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Trail Hand

Author : R. W. Stone
ISBN : 1611738938
Genre : Fiction
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Owen Burke just wanted a little extra money. He had no idea he'd also be getting a heap of trouble when he signed on to guide a horse drive from Mexico to California. First he was bushwhacked by a bunch of banditos who stole his mount. Worse, they then drove off the rest of the herd, and because they had Owen's horse, the ramrod thinks Owen purposely led his group into a trap. Alone and on foot, he has no choice but to go after the thieves and prove his innocence, if the ramrod and his gang don't kill him first.

John Muir Trail

Author : Elizabeth Wenk
ISBN : 9780899977362
Genre : Travel
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Elizabeth Wenk's authoritative guide describes the 212-mile John Muir Trail, running from Yosemite Valley to the summit of Mt. Whitney. John Muir Trail provides all the necessary planning information, including up-to-date details on wilderness and permit regulations, food resupplies, trailhead amenities, and travel from nearby cities. Useful essentials are updated GPS coordinates and maps for prominent campsites (along with an updated list of sites along the trail), trail junctions, bear boxes, and other points of interest. The trail descriptions also include natural and human history to provide a workout for both body and mind — a must-have for any Muir Trail enthusiast. Note that the text includes the southbound trail description, while the full guide with the northbound description is available as a separate ebook product.

The Words In My Hand

Author : Guinevere Glasfurd
ISBN : 1473617871
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Holding Stone Hands

Author : Alan Boye
ISBN : 0803261853
Genre : History
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In 1878 approximately three hundred Northern Cheyennes under the leadership of Dull Knife and Little Wolf fled shameful conditions on an Indian Territory reservation in present-day Oklahoma. Settled there against their will, they were making a peaceful attempt to return to their homeland in the Tongue River country of Montana. Despite earlier promises that the Cheyennes could choose to leave the reservation, government officials declared them renegades and sent thousands of soldiers in pursuit. In 1995 Alan Boye set out on foot to follow Dull Knife's thousand-mile flight through the sparsely populated wilderness of America's high plains. Along the way he was joined by descendents of Dull Knife. Holding Stone Hands is the tale of two journeys. Boye provides a vivid, moving account of the Cheyenne's struggle to return to Montana. At the same time, he details the trek he and his Cheyenne companions made through four states and his growing understanding of why the Cheyenne's longing for their homeland was stronger than their desire to live.

The Single Plane Golf Swing

Author : Todd Graves
ISBN : 9781612548920
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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The mysterious and reclusive genius Moe Norman is acknowledged as the best ball-striker in the history of golf by many of the game’s greats. The Single Plane Golf Swing: Play Better Golf the Moe Norman Way reveals the secrets of the swing that enabled him to hit the ball solidly with unerring accuracy and consistency—every time. Norman’s simple, efficient, and easily understood Single Plane Swing has improved the games of thousands of golfers. Golf professional Todd Graves, known as ‘Little Moe” and regarded as the world authority on Norman’s swing, comprehensively teaches readers the mechanics, drills, and feelings of the Single Plane Swing that Moe called “The Feeling of Greatness.” Graves shares Norman’s brilliant insights and liberating approach to the game and demonstrates why the conventional “tour” swing is too complex and frustrating for the majority of amateurs. Illustrated with more than 300 photographs and written with Tim O’Connor, Norman’s biographer, the book also engagingly tells Norman’s bittersweet life story and explores the teacher-student bond forged between Norman and his protégé Graves.

Get Your Swing In Gear

Author : Rob Bernard
ISBN : 9781449063825
Genre : Reference
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The Trail To Ogallala

Author : Benjamin Capps
ISBN : 0875650139
Genre : Fiction
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This novel won the 1964 Spur Award for best western novel of the year. It is a realistic account of a cattle drive involving 3000 head along the Western Cattle Trail from a ranch about 50 or 60 miles west of San Antonio, Texas, to Ogallala, Nebraska, in the late 1870s or early 1880s. It is obvious that this Texan author did research in preparation for this story.

The Trail At Hand

Author : Duane Howard
ISBN : 9780595187515
Genre : Fiction
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ZACK CLAYTON is a man hardened by the perilous life of a fur trapper in the Rocky Mountains. When Zack's partner is killed by a bear he vows to his share to the next of kin in Cairo, Illinois. Zack encounters horse stealers, river pirates, rogues and romance while fulfilling his promise. His life makes a dramatic change when he meets ANN BELL and later has to rescue her from twin scoundrels who believe he is keeping a fortune in gold from them. Travel back to 1825 when St. Louis was the thriving capital of the fur industry, slavery was an institution, and the trail to the Shining Mountains were long and arduous.

Hand Drilling And Breaking Rock For Wilderness Trail Maintenance

Author : Dale Mrkich
ISBN : MINN:31951D01340989W
Genre : Rock-drills
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The Chisholm Trail

Author : Wayne Gard
ISBN : 080611536X
Genre : History
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Presents a history of the route which became the "Main Street" of the Texas cattle trade after the Civil War and remained until after its closing in 1884

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