A no-nonsense book about how to make a dry, safe, comfortable camp by a journalist/authority on outdoor life. The book is arranged in chapters which take up the matters of equipment, food, making and striking a camp and good camp behavior and safety. The material is saved from boredom by its brevity. Scout and family trip enthusiasts will benefit by the directive hints for which Mr. McNally always provides terse, commonsense reasons. For a younger reading audience than last year's Anyone Can Camp in Comfort.