Anderson by sailing canoe from Stokholm to Petersburg, pages 126 to 192

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Anderson by sailing canoe from Stokholm to Petersburg, pages 126 to 192: ‘Pligg was taking two cameras, one an immense arrangement, and as he intended to develop en route he wanted a good lot of gear, especially as both cameras were fitted for plates only.’

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To be continued…

See also the earlier pages:
Canoeing and Camping Adventures with R C Anderson
Anderson by sailing canoe and dinghy on Lake Wener
Anderson by sailing canoe and dinghy around Lake Wener, pages 12 to 29
Anderson by sailing canoe and dinghy around Lake Wener, pages 30-53
Anderson by sailing canoe from Christiana to Stockholm, pages 54 to 91
Anderson by sailing canoe from Christiana to Stockholm, pages 92 to 125

There were two copies of R C Anderson’s Canoeing and Camping Adventures at ABE Books when I last looked. Check now:
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2 thoughts on “Anderson by sailing canoe from Stokholm to Petersburg, pages 126 to 192”

  1. I love this book, and will get a copy as soon as I see one in my price range (up to a quid, two if I have just been paid).

    How on earth did they cram two full plate cameras plus all the chemicals, plates, dishes etc into a couple of rather small canoes? Hooray for digital cameras that slip in the pocket….

  2. My mind boggled at the same thought. How did he keep all that bulky, heavy stuff dry, for one thing? The fellas certainly deserve our respect. It's a great shame, though, that none of Pligg's images made it into the book itself.

    Gav

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