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Books for the road.

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I have a stack of books in my car. Since I am almost always going fishing if I'm not going to work, I leave them in there. The following books live in my jeep:

Meck
Landis
PA delorme
Weamer's guide to the upper delaware
Armstrong's limestoner book.

On a trip south, I'll include Harry Murray's shenandoah book.

Does anyone else do this? What do you carry on trips?

Posted on: 2010/5/10 13:23


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Try Desert Solitaire by Edward Abbey.

Wolf book.

Posted on: 2010/5/10 13:35
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PA Delorme lives in my vehicle.

These books are almost guaranteed to find their way on a trip.

Meck
Landis
Pocket Guide to PA Hatches

If headed to Great Lakes for steelies, I take the Nagy book.

Just added Huges Handbook of Hatches and Mike Heck's book which may find their way into the rotation depending on where I'm headed.

Posted on: 2010/5/10 19:51
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Jayl - Which edition of the Armstrong book are you using?

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I believe it is the first edition. I'll have to verify that for you. I got it for pocket change on amazon.

Posted on: 2010/5/10 21:30


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Meck
Hatches II
computer print out of wild trout streams

Posted on: 2010/5/11 9:32


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State forest maps. And state park maps of some of the larger state parks.

Pretty good maps for the price (free).

Posted on: 2010/5/11 11:43


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Delorme Atlas. Landis' book is usually there too.

I enjoy listening to books on tape while driving and am wondering whether any FFing books, or books about PA geography/history, are available in audio book form(?).

Posted on: 2010/5/11 12:12


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Dave,

I have two hawking books: a brief history of time and the universe in a nutshell in audio book form. One could argue that it is technically PA history!

Agreed... I love audio books and would love to have some FFing ones. You can, however, download FFing podcasts. Some of them are pretty good, but I'm out of the loop on the best ones.

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Meck
Landis
Delorme
Armstrong
Folder full of Maps and Nat. Rep. List

Always in my car!

Posted on: 2010/5/12 9:26
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