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Long Trail Nudes By michael george
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the long trail is the oldest long distance hiking trail in the country .. this is a collection of artistic nudes shot on and around this famous trail in Vermont ... these are not fashion models but... More > every day local Vermonters shot by Vermont art photographer ... Michael George< Less
In Walking Distance By James Cannon
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Discover the world of hiking the Appalachian Trail through the eyes of a young man who was anything but prepared. Experienced hikers who attempt a long distance hike usually take months or years to... More > plan and prepare. Then there's Jamie. After an abrupt end to his job, he sets out to accomplish a feat deemed impossible by most people: hiking over two thousand miles from Maine to Georgia on The Appalachian Trail. With little time to prepare and no prior experience, Jamie attempts the hike with sheer determination. The goal in the beginning was to survive each day. After a month of learning everything the hard way, he started to adapt. Follow his transformation into an accomplished hiker, one step at a time. An avid hiker will read this book wondering how one person could be so foolish. Those who do not hike might think he's crazy. And then there are people who are trapped in a world wishing to do something adventurous but lack the knowledge, experience, or time for it and they will feel inspired.< Less
In Walking Distance By James Cannon
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Discover the world of hiking the Appalachian Trail through the eyes of a young man who was anything but prepared. Experienced hikers who attempt a long distance hike usually take months or years to... More > plan and prepare. Then there's Jamie. After an abrupt end to his job, he sets out to accomplish a feat deemed impossible by most people: hiking over two thousand miles from Maine to Georgia on The Appalachian Trail. With little time to prepare and no prior experience, Jamie attempts the hike with sheer determination. The goal in the beginning was to survive each day. After a month of learning everything the hard way, he started to adapt. Follow his transformation into an accomplished hiker, one step at a time. An avid hiker will read this book wondering how one person could be so foolish. Those who do not hike might think he's crazy. And then there are people who are trapped in a world wishing to do something adventurous but lack the knowledge, experience, or time for it and they will feel inspired.< Less
Sugar Daddy's Pacific Crest Trail Hike By Vic Hanson
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What's it like to walk from Mexico to Canada? Join Sugar Daddy through his daily journal and experience the joys and sufferings of five months on the PCT. ...Journal entry from the last night on the... More > trail, camped at the U.S./Canadian border... What were you doing 150 days ago? It seems hard to believe that I was sticking my foot through a fence into Mexico, and starting to walk north to Canada. It was all very exciting then, just starting on a great adventure, not really knowing what to expect. I had no doubts about being able to hike the whole way, but I was concerned about the snow and river crossings in the Sierras. It came as a great surprise to me how hard it was to continue hiking when I was tired. There were many times I would have liked to quit, but I knew that if I did quit, I would regret it later, so I was determined to finish. 100's of photos.< Less
Dances With Marmots - A Pacific Crest Trail Adventure By George Spearing
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Inspiring and entertaining account of a 4300km solo hike from Mexico to Canada along the Pacific Crest Trail. Despite never having hiked before, George Spearing decided to take 'leave of absence'... More > from his job as a firefighter in the New Zealand Fire Service and walk the length of America. Travelling entirely on foot and off road, his five month journey takes him through the desert areas and snowbound High Sierra Nevada of California, the Cascade ranges of Oregon and Washington and finally emerges in the Okanogan Forest of British Columbia, Canada. The diverse mix of Mojave desert, High Sierra snows and the characters and wildlife met along the way, provide an often humorous look at the US and its wilderness through the eyes of a New Zealander. The lively easily read style, along with several images, provides an entertaining and inspiring read for anyone contemplating hiking the Pacific Crest Trail or for anyone who enjoys a good adventure story.< Less
Dances With Marmots - A Pacific Crest Trail Adventure By George Spearing
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Inspiring and entertaining account of a 4300km solo hike from Mexico to Canada along the Pacific Crest Trail. Despite never having hiked before, George Spearing decided to take 'leave of absence'... More > from his job as a firefighter in the New Zealand Fire Service and walk the length of America. Travelling entirely on foot and off road, his five month journey takes him through the desert areas and snowbound High Sierra Nevada of California, the Cascade ranges of Oregon and Washington and finally emerges in the Okanogan Forest of British Columbia, Canada. The diverse mix of Mojave desert, High Sierra snows and the characters and wildlife met along the way, provide an often humorous look at the US and its wilderness through the eyes of a New Zealander. The lively easily read style, along with several images, provides an entertaining and inspiring read for anyone contemplating hiking the Pacific Crest Trail or for anyone who enjoys a good adventure story.< Less
"The Walkers" - Pacific Crest Trail Inspired Paintings By Onna Jeanna Voellmer
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“The Walkers” are inspired by a thru-hike of the Pacific Crest Trail. They are about being human, an animal, in a space and time that nourishes that primal part of us. They are about... More > exploring and moving forward. They are about simply being and the beauty of being...< Less
Hiker Midnight: Appalachian Trail Horror Stories By Chris Miller
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A hiker will never feel safe again after the sun sets on the Appalachian Trail. Hiker Midnight is a collection of 13 fictional stories of horror taking place on the Appalachian Trail. With long... More > distance hikers and trail fans in mind this series of dark fiction is perfect bedtime reading while you're snuggled up in your sleeping bag, inside your tent or in a shelter. As darkness settles in you better hope the campfire has enough wood for the night, because sleeping anywhere on the trail will no longer feel as safe. Experience the chills and terror of the trail today, Read Hiker Midnight.< Less
Hiker Midnight: Appalachian Trail Horror Stories By Chris Miller
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A hiker will never feel safe again after the sun sets on the Appalachian Trail. Hiker Midnight is a collection of 13 fictional stories of horror taking place on the Appalachian Trail. With long... More > distance hikers and trail fans in mind this series of dark fiction is perfect bedtime reading while you're snuggled up in your sleeping bag, inside your tent or in a shelter. As darkness settles in you better hope the campfire has enough wood for the night, because sleeping anywhere on the trail will no longer feel as safe. Experience the chills and terror of the trail today, Read Hiker Midnight.< 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