrote:
I bought Hubby The SAS Survival Guide (pocket edition) for xmas its small (really a pocket size) and it now stays with us every where. It is not just SA but the whole world and has everything from shelter to edible plants R75 at a book shop (Escaralda or something like that) in Cresta was on the counter at the tills.


I believe its Estoril Books?

NetEk, what do you think of the book? Is it worth buying?



SAS - yes I would say it's worth it.

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 Post subject: Re: Survival handbook in the Bush... or what would you do if
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I have quite a few of Peter Capstick's books and while friends who have spent a lot of time in Africa have told me it was more likely to find him propping up the bar. In fact I became quite fond of him and read some books several times.


Well depending on which bar you can view animal behavior over the rim of your glass. :w:

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 Post subject: Re: Survival handbook in the Bush... or what would you do if
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NetEk wrote:
missings.a.! wrote:
I have quite a few of Peter Capstick's books and while friends who have spent a lot of time in Africa have told me it was more likely to find him propping up the bar. In fact I became quite fond of him and read some books several times.


Well depending on which bar you can view animal behavior over the rim of your glass. :w:



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 Post subject: Re: Survival handbook in the Bush... or what would you do if
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Watch the baboons at the picnic spots what they do, a person will never go hungry although it is not recommended for daily conduct only when a person is very hungry.

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