Monster Spotter's Guide to North America

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This holiday season, on those long, endless hikes you take with your squabbling extended family into anonymous woodland prior to sitting down to a feast of carbs, you could do worse than take along the Monster Spotter's Guide to North America. Here in Florida, for example, you'd look up the section on the mighty Skunk Ape (p. 51) and pick up some pointers--like the fact that it enjoys stealing "pots of lima beans." Oh--and it smells like something found in a dumpster. These are important facts to know if you want to survive out in the wilderness. From Abominable Swamp Slob to Zombies, divided up by region of the country (with additional sections on Mexico and Canada), this book has you covered--complete with drawings and maps. Check out their website as well.--JeffV

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Posted by: Gerry | Saturday December 22, 2007 at 12:35 AM

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Posted by: Robin | Friday December 21, 2007 at 11:39 AM

I've got a couple of friends that are both geocachers and backpackers. This is a cool addition to their stodgy traveling guides full of facts and practical tips. Thanks for the great suggestion.

Posted by: MissedOpportunity | Friday December 21, 2007 at 9:48 AM

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