Adirondack Explorer

Park logging lore

The contents of William O'Hern's “Adirondack Timber Cruising” are a treasure, the packaging not so much. Plagued by many of the problems of self-published books taken to press without the intervention of an editor or designer, it offers no introduction to explain the book's aim, with crowded, dense pages following no discernable organizational scheme.

It's full of great details and anecdotes, but it's not always clear who wrote

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