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Olympic National Park By Allyson Kitts
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Olympic National Park. The Hoh. The many majestic rivers, valleys and forests of Washington State hold so many of natures greatest treasures. Take a look into this paradise with photos,humble... More > captions and a special memoir by Gordon Hempton.< Less
Lost in the Olympic National Park By Isabela Godoy
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David and Megan Hendrickson travel to Washington's Olympic National Park with their parents Amy and Eli. As a young adventurous boy, David naturally suggests a family hiking trip right away. ... More > However, being patient does not come easily and he soon persuades his younger sister Meg (as he calls her) to accompany him on a short walk by themselves. as you can imagine, things do not go well. Soon a whole team of persistent rangers are out searching for them, but one eager to help intern has a different approach to the search. Out under the sky, Megan and David struggle between faith and doubt. Are they doomed, or are they not? Maybe what they think is happening for one reason could really be happening for another. Discover the meaning of faith in an exciting way with David and Megan as they wander through the forest and run into all kinds of unexpected things!< Less
Lost 65.5 hours in Olympic National Park: My story of survival By Brian Gawley
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Dean Rhodes, Peninsula Daily News editor, arrived at work at 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2005. At about 10:45 a.m., Dean looked up and asked inquisitively, "Where's Brian?" Fellow... More > reporters Jim Casey and Raul Vasquez both stopped what they were doing, turned in unison to look at Brian's empty chair, turned back to Dean and said they didn't know. They were wondering the same thing, especially since Brian hadn't been there Monday either. "What do you mean he wasn't here Monday? Did he call in sick?" Thus was set in motion the search and rescue effort that later was described as "looking for a needle in a needlestack." The author says, "When I tell people about spending 65.5 hours lost in the wilderness in my running outfit with no food, the two questions I get most often are 'Were you scared?' and 'Did you think you were going to die?' The short answers are "At the beginning and at the end." and "No." The longer answers I hope I will provide to your satisfaction in the pages ahead."< Less
Lost 65.5 hours in Olympic National Park: My story of survival By Brian Gawley
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Dean Rhodes, Peninsula Daily News editor, arrived at work at 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2005. At about 10:45 a.m., Dean looked up and asked inquisitively, "Where's Brian?" Fellow... More > reporters Jim Casey and Raul Vasquez both stopped what they were doing, turned in unison to look at Brian's empty chair, turned back to Dean and said they didn't know. They were wondering the same thing, especially since Brian hadn't been there Monday either. "What do you mean he wasn't here Monday? Did he call in sick?" Thus was set in motion the search and rescue effort that later was described as "looking for a needle in a needlestack." The author says, "When I tell people about spending 65.5 hours lost in the wilderness in my running outfit with no food, the two questions I get most often are 'Were you scared?' and 'Did you think you were going to die?' The short answers are "At the beginning and at the end." and "No." The longer answers I hope I will provide to your satisfaction in the pages ahead."< Less
The Kalebergs' North Olympic Peninsula By Kaleberg Symbionts
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Hike Olympic National Park and the North Olympic Peninsula with the Kalebergs. Explore the far northwest with its snow covered mountains, wild Pacific beaches and rich green rain forests including... More > the World Heritage Hoh Rain Forest. These 13 day hikes, map and illustrated with beautiful photographs, give a taste of the variety and glory of the region. This book builds on the Kaleberg Symbionts' www.kaleberg.com website and can serve as a guide or a keepsake for this magical region.< Less
The Kalebergs' North Olympic Peninsula By Kaleberg Symbionts
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Hike Olympic National Park and the North Olympic Peninsula with the Kalebergs. Explore the far northwest with its snow covered mountains, wild Pacific beaches and rich green rain forests including... More > the World Heritage Hoh Rain Forest. These 13 day hikes, map and illustrated with beautiful photographs, give a taste of the variety and glory of the region. This book builds on the Kaleberg Symbionts' www.kaleberg.com website and can serve as a guide or a keepsake for this magical region.< Less
Mobile Book Seoul By Renzhi Notes
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The Mobile Book is your travel guide. You can read by iPad or smartphone(some need install epub file reader). Travel to Seoul, South Korea. Visit to Gyeongbokgung Palace,Gwanghwamun... More > Square,Changdeokgung Palace,National Museum of Korea,Dae Jang Geum Theme Park,War Memorial of Korea,Dongdaemun Design Plaza,Seoul Olympic Park, Nami Island,Han River cruise,Namdaemun,Bongeunsa,N Seoul Tower ,National Folk Museum,National Palace Museum of Korea,Blue House,Myeongdong Cathedral,63 Building,Bukhansan National Park,Independence Gate,Leeum Samsung Museum of Art.< Less
Following the Star By Andrew Walker
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Following The Star is a compelling ten-year journey through the highs and lows in the life of a racing fan entwined with the exploits of Kauto Star, one of National Hunt Racing’s stars who was... More > compared to the great Arkle. Andrew Walker’s book, Following the Star, is a rollercoaster of emotion with Kauto Star as the central figure. This book will appeal to racing supporter, sports fan and general public alike, since it paints a delightful picture of almost a decade of life-changing experiences: children being born, moving house, the 2012 Olympic Games – and the ups and downs on the racecourse that come from following a racing legend. Andrew Walker was born in 1956. He is married to Fiona and has two sons, Sean and Nicholas and lives in North Devon. His passion for National Hunt Racing stems from his Irish background and he is a frequent visitor to Cheltenham, Wincanton and Exeter. Andrew is also a keen sports fan and a former racing cyclist, now a National Official.< Less
Following The Star By Andrew Walker
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Following The Star is a compelling ten-year journey through the highs and lows in the life of a racing fan entwined with the exploits of Kauto Star, one of National Hunt Racing’s stars who was... More > compared to the great Arkle. Andrew Walker’s book, Following the Star, is a rollercoaster of emotion with Kauto Star as the central figure. This book will appeal to racing supporter, sports fan and general public alike, since it paints a delightful picture of almost a decade of life-changing experiences: children being born, moving house, the 2012 Olympic Games – and the ups and downs on the racecourse that come from following a racing legend. Andrew Walker was born in 1956. He is married to Fiona and has two sons, Sean and Nicholas and lives in North Devon. His passion for National Hunt Racing stems from his Irish background and he is a frequent visitor to Cheltenham, Wincanton and Exeter. Andrew is also a keen sports fan and a former racing cyclist, now a National Official.< Less
River Bed By Andrea L. Weiser
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Nature-based poetry with heart. "These fine, lyric poems venture into the earth's wild places while exploring the depths of the poet's heart. Family, love, loss, ritual, and the mysteries of the... More > natural world come alive in these poems. The poet engages them fearlessly, with an open heart and keen and generous sensibility. Readers will recognize River Bed as our shared world, where the poems flow as clear, fresh, and true as mountain snowmelt." Tim McNulty, poet, essayist, and author of Olympic National Park, A Natural History< Less