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Civil War Battles Along the Wilderness Trail By wayne taylor
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Children's book on the Civil War battles of Barboursville, London, and Wildcat Mountain in Kentucky. Big pages in full color.
Civil War Battles Along the Wilderness Trail By wayne taylor
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Children's book on the Civil War battles of Barboursville, London, and Wildcat Mountain in Kentucky. Big pages in full color.
Unexpected Wilderness By John Modrell
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An adventure seeking couple set out to explore an untamed and beautiful country. Besides finding the beauty and peace they were craving more was in store for them. Just when they thought their... More > adventure was over an unexpected opportunity appears. By following their hearts they are rewarded with finding what few others will ever see. Enjoy this journey through gentle meadows and rugged dangerous trails.< Less
Wilderness Rose By Jeff Randolph
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Wilderness Rose (B&W edition) An odyssey –yes—adventure—yes—living reality—yes—Poetry—yes—Miracles yes--Written from the heart to hearts that... More > long for such a life but never get to live it. It can be done as you take the trails this family blazed in the pristine heart of the Yukon Territory, Canada. Selling all, they embraced the dangers of the North, lonesome isolation, a life poured out with the First Nations people of the Yukon for over twenty years. You will enjoy reading this true story of one family’s odyssey into the heart of the Yukon Territory. The book is illustrated with 227 photos, 7 maps and 4 illustrations. Also included are 14 poems taken from Jeff Randolph’s work in progress “Spires of Light” a book soon to be published with over 90 poems blended with his favorite photos framed in his own background creations.< Less
Wilderness Ways By William J. Long
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Illustrated. Ambleside Online Book. Naturalist William J. Long (1857-1952) was also the minister of the First Congregationalist Church in Stamford, CT. He would travel from Stamford in March, often... More > with his two daughters Lois and Cesca, to "the wilderness" of Maine. They would stay there until the first snows of October, and sometimes all winter. He wrote of these wilderness experiences in books Ways of Wood Folk, Wilderness Ways, Wood-folk Comedies, Northern Trails, Wood Folk at School, along with many others. His earlier books were illustrated by Charles Copeland; two later ones were illustrated by Charles Livingston Bull. He believed that the best way to experience the wild was to plant yourself and sit for hours on end to let the wild "come to you; and they will!".< Less
Wild Revival: Surviving the Appalachian Trail's 100 Mile Wilderness By Mark Kelley
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The most rugged and challenging stretch of the Appalachian Trail, the 100 Mile Wilderness, pummels Will (aka Wayward) and the other hikers that pass through it, presenting death drop cliffs,... More > lightning strikes, flooded rivers, and dangerous wildlife in the path.< Less
The End of the Trail By Luke Allan
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The story tells of a house party, which, by way of novelty, is held at a summer camping the Canadian wilds. The camp, though delightful in the summer, is a grim and desolate spot in the winter, as... More > the party soon find out. An atmosphere of eerieness and danger is cleverly created by the author, and leads up to a startling tragedy. The mystery surrounding the murder is complete at first, and its ultimate solution lacks nothing in the way of unexpectedness. Here we have excitement, murder, and a dramatic denouement in the best "thriller" tradition, but Luke Allan has this time given us more than the usual ration. The atmosphere of tension and danger which overhangs the characters throughout places this latest Luke Allan high up in the "thriller" class.< Less
Idaho Trail By M. A. Harker
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Historical story about men and women who settled the Idaho and Montana territory. One family's joys and sorrows in settling the wilderness.
Idaho Trail By M. A. Harker
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Historical story about men and women who settled the Idaho and Montana territory. One family's joys and sorrows in settling the wilderness.
Wilderness Adventures on Horseback By Philip Beaudet
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These are a few of the author's many numerous and humorous adventures on horseback in the Trinity Alps, Yosemite and the Pacific Crest Trail here in Californy. This edition is 8.5 X 11 softcover and... More > is complete with full color images of these adventures. Wilderness Adventures on Horseback is an amazing read of the true, back-country adventures of gutsy horses and stalwart friends. The equine characters tackle trails “impassable” to horses, rickety bridges over chasms, and slick-rock granite passes at lofty elevations. The intrepid friends push themselves to their sometimes frightening, other times admirable, and many times hilarious limits. The author refers to many trails as “E-ticket rides,” and that’s what I guarantee the reader will get!< Less