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How to Rent a Fire Lookout in the Pacific Northwestby Tom Foley and Tish Steinfeld
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This is the first complete guide to all the fire lookouts available to rent in Oregon and Washington. Ranging from a luxurious cabin just off the road to a remote 60-foot-high tower deep in the wilderness, these beautiful, secluded, and historic structures provide wonderful destinations. The authors have personally visited each lookout to provide you with complete and up-to-date information on renting your own private place in the woods.
For each lookout you'll find a complete description, including type of structure, available heating/lighting, cooking and sleeping facilities, furnishings, and suitability for children; information on the rental procedure, cost, capacity, and dates available; detailed directions to the lookoutland a photo of each lookout and topographic map of the surrounding area.
Book News Annotation:
Only devotion to duty keeps us writing this when we could be savoring sites described in what is subtitled "...guide to renting fire lookouts, guard stations, ranger cabins, warming shelters and bunkhouses in the National Forests of Oregon and Washington." Don't buy this book. We want no crowds.
Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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