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A Useless Guide to the Pacific Crest Trail By Joel Clark
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The printed day-by-day journal of Joel (Mojave) Clark's thru-hike of the 2,658 mile Pacific Crest Trail in 2006. Details the "fun" of hiking with an obsessive-compulsive trail partner; but... More > also the beauty, the bizarre, and the techniques of hiking from Mexico to Canada.< Less
A Useless Guide to the Pacific Crest Trail By Joel Clark
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The printed day-by-day journal of Joel (Mojave) Clark's thru-hike of the 2,658 mile Pacific Crest Trail in 2006. Details the "fun" of hiking with an obsessive-compulsive trail partner; but... More > also the beauty, the bizarre, and the techniques of hiking from Mexico to Canada.< Less
Low Roads and Highways By Joel Clark
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The author describes his nonfiction book as a "Reality Novel," to be compared with "Reality Television." But the reality is that this story pretends to be shallow and without... More > depth, like Reality Television; yet the entire book, which takes place over the course of a winter and spring, parallels a famous Italian epic poem from the 1300's. The story details Joel's winter stay at a horse ranch in Utah's high desert, and a road trip from California to Georgia to attend a wedding. The encounters he has with desert rats, drunken bar flys, strange hitch hikers and others along the way are recorded in amazing detail. There are layers of disfunction, spirituality, metaphor, and allegory throughout the book, leaving the reader amused and sustained on every mental level.< Less
Low Roads and Highways By Joel Clark
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The author describes his nonfiction book as a "Reality Novel," to be compared with "Reality Television." But the reality is that this story pretends to be shallow and without... More > depth, like Reality Television; yet the entire book, which takes place over the course of a winter and spring, parallels a famous Italian epic poem from the 1300's. The story details Joel's winter stay at a horse ranch in Utah's high desert, and a road trip from California to Georgia to attend a wedding. The encounters he has with desert rats, drunken bar flys, strange hitch hikers and others along the way are recorded in amazing detail. There are layers of disfunction, spirituality, metaphor, and allegory throughout the book, leaving the reader amused and sustained on every mental level.< Less