The History, the Lore, the Life
By Lauren Jarvis (Author)
The traditional lumberjack look and way of life isn't just for those who work in the woods anymore. This illustrated guide celebrates everything that has made the lumberjack an iconic figure. Alongside fascinating essays about the history of the profession, you'll find expert tutorials for working with an ax, grooming tips for maintaining a full-body beard, field guides to woodland animals, and homestyle recipes traditionally served at logging camps. There's no need to have experience in wielding an ax or felling a tree to enjoy the light-hearted advice and thrilling tales in this gift-worthy guide.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S)
Lauren Jarvis is an editor, writer, and photographer specializing in adventure, wildlife, and conservation. She has traveled extensively in North America and across the world’s other six continents, taking on challenges including canoeing the Yukon River and trekking to Everest Base Camp. She is the travel editor of Breathe magazine, the former editorial director of National Geographic Kids magazine, a regular contributor to National Geographic, and coauthor of the annual Visit USA Travel Planner. She is based in the UK.