Finding Your Way on Land or Sea. Harold Gatty.
Finding Your Way on Land or Sea. After distinguished service for both the US and Australia in WW2 (including publishing a navigation guide which was part of the standard equipment on all US life-rafts), Gatty settled in Fiji (he established Fiji Airways, which is still Fiji's international flag-carrier airline) and became convinced that the Western world had much to learn from the Polynesian navigators who regularly. made long ocean voyages between the tiny islands speckled across the Pacific. This book is the summation of Gatty's vast experience and study of aerial navigation.
Nature Is Your Guide book. I liked it a lot and definitely plan on using these tricks to observe nature. Nature Is Your Guide: How To Find Your Way On Land & Sea. by. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
how to find your way on land and sea by observing nature. Published 1958 by Dutton in New York.
Nature is your guide. how to find your way on land and sea by observing nature.
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Destination, rates & speeds. J. H. Doolittle, Harold Gatty (Foreword). 4. Nature Is Your Guide: How to Find Your Way on Land and Sea by Observing Nature. Published by Penguin Books (1979). ISBN 10: 0140050760 ISBN 13: 9780140050769.
without map or compass, Harold Gatty ; foreword by James H. Doolittle. 1 nature is your guide. 2 how early man found his way.
Finding your way without map or compass, Harold Gatty ; foreword by James H. p. cm. Originally published: Nature is your guide. 3 is there a sixth sense?
Today's adventurers will learn how to find their way in the wilderness, in towns, in the desert, in snow-covered areas - even on the ocean - by observing birds, animals, weather patterns, vegetation, shifting sands, patterns of snow fields, and the positions of the sun, moon.
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This book is essentially an unabridged reprint of the 1958 publication Nature is Your Guide: How to Find Your Way on Land and Sea by Observing Nature. Complete with monochrome illustrations, tables and diagrams, it is an unrivalled guide to this fascinating subject, featuring clear explanations from one of the world's great navigators. Details: Author: Harold Gatty.