The Daily Coyote

The Daily Coyote

A Story of Love, Survival, and Trust in the Wilds of Wyoming

Book - 2008
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Southern California
5th Edition - December 1, 2013

The Pacific Crest Trail Pocket Map Series is a complete and concise set of topographic maps created with digitized base maps covering every step of the 2,655 mile trail from Mexico to Canada.

The land cover, hydrology and contour data used to create these maps has been collected within the last 5 years, presented in a completely uniform manner across all 381 maps. No other complete PCT map set available can say this!

+ 381 full color, digitized topographic maps
+ Seamless. Uniform styles, colors, fonts and unit of measure.
+ Beautiful 3D hill shading
+ Highly detailed elevation chart on each map
+ Last 5 years of fire perimeters
+ Section overview maps with sub-sections and legends
+ 6" x 9" (15.2cm x 22.9cm) format for easy pack stowage
+ Accumulated trail mileage every mile
+ Resupply locations within 90 miles of map center
+ 1:38500 scale with NAD83 decimal degree tick marks
+ Data book information printed at each locale on the maps
+ Accurate trail trace is a hybrid of USFS,, et al.
+ Over 2,400 resupply, water, trail junction, camp site, etc, locations

Part of a 3 volume set, these 6" x 9" full color topographic maps are designed to stow easily into your pack, without sacrificing the detail required by a hiker in the back country.

All 3 Pacific Crest Trail Pocket Maps volumes are: Southern California, Northern California and Oregon/Washington.

Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster, 2008
Edition: 1st Simon & Schuster hardcover ed
ISBN: 9781416592181
Characteristics: 287, [4] p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 21 cm


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May 16, 2010

I got this book out after it was mentioned on The title of the book makes more sense if you know that it’s a blog-turned-book.

Neither remarkable nor un-, it is a sweet little story about the author’s first year spent with a wild coyote pup turned pet. The main drawback is that the story is much better than the writing; it feels like Stockton is telling her story as a one-sided conversation with the reader, including the parts where you realize you’ve forgotten something your listener will need to know to understand the next bit, so you hurriedly go off on a tangential explanation and return several minutes later with “So anyway, where was I? Oh yes …” However, the thousands of words all the photographs in this book are worth make up for it.


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