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The Legend of Raven's Ridge By Nancy Shepherd
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Living alone and independent for too many years, Daisy Fields has somehow forgotten how to have fun. So when her mother suggests a new hobby -- letterboxing -- Daisy decides to give it a try. But... More > Daisy's first letterboxing attempt, at her favorite childhood park, provides more excitement than she expected. When spooky incidents related to a local legend begin to drive people away from the park that Daisy holds dear, she vows to fight back. Despite her vow, Daisy's relationship with the newcomer in town keeps her too busy to return to the park for the letterbox. It's her strong-willed independence that tests that relationship and puts her life in danger.< Less
My Own Hike By Nancy Shepherd
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At the age of 41, and having never backpacked more than thirty miles in her life, Nancy Shepherd sets off to hike the 2,168 miles of the Appalachian Trail. “My Own Hike” follows along as... More > she grows from an inexperienced hiker into a confident long-distance backpacker and gains the self-assurance to go beyond the perceived “rules” of the trail and end the hike on her own terms.< Less
My Own Hike: A Woman's Journey on the Appalchian Trail By Nancy Shepherd
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At the age of 41, and having never backpacked more than thirty miles in her life, Nancy Shepherd sets off to hike the 2,168 miles of the Appalachian Trail. "My Own Hike" follows along as... More > she grows from an inexperienced hiker into a confident long-distance backpacker and gains the self-assurance to go beyond the perceived "rules" of the trail and end the hike on her own terms.< Less
My Own Hike By Nancy Shepherd
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At the age of 41, and having never backpacked more than thirty miles in her life, Nancy Shepherd sets off to hike the 2,168 miles of the Appalachian Trail. “My Own Hike” follows along as... More > she grows from an inexperienced hiker into a confident long-distance backpacker and gains the self-assurance to go beyond the perceived “rules” of the trail and end the hike on her own terms.< Less
Where The Mountains Meet The Sea By Nancy Shepherd
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In 2003, the International Appalachian Trail was relatively new, and extended about 700 miles from Maine to Cap Gaspe in Quebec. Much of the length was still on roads, and lacked printed maps. Nancy... More > Shepherd and her partner set out on faith, trusting that they could handle whatever issues they encountered -- the first of which occurred on the very first day. Along the way Shepherd learned the importance of self-reliance and of choosing a compatible partner. She learned that sometimes adjustments are necessary, and realized that without those compromises, she may have missed the opportunity for the most important lesson of all.< Less
Passage By Nancy Shepherd
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At the threshold between youth and adulthood, Horace Johnson is no stranger to hard work, having worked alongside his father to fell trees and burn the wood into the potash that will pay off their... More > home. But at seventeen, Horace is restless to contribute more to his family and to prove his manhood. When President Jefferson proclaims an embargo against the British, effectively cutting off the family's ability to make their last payment, Horace sees his chance. Against his parents' wishes, Horace sets off to save the family farm, traveling by horseback through unfamiliar territory to Canada. Journeying through the mountains of Vermont, he meets with experiences that make him question whether he's ready to be an adult, even as he realizes there's no going back.< Less