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Time Traverse By Edward Kauffmann
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Photos taken mostly on Old Mission Peninsula, in Traverse City, Michigan. This calendar covers 10/2009 - 1/2011, so you can start using it right away!
A COTTAGE IN CAMELOT By Leland Kreid
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An insider'sguide to the many alternatives for living in a nearly perfect environment. The area of Little Traverse Bay, Michigan is little changed from its beginning when the glacier's carved the... More > great lakes. However, it offers many different types of places to live. This book is intended to throw some light.< Less
Garden of Eve By Mary A Agria
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Grief changes everything. Devastated by the loss of her beloved Adam, writer Eve Brennerman despairs of finding new ground upon which to rebuild her life. And then one wintery morning, Eve spots a... More > rusty junker stranded outside the nursery she has inherited from Adam. Fate? Or coincidence? "Woman, Mother, Widow. All true and yet those words do not define me. My life is a work in progress." And thus Eve starts out on a journey to bloom where she is planted. "A tender, intelligent, heartbreaking and joyous celebration of the circle of life and the seasons." (Sharon Lovejoy, best-selling author and illustrator of garden and nature books.) GARDEN OF EVE is the second novel in the LIFE IN THE GARDEN SERIES.< Less
REMARKABLE By Richard Alan Hall
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From the moment Stanley James McMillen launched into his unpredictable career as a registered nurse, he knew it was the right thing to do. The kaleidoscope of shocking events would change his life... More > and show the strength of the remarkable human spirit in the face of terror and tragedy, because of loyality and love.< Less
Remarkable By Richard Alan Hall
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From the moment Stanly James McMillen launched into his unpredictable career as a registered nurse, he knew it was the right thing to do. The kaleidoscope of shocking events would change his life and... More > show the strength of the remarkable human spirit in the face of terror and tragedy, because of loyality and love.< Less
History of the Ottawa and Chippewa Indians of Michigan By Andrew J. Blackbird
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A reprint of the 1887 edition (there were others) by MACK-E-TE-BE-NESSY (Andrew J. Blackbird). The book is a personal history of the author and includes an Algonquin language grammar as spoken in the... More > Little Traverse Bay area of Michigan.< Less
By Bike Around Bando and Chichibu By Tony Gibb
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By Bike around Bando and Chichibu records the progress of a trip along the Bando and Chichibu Buddhist pilgrim trails on a folding bike. The trip was the fourth of such travels with journeys along... More > the O-Shikoku, the Saigoku and the Chugoku pilgrim paths preceding it. The Bando pilgrimage starts in Kamakura and traverses around and through Tokyo, past Mt Tsukuba and ending up on the Boso Peninsula east of Tokyo Bay. The Chichibu is a compact pilgrim path through Saitama Prefecture. Both routes pass through areas of rural Japan where non-Japanese tourists rarely penetrate. The text is supported by many colour photos of the route and maps showing the locations passed.< Less
By Canadian Streams By Lawrence J. Burpee
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By Canadian Streams (1909) by Lawrence J. Burpee. The world offers no parallel to this extraordinary water-road from the Atlantic to the Pacific; nor is the tale all told. From that great central... More > reservoir, that master-key to the whole system of water communications, the traveller might turn his canoe in any direction, and traverse the length and breadth of the continent to its most remote boundaries: east to the Atlantic, west to the Pacific, north to the Arctic or to Hudson Bay, and south to the Gulf of Mexico. The story of Canadian rivers would fill several volumes if one attempted to do justice to such a broad and varied theme. One may only hope, in the few pages that follow, to give glimpses of the story; to suggest, however inadequately, the dramatic and romantic possibilities of the subject; to recall a few of the memories that cling to the rivers of Canada. Who that has travelled upon their far-spreading waters has not felt the compelling charm of the rivers of Canada?< Less