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End To Ending

Author : Tanner Critz
ISBN : 0984619917
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Critz chronicles his transformation as he walks the 2,000-mile Appalachian Trail. On his six-and-one-half-month journey through the woods, he takes on the trail name Wayah (Cherokee for wolf) and sheds his old life.

60 Hikes Within 60 Miles San Antonio And Austin

Author : Charles Llewellin
ISBN : 9781634040419
Genre : Travel
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The San Antonio and Austin areas are steeped in history -- San Antonio's Alamo stands as a symbol of Texas' fierce independence, while Austin is recognized as the cradle of Texas statehood. This area is also known for some of the most impressive hiking in the Lone Star State. 60 Hikes Within 60 Miles: San Antonio and Austin by veteran authors Charlie Llewellin and Johnny Molloy guides readers to the best trails found in the Texas Hill Country, all within easy reach of these two cities. The guide takes you to secluded, low traffic areas as well as those that are more popular and heavily used. The former LBJ Ranch, the Gaudalupe River, the Highland Lakes Chain, and the Lost Pines area are just some of the spectacular places covered. With this new edition in the best-selling 60 Hikes Within 60 Miles series, all these visually stunning and ruggedly charming routes are at the traveler's fingertips. This handy guide helps San Antonio and Austin natives get back into nature, with many options right in town. Extensive at-a-glance information makes it easy to choose the perfect hike based on length, difficulty, scenery, or on a specific factor such as hikes good for families, runners, or birding. Each trail profile includes maps, directions, driving times, nearby attractions, and other pertinent details.

Zombies On Kilimanjaro

Author : Tim Ward
ISBN : 9781780993393
Genre : Travel
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A father and son climb Mount Kilimanjaro. On the journey to the roof of Africa they traverse the treacherous terrain of fatherhood, divorce, dark secrets and old grudges, and forge an authentic adult relationship. The high-altitude trek takes them through some of the weirdest landscapes on the planet, and the final all-night climb to the frozen summit tests their endurance. On the way to the top father and son explore how our stories about ourselves can imprison us in the past, and the importance of letting go. The mountain too has a story to tell, a story about Climate Change and the future of humankind - a future etched all too clearly on Kilimanjaro’s retreating glaciers.

Stepping Wild Hiking The Appalachian Trail With Mingo

Author : Phill Grounds
ISBN : 1478742410
Genre : Philosophy
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The decision to hike the Appalachian Trail came too easy. How hard could it be? Having more experience than most, who attempt the over two thousand mile hike, Phill decided to go for it. Little did he know, trouble was waiting for him. He did not hike to "find himself," nor out of inspiration nor desperation. The five month journey tested his strength, endurance, courage and caused more pain than expected. How hard could it be? The answer to that is here in "STEPPING WILD." What could go wrong, did! The experience was exhilarating and terrifying. A hike, over two thousand miles, is filled with highs and lows, humor and grief, and obstacles that could break any man. The Appalachian Trail, a true American treasure, attracts thousands of hikers each year, like moths to a flame. Phill was drawn to that challenge. His troubles began before he ever saw the trail. With determination and grit, he made his way northbound from Georgia to Maine. New skill sets were acquired as Phill, trail name "Mingo," faced dangerous situations and errors brought on by his own overconfidence. This was Mingo's hike, one that should have never been possible. It was a hike that should not be forgotten.

My Appalachian Trial I

Author : Steve Adams
ISBN : 1533179956
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Steve Adams, a retired, overweight, 61-year-old Brit, who had never hiked in his life, decided one day that he wanted an adventure. Not willing to settle for just any old adventure, he decided to hike the entire length of America's Appalachian Trail, a beguiling attraction for many hikers, both home-grown and from all corners of the globe. Stretching from Georgia to Maine, taking its travelers on a whimsical journey through national forests and parks, along ridges and over mountains, the A.T. is the longest hiking-only trail in the world. The Appalachian Trail is physically strenuous and emotionally taxing, involving a commitment of about six months to complete the entire 2,200 miles: only one in four of the people who start in Georgia will actually complete the hike. Steve was completely unprepared for the myriad challenges that the trail offered him, but took them on with gusto. My Appalachian Trial I: Three Weddings and a Sabbatical tells Steve's story of the hike from its origins, details his careful preparation and tentative first steps, and follows his faltering progress and eventual growth as a hiker. Often intimate, sometimes profound, and occasionally profane, My Appalachian Trial I explains why Steve was drawn to such an iconic trail, how he embraced it, and what happened when things went wrong.

Taking Measures Across The American Landscape

Author : James Corner
ISBN : 9780300086966
Genre : Photography
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Only in the past century have Americans been able to see their country from the air, to view its majestic natural and manmade topography and muse how it came to look the way it does. Landscape architect James Corner and aerial photographer Alex MacLean now present photographs, exquisite map-drawings, and thoughtful essays that record their flights across the continental United States and express their growing understanding of the way the American landscape has been forged by various cultures in the past and what the possibilities are for its future design.

The Proving Grounds

Author : Carol Wellman
ISBN : 1542464382
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Come along with Brawny as she thru hikes the Appalachian Trail for the second time. Because she already had one successful thru hike- detailed in her book My Journey to Freedom and Ultralight Backpacking- under her belt, she thought it would be a breeze. Not so. As the years and challenges mount up, she calculates the true cost.Hiking on a frugal budget of $100 a week, Wellman meets and greets a wide range of trekkers. If you're planning a hike, this book is a must read. It will show you the secrets of a bonafide ultralighter so that you can enjoy a light pack too. Learn how to resupply, clue you in on the jargon, and show you how to make your own tent for a fraction of the cost. Resupply points are listed to help you plan your hike as well. Learn, laugh and love the trail with memorable characters balancing the electronic age with an old fashioned hike along America's best loved Trail. Billed the People's Trail, the Appalachian Trail has something for everyone. From trail magic to trail angels, maintainers and hikers, a great community lives and breathes all along this great range of mountains.

Ramona And Her Father

Author : Beverly Cleary
ISBN : 0192751034
Genre : Children's stories
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Ramona's father has lost his job and all the family are miserable, so Ramona decides to try and cheer them up, in her own inimitable way.

Encountering Bigfoot

Author : Katherine Krohn
ISBN : 9781491402436
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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"In graphic novel format, describes eyewitness encounters with creatures many believe to be big foots"--

Leave No Trace

Author : Annette McGiveney
ISBN : 9781594851971
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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CLICK HERE to download the chapter on "Principles To Live By" from Leave No Trace * Wilderness ethics for minimizing impact on fellow wilderness travelers and wildlife * A portion of the proceeds goes to the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics Beyond cleaning up your trash and not cutting down trees for firewood, how far should you go to minimize your impact on wilderness lands? What is really important, and what is too extreme? Annette McGivney provides thoughtful answers based on scientific facts. She presents practical tips and techniques tailored for hikers, climbers, backcountry skiers, mountain bikers, equestrians, sea kayakers, canoeists, and rafters. And most importantly, there are tips for teaching Leave No Trace practices to children and others.

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