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Outdoor Photography 2012 By Eric Pinder
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Spectacular scenery from the Appalachian Trail, windswept Mount Washington, Iceland, and Maine's rugged mountains in Baxter State Park adorn this attractive 12-month 2012 wall calendar, featuring... More > nature photography by Eric Pinder, author of NORTH TO KATAHDIN. Lists major and minor U.S. Holidays.< Less
Tim Canwell 2013 Calendar By Tim Canwell
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A visual journey through the four seasons of New England and NewFoundland.
The American Landscape 2014 Calendar By Jason Knight
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Travel the USA right from your home or office with this 2014 calendar featuring breathtaking scenes from across the country. From California's Santa Monica Pier to Maine's Mount Katahdin to Florida's... More > Lake Lochloosa to Chicago's Millennium Park - and 8 other locations from every quadrant of the USA - enjoy a seasonal photo each month that brings you America's natural, manmade, and cultivated beauty (with an emphasis on the natural.) Holidays notated for each of the major religions. Check out the calendar preview to see all 12 photos!< Less
Adventure Tales of Wayward: An Appalachian Trail Thru-Hiker By Mark Wilson Kelley
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This is the intimate account of my Appalachian Trail thru-hike. In the months preceding my thru-hike, I was deeply depressed, struggling with coming of age, substance abuse, and relationships. The... More > trail presented a unique opportunity for discovery, reflection, and introspection. I dropped out of school and within weeks I stood alone to Mt. Katahdin with 2,175 trail miles before me. Along the way, I trudged through mosquito-infested swamps in Maine, scaled Mt. Washington in zero visibility, and squared off with a 1,000 pound moose on a narrow trail in Mass. I ran out of food, went without water, was nearly killed by lightning, and often wanted to quit. I persevered though to Springer Mtn, Georgia. Many of the stories reveal conflicts involving substance abuse, denial, and immorality. My ego tells me to edit this manuscript to make me more a hero and less a villain, but I’ve decided to leave the good and the bad untouched to show how the AT occasionally broke my spirit but ultimately built my character.< Less