“A collection of scraps and oddments of unusual and interesting facts…… gleaned from all manor of places during my years of wondering the countryside” With Ninety-six Drawings by the author and four coloured plates. 192 pages. Pictorial dust jacket over brown cloth. dj vg Book vg
Price includes UK Posting – For other postal rates to more distant locations please contact me.
I will apply a discount for simultaneous purchases, If I remember.
Published by The Sid Vale Association. Strolls 3rd edition early 70’s 40 pages and an inserted folded map. Bypaths 17th edition 32 pages with inserted folded map. Both as new.
Through the post anywhere in UK (including Sidmouth)
A 1948 reprint both book and dj vg+. All about Arran for Holiday Maker, Hiker, Mountaineer, Historian, Geologist and Naturalist, no mention of Chief Cook and Bottle washer. 164 pages 170 X 110cm (I would normally have used inches but 1/2 inches make it difficult to type.
I offer it at £2.50 (+p&p if you are not visiting my shop)
W. A. Poucher’s guides, first published in the 1960s, are some of the most popular books for fellwalkers, climbers and scramblers ever published. They are packed with guidance on clothing, equipment, accommodation, route finding, distances and times, all in an attractive pocket-sized format to slip into your rucksack. Aspiring landscape photographers will find a chapter of essential tips in each book to help them too. This copy is near fine and available for £2.50.
I don’t restrict myself to the “Dalesman” magazine, I look out for all their publications even when they stray out of God’s Own County (GOC).
Exploring: The Lake District, North Yorkshire Moors and the Yorkshire Coast (three Books)
Lakeland A to Z
Peak District Walks
Shepherds Crooks and Walking Sticks
Walking in; Airedale : Bronte Country : North Yorkshire Moors : Lower Wharfedale : Upper Wharfedale
Yorkshire Mysteries and Oddities
All are available along with many other Dalesman publications, though if you intend visiting my shop and you are interested let me know as they are all at home as I intend getting round to reading them, especially the “walking” books. As the bumper sticker should say “Bibliophiles just read about it”.