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Cloudscapes over the Lune: Short Stories & Poems from Our Valley By Clare Weze Easterby et al.
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A book of short stories and poems set in the Lune Valley, compiled to raise money for two children's charities: Make-a-Wish Foundation UK and Rainbow Trust.
Iron Bog: Poetry on Nature, Philosophy, Politics, and Life By Clare Duklet
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A book of poetry by Clare Duklet (1942-1985), a mechanical engineer from Moorhead, Minnesota, who died in Fairbanks, Alaska. Clare Duklet's grandparents emigrated from Norway and settled in the Red... More > River Valley. Clare earned his degree from North Dakota State University. These poems focus on Nature, Philosophy, Politics, and Life. An avid cross-country skier, hiker and fisherman, he often wrote about nature, mountains, and winter. This volume of poetry is edited by his daughter, NDSU Associate Professor Kelly Sassi, and grandson Alessandro Sassi. There is a section at the end inviting readers to write about their own lives.< Less
Wrong Way Already! By The Extraordinary Tourist
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South Australian Artist, Writer and online Video Producer, David Arandle, a.k.a. 'The Extraordinary Tourist' (TET for short), journals the places he and sister, Lesley (otherwise known as The Blonde... More > Rose), visited on a 2007 road trip across the southern end of Australia from Broken Hill to Perth and many places in between. This collection of entries taken from TET's online blog, retells daily experiences as TET and Rose become obsessed with finding a statue, discovering art and retracing their steps from Whyalla to Perth (a journey their family first made in 1978). If you have never stood on the southern edge of Australia, enjoyed the art of Broken Hill, toured the Clare Valley or driven the longest straight road in Australia then this book is a great travel guide for your own adventure. If you have done all that then relive your adventure through TET's casual and often opinionated writing style. This book is for arm chair travelers as well as those who like to live the adventure.< Less
Wrong Way Already! By The Extraordinary Tourist
Paperback: $14.99
Prints in 3-5 business days
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South Australian Artist, Writer and online Video Producer, David Arandle, a.k.a. 'The Extraordinary Tourist' (TET for short), journals the places he and sister, Lesley (otherwise known as The Blonde... More > Rose), visited on a 2007 road trip across the southern end of Australia from Broken Hill to Perth and many places in between. This collection of entries taken from TET's online blog, retells daily experiences as TET and Rose become obsessed with finding a statue, discovering art and retracing their steps from Whyalla to Perth (a journey their family first made in 1978). If you have never stood on the southern edge of Australia, enjoyed the art of Broken Hill, toured the Clare Valley or driven the longest straight road in Australia then this book is a great travel guide for your own adventure. If you have done all that then relive your adventure through TET's casual and often opinionated writing style. This book is for arm chair travelers as well as those who like to live the adventure.< Less

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