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This handsome planner and log will keep you on top of everything that needs to be done on your new homestead.
Bourbon profiles the history of this Amercan whiskey, of bourbon distillers, and of bourbon drinkers, and answers the burning question: Who invented this corn liquor spirit?
Consider Womanskills the Cliff's Notes on being a self-sufficient adult. This guidebook has practical how-tos, relationship tips, and more--offering everything a woman needs (but maybe didn't learn) growing up.
The Field Guide to Snowflakes gives weather hounds tools to study the science of snow. Fascinating info and stunning microphotography leads the way.
Voyageur Press Robert DuBois founded Voyageur Press and began publishing books in 1977, with a strong emphasis on nature and the wilderness, as well as books about Minnesota and the Upper Midwest. The company was sold to Motorbooks International in 2005 and acquired by the Quarto Group in 2007. Today, Voyageur Press publishes books that illuminate, inform, and instruct on self-sufficiency, country life, American food and drink, popular science, regional travel, and music and popular culture.
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