Half way through this book. Man, what an adventurer this guy was. He's now in Africa. I never read so much detail about scouting and a better description of the Apaches who Burnham fought and totally respected. The attitude at the time about the natives of Africa precludes a film ever being made about Burnham while fighting for the British under Cecil Rhodes for reasons I don't have to explain. The movie theaters would be burned down. Lots about his shooting abilities and how he used a Martini-Henry for hunting on his and his family's first trek into Africa. but his trusty '73 Winchester carbine was by his side. It says his wife stitched bullet loops on belts. Bet she did the ones on his belt always pictured with his '75 Remington.