A fantastic review for “Backwoods Brief” by Aaron R. Roberts

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… are new to survivalist type info this is the perfect starter book, By Mark Trail

This review is from Backwoods Brief (Kindle Edition)
If you are new to survivalist type info, this is the perfect starter book. It is obvious that the author has practiced what he was writing about. Unlike other books that are tedious of information, trying to cover every type region, or event, or a different style, Aaron just told you about the things that have worked for him.

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You can find “Backwoods Brief”
by Aaron R. Roberts at:

Amazon – FREE on Kindle Unlimited

 

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From “Day Trip” (425 Hillside) by Aaron R. Roberts

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One day may be all we have to make a memory of an event that seemed to be important.Dad is not too far behind me. I have to jump to get into the truck. If dad didn’t leave the truck door open a crack, I would not get the door open. I am short, and the truck is tall. Dad even has to jump a little. He grabs the steering wheel and hops at the same time. He said the truck needs to be this tall so he can go through high water so he can make it work. It is a four-wheeled drive so he can even make it in the mud and snow. It is a fun truck to ride in. Someday I hope it is mine. “I grabbed you lunch, you are going to have to scoot over, so I will have room to steer.” dad said with a smile.

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You can find “Day Trip” (425 Hillside)
by Aaron R. Roberts at:

Amazon – FREE on Kindle Unlimited

“Day Trip” (425 Hillside) by Aaron R. Roberts

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It is definitive that one day in the life of a person can make you see a little insight into that person’s upbringing. Today two friends spend time with each other as if it was the most exciting thing in life to do.
Reflecting and refracting on their experiences together enlightens an adults image of the twos friendships. Every day should be day one. Day one in the sense that it is day one to make a friend, forgive an old enemy and just to rejoice in the day the Lord made. One day may be all we have to make a memory of an event that seemed to be important.

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You can find “Day Trip” (425 Hillside)
by Aaron R. Roberts at:

Amazon – FREE on Kindle Unlimited