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Hiking Northern California

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Hiking Northern California, the revised edition, will be fully revised and updated. Northern California has 80-plus diverse hikes throughout the northern two-thirds of the Golden State, from the Oregon border to the Southern Sierras. This guidebook features more than 600 miles of trails, accurate and up-to-date trail maps, and all the information you need for planning enjoyable outings year-round. Hikes include short, leisurely strolls and demanding days-long excursions, from well-graded trails to rugged, cross-country scrambles.

The Inn at Shadow Lake

The Inn at Shadow Lake Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Janet Edgar
Editor: Harlequin
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The Inn at Shadow Lake by Janet Edgar Summary

Special agent Zachary Marshall had tracked a deadly terrorist ring to a secluded resort—right to a woman he'd once loved. Was Julie Anderson a cunning traitor…or an innocent victim of ruthless criminals? Zach planned to use their shared grief over lost loved ones—Julie's husband, his own wife and daughter—to get close enough to uncover the truth. He hadn't planned on Julie's quiet strength and unshakable faith lighting his dark soul. As sinister events unfolded, Zach realized Julie was in grave danger. And so was he…because he was falling for her all over again.

America's Best Day Hikes: Spectacular Single-Day Hikes Across the States

America's Best Day Hikes: Spectacular Single-Day Hikes Across the States Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Derek Dellinger
Editor: The Countryman Press
ISBN: 1682682668
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America's Best Day Hikes: Spectacular Single-Day Hikes Across the States by Derek Dellinger Summary

50 of the greatest hikes in the country, for all abilities and in all landscapes America’s Best Day Hikes is a beautifully illustrated, best-of compendium featuring the most memorable one- day hikes in every region of the United States. Organized by region, this guide goes into detail about what makes each hike so remarkable and why it might be worth a detour or even a special journey for someone looking to broaden their horizons. All of the hikes are doable during daylight hours and none require camping. America’s Best Day Hikes comes with all the information anyone would need to experience these unique locations, including details about the hike itself—difficulty, duration, seasonal hazards, etc.—as well as traveling, planning, and packing suggestions. All this paired with Dellinger’s stunning photography makes this incredible volume a must- have for any lover of the outdoors.

The CBS Radio Mystery Theater

The CBS Radio Mystery Theater Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Gordon Payton,Martin Grams, Jr.
Editor: McFarland
ISBN: 0786492287
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The CBS Radio Mystery Theater by Gordon Payton,Martin Grams, Jr. Summary

Almost every evening for nine years during the late 1970s and early 1980s, the CBS Radio Mystery Theatre brought monsters, murderers and mayhem together for an hour. Created, produced and directed by Himan Brown, the series remains a landmark in radio drama. This book is a detailed history and episode guide to the show. Descriptive information includes exact titles, airdates and rebroadcast dates, episode numbers, cast lists, writer and adapter credits, and a storyline synopsis. This material comes directly from CBS press releases in order to insure complete accuracy. Also included wherever possible are information about the actors and actresses, quotes from performers and writers (many from personal interviews), anecdotes about various scripts and sound effects, and other notes of interest.

Hiking Mount Rainier National Park

Hiking Mount Rainier National Park Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Mary Skjelset,Heidi Radlinski
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1493011197
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Hiking Mount Rainier National Park by Mary Skjelset,Heidi Radlinski Summary

DIVFully updated and revised, Hiking Mount Rainier is a comprehensive and concise guide to the well-maintained trails nestled between the two major metropolises of the Pacific Northwest. Included are sixty hike descriptions for hikers of all ages and skill levels./div

Lonely Planet Tasmania

Lonely Planet Tasmania Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Lonely Planet
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Lonely Planet Tasmania by Lonely Planet Summary

Lonely Planet: The world’s number one travel guide publisher* Lonely Planet’s Tasmania is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Laugh, be appalled, be turned on by art for grown-ups at MONA; hike to the summit of Cradle Mountain for spectacular views; and sample a hoard of gourmet local produce – all with your trusted travel companion. Get to the heart of Tasmania and begin your journey now! Inside Lonely Planet’s Tasmania: Colour maps and images throughout Highlights and itineraries help you tailor your trip to your personal needs and interests Insider tips to save time and money and get around like a local, avoiding crowds and trouble spots Essential info at your fingertips - hours of operation, phone numbers, websites, transit tips, prices Honest reviews for all budgets - eating, sleeping, sightseeing, going out, shopping, hidden gems that most guidebooks miss Cultural insights provide a richer, more rewarding travel experience - covering history, people, music, landscapes, wildlife, cuisine, politics Covers Hobart & around, Tasman Peninsula & Port Arthur, the Southeast, Cradle Country & the West, Devonport & the Northwest, Launceston & around, Midlands & Central Highlands, the East Coast eBook Features: (Best viewed on tablet devices and smartphones) Downloadable PDF and offline maps prevent roaming and data charges Effortlessly navigate and jump between maps and reviews Add notes to personalise your guidebook experience Seamlessly flip between pages Bookmarks and speedy search capabilities get you to key pages in a flash Embedded links to recommendations' websites Zoom-in maps and images Inbuilt dictionary for quick referencing The Perfect Choice: Lonely Planet’s Tasmania is our most comprehensive guide to Tasmania, and is perfect for discovering both popular and offbeat experiences. Looking for just the highlights? Check out Pocket Hobart, our handy-sized guide focused on the best sights and experiences for a short visit or weekend away. After wider coverage? Check out Lonely Planet’s Australia for a comprehensive look at all the country has to offer. About Lonely Planet: Lonely Planet is a leading travel media company and the world’s number one travel guidebook brand, providing both inspiring and trustworthy information for every kind of traveller since 1973. Over the past four decades, we’ve printed over 145 million guidebooks and grown a dedicated, passionate global community of travellers. You’ll also find our content online, and in mobile apps, video, 14 languages, nine international magazines, armchair and lifestyle books, ebooks, and more. ‘Lonely Planet guides are, quite simply, like no other.’ – New York Times ‘Lonely Planet. It's on everyone's bookshelves; it's in every traveller's hands. It's on mobile phones. It's on the Internet. It's everywhere, and it's telling entire generations of people how to travel the world.’ – Fairfax Media (Australia) *Source: Nielsen BookScan: Australia, UK, USA, 5/2016-4/2017 Important Notice: The digital edition of this book may not contain all of the images found in the physical edition.

Black Cat Weekly #45

Black Cat Weekly #45 Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Craig Shaw Gardner ,Tobias S. Buckell ,John M. Floyd,Steve Hockensmith ,Manly Wade Wellman ,Hal Charles,George O. Smith ,Henry Kuttner ,Harold Bindloss,Nicholas Carter ,Nictzin Dyalhis
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Black Cat Weekly #45 by Craig Shaw Gardner ,Tobias S. Buckell ,John M. Floyd,Steve Hockensmith ,Manly Wade Wellman ,Hal Charles,George O. Smith ,Henry Kuttner ,Harold Bindloss,Nicholas Carter ,Nictzin Dyalhis Summary

Welcome to Black Cat Weekly #45. This is an fun issue, and I’ve selected Tobias S. Buckell’s fantasy “The Fisher Dragon” as the cover story. (I must admit to having a fondness for dragons. The very first story I sold professionally, way back at the dawn of time when I was 16 years old, was about a dragon. And they appear in several of my novels, most notably Master of Dragons.) Thanks to acquiring editor Cynthia Ward for selecting it. Black Cat’s other acquiring editors are represented in this issue, too—Michael Bracken selected an original mystery from John M. Floyd, and Barb Goffman has a tale about a retired detective by Steve Hockensmith (whose “Holmes on the Range” series of historical mystery stories are must-reads, as far as I’m concerned. Check then out if you get a chance.) And last (but not least), Darrell Schweitzer unearthed one of his paleo-interviews for us—this time with Craig Shaw Gardner. It's from the 1990s, when Gardner had just become a best-selling author, thanks to his Batman movie novelization. And we have classics by George O. Smith, Henry Kuttner, and many others, including a 1915 Nick Carter mystery novel. And, of course, a modern solve-it-yourself mystery from Hal Charles (the writing team of Hal Blythe and Charlie Sweet). Here’s the complete lineup: Mysteries / Suspense / Adventure: “From Ten to Two” by John M. Floyd [Michael Bracken Presents short story] “An Eggceptional Solution” Hal Charles [Solve-It-Yourself Mystery] “Frank” by Steve Hockensmith [Barb Goffman Presents short story] The Bush-Rancher, by Harold Bindloss [novel] The Suicide, by Nicholas Carter [novel] Non-Fiction: “Speaking with Craig Shaw Gardner” [Interview with Darrell Schweitzer] Science Fiction & Fantasy: “The Fisher Dragon”by Tobias S. Buckell [Cynthia Ward Presents short story] “Catspaw,” by George O. Smith [short story] “The Half-Haunted,” by Manly Wade Wellman [short story] “The Sea-Witch,” by Nictzin Dyalhis [short story] “Chameleon Man,” by Henry Kuttner [short story]

Backpacking Wyoming

Backpacking Wyoming Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Douglas Lorain
Editor: Wilderness Press
ISBN: 9780899976433
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Backpacking Wyoming by Douglas Lorain Summary

Wyoming boasts countless outstanding backcountry destinations. While some of these attractions are world famous, many are virtually unknown even to the savviest locals. Award-winning author Douglas Lorain details both famous and hidden treasures in his picks of Wyoming's 28 most enjoyable backpack trips. Lasting from three days to two weeks, these carefully chosen itineraries offer the hiker mountain scenery, magnificent wildlife, colorful geologic marvels, and reasonable daily mileage goals. This in-depth guide reveals the best trips in and around Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, the Beartooth and Bighorn Mountains, the Absaroka and Snowy Ranges, the Wind River Range, and such treasures as the Wyoming, Gros Ventre, Bear Lodge, and Salt River Mountains. Each of the trips rates scenery, solitude, and difficulty; specifies mileage, elevation gain, days on the trail, and shuttle distance; and notes special attractions, required permits, and challenges. A detailed map and photographs accompany each trip. Everything the backcountry adventurer needs for a "trip of a lifetime."

The Baby-Sitters Club Super Special #8: Baby-Sitters at Shadow Lake

The Baby-Sitters Club Super Special #8: Baby-Sitters at Shadow Lake Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Ann M. Martin
Editor: Scholastic Inc.
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The Baby-Sitters Club Super Special #8: Baby-Sitters at Shadow Lake by Ann M. Martin Summary

Invited for a vacation at Kristy's stepfather's family cabin on Shadow Lake, the Baby-sitters enjoy campfires, storytelling sessions, adventure, and romance.

Shadow Lake

Shadow Lake Pdf/ePub eBook Author: B.J. Daniels
Editor: Harlequin
ISBN: 1426807074
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Shadow Lake by B.J. Daniels Summary

What is the real story beneath shadow lake? In an instant Anna Collins loses control of her car and careens into isolated Shadow Lake. Near death, she's rescued by a man named Jack Fairbanks. But how could that be? Everyone says that the reclusive Fairbanks, scion of a powerful political family, is dead. Anna is sure Jack's astonishing appearance is related to the hit-and-run that killed her son and destroyed her marriage. But when her friend's body is discovered in Anna's waterlogged trunk, she's not sure what to believe anymore. How did the body get there? Is Anna actually a murderer? Only one person knows, but finding him threatens to expose Anna to a deadly encounter on the banks of Shadow Lake.

Lonely Planet Tasmania Road Trips

Lonely Planet Tasmania Road Trips Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Lonely Planet,Anthony Ham,Charles Rawlings-Way,Meg Worby
Editor: Lonely Planet
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Lonely Planet Tasmania Road Trips by Lonely Planet,Anthony Ham,Charles Rawlings-Way,Meg Worby Summary

Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher Discover the freedom of open roads with Lonely Planet Tasmania Road Trips, your passport to uniquely encountering Tasmania by car. Featuring 4 amazing road trips, plus up-to-date advice on the destinations you'll visit along the way, experience Tasmania's magnificent rainforest, wilderness, wildlife and historic towns, all with your trusted travel companion. Get to Tasmania, rent a car, and hit the road! Inside Lonely Planet Tasmania Road Trips: Lavish colour and gorgeous photography throughout Itineraries and planning advice to pick the right tailored routes for your needs and interests Get around easily - easy-to-read, full-colour route maps, detailed directions Insider tips to get around like a local, avoid trouble spots and be safe on the road - local driving rules, parking, toll roads Essential info at your fingertips - hours of operation, phone numbers, websites, prices Honest reviews for all budgets - eating, sleeping, sight-seeing, hidden gems that most guidebooks miss Useful features - including Detours, Walking Tours and Link Your Trip Covers Hobart, Launceston, the Tarkine, Cradle Mountain and more The Perfect Choice: Lonely Planet Tasmania Road Trips is perfect for exploring Tasmania via the road and discovering sights that are more accessible by car. Planning a Tasmania trip sans a car? Lonely Planet Tasmania guide, our most comprehensive guide to Tasmania, is perfect for exploring both top sights and lesser-known gems. There's More in Store for You: See more of Australia's spectacular countryside and have a richer, more authentic experience by exploring Australia by car with Lonely Planet's Australia's Best Trips guide or Outback Australia Road Trips or Coastal Victoria Road Trips. Authors: Written and researched by Lonely Planet. About Lonely Planet: Since 1973, Lonely Planet has become the world's leading travel media company with guidebooks to every destination, an award-winning website, mobile and digital travel products, and a dedicated traveller community. Lonely Planet covers must-see spots but also enables curious travelers to get off beaten paths to understand more of the culture of the places in which they find themselves.

Your Guide to the National Parks of the West

Your Guide to the National Parks of the West Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Michael Joseph Oswald
Editor: Stone Road Press
ISBN: 162128073X
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Your Guide to the National Parks of the West by Michael Joseph Oswald Summary

Please note this is part of a larger work, Your Guide to the National Parks, which is also available in paperback and electronic versions. The full version includes suggested trips, best of the best lists, and a few other introductory sections. All of the media (photos and maps) for these electronic books must be downloaded/viewed on the web. This e-book covers Joshua Tree, Channel Islands, Pinnacles, Death Valley, Sequoia & Kings Canyon, Yosemite, Lassen Volcanic, Redwood, Crater Lake, Mount Rainier, Olympic, and North Cascades National Parks.

Your Guide to the National Parks

Your Guide to the National Parks Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Michael Joseph Oswald
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ISBN: 1621280683
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Your Guide to the National Parks by Michael Joseph Oswald Summary

This award-winning guide, completely updated for the 2017 edition, includes more than 450 new photographs, 160 revised maps, and 50 hiking tables, making it the only guidebook you'll need to explore the United States National Parks. An all new design with the same intuitive layout keeps the step-by-step itineraries,kid-friendly activities, and most popular ranger programs at your fingertips to help plan your next family vacation. Thousands of hotels, restaurants, and attractions beyond the parks and 11 suggested road trips make it the ultimate dashboard companion. Exhaustive activity information--including hiking tables, easy-to-find trailhead markers, outfitter details, and backpacking essentials--serves as blueprint for an adventure of a lifetime. With something for everyone, this is Your Guide to the National Parks.

The Memory Quilt

The Memory Quilt Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Lenora Worth
Editor: Zebra Books
ISBN: 1420152467
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The Memory Quilt by Lenora Worth Summary

Running a historic Inn on beautiful Shadow Lake is a satisfying life for the Amish King sisters. Until love stirs a longing for more . . . When Abigail King stumbles upon a man lying on the beach near her family inn, her every instinct says to help the stranger. With his memory gone, “Jonah” is reluctant to contact the authorities, so Abigail offers him shelter, despite her sisters’ reservations. As she nurses him back to health, Abigail helps him recover his lost past, creating a quilt from images of the shattered fragments he recalls. But with every square Abigail adds, she wonders if she is falling for a man who can never truly be hers . . . Jonah feels at home at The Shadow Lake Inn with the lovely Abigail, at peace with the Amish lifestyle she lives. But as the pieces of his past are sewn together, the mystery only deepens—until he knows the only way forward is to turn himself in to the police, to finally discover the truth of who he really is. For the one thing worse than not knowing his past, is not knowing what the future holds for him and Abigail . . .

Backcountry Biking in the Canadian Rockies

Backcountry Biking in the Canadian Rockies Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Doug Eastcott
Editor: Rocky Mountain Books Ltd
ISBN: 1897522630
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Backcountry Biking in the Canadian Rockies by Doug Eastcott Summary

Backcountry Biking in the Canadian Rockies describes 228 mountain bike trails in the Rocky Mountains of Alberta and British Columbia. Completely revised and updated, the third edition introduces more than 50 exciting new trails, including trails in three new riding areas - Nordegg, Invermere and Cranbrook. Whether you're a beginner, an expert ridger or a hard-core backcountry traveller, this book gives you all the essential information to make your trip safe and fun.

Southern Alberta Backroad Mapbook

Southern Alberta Backroad Mapbook Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Russell Mussio
Editor: Mussio Ventures Ltd.
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Southern Alberta Backroad Mapbook by Russell Mussio Summary

From the imposing, world-famous peaks of the Rocky Mountains in the west to the seemingly endless fields of wheat and canola in the east, Southern Alberta is a land of great contrast, with recreation opportunities as diverse as its landscape. The Rockies are the most dramatic part of this region and attract hikers, campers and mountaineers from across the globe, while anglers and whitewater rafters ply and play in the mountains’ many streams. As you make your way east, you will discover fertile hunting grounds and endless ATV trails, with a wide-open prairie landscape that will stir your adventurer’s soul and inspire you to take the road less travelled. Features - Map Key & Legend - Topographic Maps - Detailed Adventure Section >> Backroad Attractions, Fishing Locations, Hunting Areas, Paddling Routes, Parks & Campsites, Trail Systems, ATV Routes,Snowmobile Areas, Wildlife Viewing, Winter Recreation, Service Directory, Accommodations, Sales & Services, Tours & Guides, Index, Adventure Index, Map Index, Trip Planning Tools,

Something Abides: Discovering the Civil War in Today's Vermont

Something Abides: Discovering the Civil War in Today's Vermont Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Howard Coffin
Editor: The Countryman Press
ISBN: 158157777X
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Something Abides: Discovering the Civil War in Today's Vermont by Howard Coffin Summary

With the help of this book, Civil War sites can be located as in no other state, taking the reader through the beautiful Vermont landscape of hill farms and small towns that looks more like the Civil War era than that of any other state. Years after the Civil War, Oliver Wendell Holmes spoke for his fellow Civil War veterans when he said, "In our youth, our hearts were touched by fire." Today, throughout Vermont, it is possible to identify hundreds and hundreds of Civil War-related sites. Throughout Vermont are soldier homes, halls where war meetings encouraged enlistments, churches where soldier funerals were held and abolitionists spoke, monuments to those who served, hospital sites, and homes where women gathered to make items for the soldiers. The Vermont State House is a virtual Civil War museum. A building survives in Woodstock where the war was administered. Cemeteries hold the gravestones of many of the 34,000 who fought. A field even exists where in 1803 a Quaker preacher heard a voice from above fortell a bloody war over slavery. With the help of this book, Civil War sites can be located as in no other state, taking the reader through the beautiful Vermont landscape of hill farms and small towns that looks more like the Civil War era than that of any other state.

The World Almanac Road Trippers' Guide to National Parks: 5,001 Things to Do, Learn, and See for Yourself

The World Almanac Road Trippers' Guide to National Parks: 5,001 Things to Do, Learn, and See for Yourself Pdf/ePub eBook Author: World Almanac
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The World Almanac Road Trippers' Guide to National Parks: 5,001 Things to Do, Learn, and See for Yourself by World Almanac Summary

From the #1 New York Times bestselling World Almanac comes a brand-new, full-color book celebrating the National Parks––"America's best idea"––and providing a valuable resource for first-time visitors and longtime park fans alike. From the rugged, rocky coasts of Acadia to the geysers and hot springs of Yellowstone to the in-your-face beauty of the Grand Canyon, the national parks of North America offer visitors a new sight or bucket-list-worthy experience at every turn. The World Almanac Road Trippers' Guide to National Parks provides detailed history, itineraries, visitor information, gorgeous photography, recommended hiking routes, and other not-to-be-missed sites and activities for anyone seeking to make the most out of the many resources of the national parks systems of the United States and Canada. Divided into travel regions for convenient research and planning whether the trip length is a day or a year, this is a tool eager travelers will use to discover new sites and off-the-beaten-path destinations again and again.

On the Trail

On the Trail Pdf/ePub eBook Author: John Elliott
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ISBN: 1684568676
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On the Trail by John Elliott Summary

Overshadowed by California’s better-known and more iconic, scenic landmarks, the north state watershed of the Sacramento Valley offers a spectacular variety in its own claim to natural wonders. This corner of the Golden State teems with breathtaking waterfalls, rare wildflowers, ancient botanical zones, stark mountain ridges, steaming volcanic activity, gold rush history, and premium birdwatching. Included here are trails to explore the new Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument, Lassen Volcanic National Park, the Sierra Buttes region, the Sierra foothill wildlife areas, the Big Bend area near Red Bluff, the vast trail systems of Redding, the magnificent bird refuges across the valley floor, and more.

Eaton Hall

Eaton Hall Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Kelly Mathews
Editor: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1625854722
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Eaton Hall by Kelly Mathews Summary

In 1901, Florence McCrea married into one of the most prosperous families in the Dominion of Canada, becoming Lady Eaton fourteen years later when her husband, John Craig Eaton, was knighted. Not long after the death of her husband, Lady Eaton retired from her home in Toronto to the seventy-two-room, Norman-style chateau she had built on their King City property. She named it Eaton Hall. The estate fueled the local economy and community, supported the Canadian World War II effort and established a firm place in the hearts and minds of the residents of King Township. Rediscover an enchanting and bygone age with the life and history of Lady Eaton and her grand Eaton Hall.

Canadian Rockies Backroad Mapbook

Canadian Rockies Backroad Mapbook Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Russell Mussio
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Canadian Rockies Backroad Mapbook by Russell Mussio Summary

This book focuses on the Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks — an interconnected system of provincial and national parks covering more than 30,000 square kilometres (18,630 mi2). These parks vary in popularity and access – some see millions of visitors each year, while others see visitors in the tens of thousands. Some parks are easily accessed from a major highway, while others require rigorous journeys by foot, horse or plane. Each of these parks offers a unique twist on the dramatic landscapes that define the Rockies – towering mountain peaks, rushing rivers, ancient glaciers, wildflower-filled meadows, brilliant blue lakes and dense forests make up this outdoor paradise. With so much area to explore, it can be overwhelming trying to decide on where to go. Luckily, our Canadian Rockies Mapbook provides a well-organized and easy-to-use breakdown of the region’s parks to help you decide on the adventure that is right for you. With state-of-the-art topographic maps, detailed trip-planning resources and meticulously researched adventure listings, our Mapbook will ensure you make the most out of your Rockies experience.

Hotel on Shadow Lake

Hotel on Shadow Lake Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Daniela Tully
Editor: Thomas Dunne Books
ISBN: 1250126975
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Suspenseful and compelling, Daniela Tully’s Hotel on Shadow Lake is at once an intricate mystery, an epic romance, and a Gothic family saga. When Maya was a girl in Germany, her grandmother was everything to her: teller of magical fairy tales, surrogate mother, best friend. Then, shortly after Maya’s sixteenth birthday, her grandmother disappeared without a trace, leaving Maya with only questions to fill the void. Twenty-seven years later, her grandmother’s body is found in a place she had no connection to: the Montgomery Resort in upstate New York. How did she get there? Why had she come? Desperate for answers, Maya leaves her life in Germany behind and travels to America, where she is drawn to the powerful family that owns the hotel and seemingly the rest of the town. Soon Maya is unraveling secrets that go back decades, from 1910s New York to 1930s Germany and beyond. But when she begins to find herself spinning her own lies in order to uncover the circumstances surrounding her grandmother’s death, she must decide whether her life and a chance at true love are worth risking for the truth.

A Companion to American Environmental History

A Companion to American Environmental History Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Douglas Cazaux Sackman
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781444323627
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A Companion to American Environmental History by Douglas Cazaux Sackman Summary

A Companion to American Environmental History gatherstogether a comprehensive collection of over 30 essays that examinethe evolving and diverse field of American environmental history. Provides a complete historiography of American environmentalhistory Brings the field up-to-date to reflect the latest trends andencourages new directions for the field Includes the work of path-breaking environmental historians,from the founders of the field, to contributions frominnovative young scholars Takes stock of the discipline through five topically themedparts, with essays ranging from American Indian EnvironmentalRelations to Cities and Suburbs

Pilgrimage To The Edge

Pilgrimage To The Edge Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Jonathan Stewart
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Pilgrimage To The Edge by Jonathan Stewart Summary

Pilgrimage to the Edge details a four year odyssey hiking the Pacific Crest Trail with unique insights gained from thirty-three years of public service. It showcases the hard-won fight to preserve America’s public lands and the diversity of people who continue to use and work them. It vividly displays the contemporary challenges of caring for our nation’s national forests from a field perspective while weaving over a century of history and culture into a 2,650 mile trek. Finally it gives clear advice on how to hike this world-class national scenic trail in a series of easy stages instead of in one continuous trek.

Five-Star Trails: Lake Tahoe

Five-Star Trails: Lake Tahoe Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Jordan Summers
Editor: Menasha Ridge Press
ISBN: 1634040333
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Five-Star Trails: Lake Tahoe by Jordan Summers Summary

Covering the region surrounding the 22-mile-long lake, author Jordan Summers guides hikers along 40 of the region's best trails--all located within 25 miles of Lake Tahoe's shoreline. Trekkers can easily find the perfect hike with the complete trail descriptions for 27 day hikes and 13 overnight destinations. An accurate map, directions to the trailhead with coordinates for GPS use, and an elevation profile of each trail prepare hikers with the full picture of the route ahead. Generally intended for outdoors people of all ages and abilities, Five-Star Trails: Lake Tahoe describes great hikes from the Desolation, Mt. Rose, Granite Chief, and Mokelumne Wilderness areas, as well as along sections of the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail and portions of the Tahoe Rim Trail.

Hiking Lassen Volcanic National Park

Hiking Lassen Volcanic National Park Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Tracy Salcedo
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1493044052
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Hiking Lassen Volcanic National Park by Tracy Salcedo Summary

Winner of the 2020 National Outdoor Book Award for Outdoor Adventure Guidebook! From a challenging climb up Lassen Peak to easy rambles around crystal clear lakes, this indispensable guide covers the best of the Northern California national park with 59 hike descriptions. Information on campsites, backcountry permits, safety, trail finder table, and a list of the author's favorites, as well as the natural and human history of the park, make this an essential guide for visitiors to this national treasure.

57 Dog-Friendly Trails

57 Dog-Friendly Trails Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Debbi Preston
Editor: AuthorHouse
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57 Dog-Friendly Trails by Debbi Preston Summary

Trails change! Since writing my two guidebooks, 48 Dog-Friendly Trails and Dog-Friendly Trails for All Seasons, I found some wonderful new destinations and new trails to get to some old favorites. With our new puppy, Maggie, we realized that some trails were truly our favorites, and those were the ones we chose to explore with her. Thus, 57 Dog-Friendly Trails: In Californias Foothills and the Sierra Nevada evolved covering fifty-seven trailheads, some with multiple hiking options. All of the trails remain dog friendly, and all have great destinations. Californias foothills and the Sierra Nevada are lush with a variety of trails taking you to different venueswildflowers, waterfalls, alpine lakes, meadows, snow, and flowing rivers. This is definitely an area ripe for exploring all dog-friendly trails directions to fifty-seven trailheads over four trails for each month of the year for optimal seasonal enjoyment trails for mountain bikers and equestrians family-friendly trail options before and after the hike suggestions

Wonders to Behold

Wonders to Behold Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Milton L. Ramsden
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
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In the first chapter Wilma has the couple's first child a girl in the family home at Willow Lake under a most unusual circumstance with only sister-wife Lucy-Ann to attend. Lucy-Ann and Will work together tirelessly to construct another of Wilma's muskrat dam projects and hilly borrows their little bulldozer, builds a raft and floats it to their homestead on Bannock Lake. Tragedy strikes when the Brasfield house burns to the ground and from all beliefs only two people survive. Chapter four passes by rather uneventful except for the beginning of the new trapping season. Another wife is added to the fold. The two Buttram families get together for a goose and duck hunt which would begin an annual thing with them. Throughout chapter six Will and family begin a quest to free as many oppressed girls as they can with help from Lucy-Ann's Uncle Elmer. Meghan and her sister Martha experience a beautiful Christmas like they haven't seen since they were small children. Meghan and Will strike out for Lilley Lake to begin trapping operations there. The Buttram Family were slapped in the face by discrimination and Will buys his Cousin Liam's property. Lucy-Ann joins Will at Lilley Lake. Meanwhile a banished Amish girl joins the ranks at Willow Lake. Meghan returns home with a friend who has fled to begin work at Bennett's north End Post. Another runner joins the ranks and uses Will badly for her own wants and gains. On March 4th Lucy-Ann gives birth to a boy again at The Homestead. The trapping finally winds down and Lucy-Ann and Will head on home to finish out the season.

The Alaska Bush Pilot Chronicles

The Alaska Bush Pilot Chronicles Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Mort Mason
Editor: Voyageur Press
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Readers of Flying the Alaska Wild marveled at Mort Mason’s true tales of braving the elements at the extremes in a Piper Super Cub. But the bush pilot, adventurer, and raconteur was just beginning, and in this book he revisits his most memorable moments of flying by the seat of his pants through blizzards and white-outs, on assignments at times hazardous and sometimes simply whacky, always with a sense of humor and due respect for the limitless wilds of Alaska beneath his wings. The world of a bush pilot really is the final frontier, and for thirty years Mort Mason was there, clocking enough heart-stopping miles to make most life-stories utterly incredible. In The Alaska Bush Pilot Chronicles Mason recounts more of his unlikely adventures in the face of Alaska’s unforgiving weather and terrain. His stories gives readers the rare chance to experience the disappearing thrills and challenges of meeting the American frontier on its own unyielding terms.

A Season to Kill

A Season to Kill Pdf/ePub eBook Author: K.J. Emrick,Kathryn De Winter
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"There’s a strange man in the living room, Miranda!" Until her resident ghost, Kyle Hunter, woke her with those words, Miranda Wylder had been enjoying several months of peace. An unexpected, middle of the night visitor, complete with ghost attached, changes all that. Events start happening around her that seem like coincidence but can't possibly be because as Miranda always says, nothing is coincidence. Who is this intruder and who is the ghost? Once again Miranda finds herself deeply involved in another mystery. If that's not bad enough. Jack is acting like a jerk and Kyle is keeping secrets. What is going in her little town of Moonlight Bay? Will Miranda be able to figure it out before her life is changed irrevocably? A Season to Kill is the tenth installment in the Moonlight Bay Psychic Mystery series. If you like paranormal cozy mysteries then you will love this book by K.J. Emrick and Kathryn De Winter!

Backpacking Idaho

Backpacking Idaho Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Douglas Lorain
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A virtually undiscovered backpacking paradise, Idaho has numerous wilderness areas of mind-boggling size. Backpackers can find complete solitude, wildlife, and some of North America's most outstanding scenery. Idaho's mountains also boast great weather--fewer thunderstorms than the central Rockies, less rain than Oregon and Washington, and cooler summer temperatures than California. Backpacking Idaho takes you to what author Doug Lorain calls a "Shangri-la" for backpackers. In the craggy Selkirk Mountains you'll find lush forests, small cirque lakes, and jagged granite peaks. Watch for ospreys, river otters, and belted kingfishers in the swift Selway River. Explore hundreds of miles of trails in the gently rolling forested hills in north-central Idaho, or head to Hell's Canyon, the deepest gorge in North America, where you'll find both alpine tundra and cactus-studded desert.

North Country Homesteader

North Country Homesteader Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Darlene M Reierson,Jewel L Reierson
Editor: FriesenPress
ISBN: 103914490X
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North Country Homesteader by Darlene M Reierson,Jewel L Reierson Summary

Imagine packing everything up and heading off into the wilderness with your spouse and two little girls to live an off-the-grid life—not just for a year or two but for decades. That’s exactly what Darlene M. Reierson and her husband, Brien, did with their two young daughters back in 1975. For the next several decades, they eked out a living in the wilderness of northern British Columbia, Canada, logging, trapping, and generally living off the land all the way from Prince George to the headwaters of the Skeena River. This is the first volume of Darlene’s journals, in which she captures the highs and lows of their frontier life, from the pleasures of a sunny day and a good home-cooked meal to the perils of battling the elements and the dangerous wildlife that surrounded them. In addition to Darlene’s record of their daily life and adventures, this book also contains numerous recipes and other how-to tips that relate to homesteader living. Anyone who has ever dreamed of such an existence will be fascinated by this firsthand glimpse into the mind of the sort of person who would embark on such an adventure. And who knows? It may also inspire some readers to set out on a similar journey of their own.

Dog-Friendly Trails for All Seasons in California's Foothills and the Sierra Nevada

Dog-Friendly Trails for All Seasons in California's Foothills and the Sierra Nevada Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Debbi Preston
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Dog-Friendly Trails for All Seasons in California's Foothills and the Sierra Nevada by Debbi Preston Summary

This book is a follow-up to 48 Dog-Friendly Trails in Californias Foothills and the Sierra Nevada, published by AuthorHouse in 2008. In keeping with the first books structure, there are four trailheads described for each month of the year to encourage year-round outdoor excursions. In some cases, there are multiple trail choices from a single trailhead so everyone can find an outing suitable to their groups individual needs. Trails are all dog friendly, with some providing off-leash opportunities. Many of the trails are also suitable for joggers, mountain bikers, and equestrians. A table at the back of the book identifies the usage for each trail. You will also find information as to which trails feature great views, swimming, family access, fishing, and other activities. Listening to readers feedback from the first book, with the new book the focus is in finding more obscure trails so even the most experienced enthusiast will find new places to explore. There are also maps for trails with difficult descriptions. Trails are still rated from 1 (easiest) to 5 (most difficult), but with this book you will find more trails with a 4 and 5 rating. Still there are easy options for each month, but overall there are more challenging opportunities.

From Sea to Sea

From Sea to Sea Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Kipling, Rudyard
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From Sea to Sea and Other Sketches, Letters of Travel is a book containing Rudyard Kipling's articles about his 1889 travels from India to Burma, China, Japan, and theUnited States en route to England. This collection is usually called Letters of Travel 1892-1913 in the 21st century.

Moon Washington Hiking

Moon Washington Hiking Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Craig Hill
Editor: Moon Travel
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Craggy coastal cliffs, towering active volcanoes, and cascading waterfalls: wherever you turn in Washington, adventure awaits. Pack a lunch, lace up your boots, and hit the trails with Moon Washington Hiking. Inside you'll find: Diverse Hiking Options: Whether you plan to take leisurely lakeside walks or challenging journeys around Mount Pilchuck, enjoy outdoor getaways ranging from easy day hikes to multi-day backpacking trips Find Your Hike: Looking for something specific? Choose from strategic lists of the best hikes for breathtaking waterfalls, spring wildflowers, or hiking with your dog, plus a breakdown of the best hikes by season The Top Outdoor Experiences: Pick alpine wildflowers in a meadow along Mount Rainier's Skyline Trail, or wander through a dense, green rain forest in Olympic National Park. Venture across a suspension bridge to breathtaking canyon views, and glimpse seals, eagles, and deer at a wildlife reserve. Catch a vibrant sunset from a beach dotted with sea stacks, or explore an underground lava tube Nearby Fun: Relax post-hike at a local brewery, savor a plate of fresh oysters, and stargaze before bed at a nearby campground Essential Planning Details: Each hike is described in detail and marked with round-trip distance and hiking time, difficulty, terrain type, elevation gain, and access points Maps and Directions: Find easy-to-use maps, driving directions to each trailhead, and details on where to park Expert Advice: Longtime hiker Craig Hill shares his local secrets, unique tips, and honest opinions of each trail Tips and Tools: Advice on gear, first aid, and camping permits, plus background information on climate, landscape, and wildlife Whether you're a veteran or a first-time hiker, Moon's comprehensive coverage and local expertise will have you gearing up for your next adventure. Hitting the road? Check out Moon Pacific Northwest Road Trip!

Moon Pacific Northwest Hiking

Moon Pacific Northwest Hiking Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Craig Hill,Matt Wastradowski
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Towering peaks, sparkling coastline, and vast old-growth forests: wherever you turn in the Pacific Northwest, adventure awaits. Pack a lunch, lace up your boots, and hit the trails with Moon Pacific Northwest Hiking. Inside you'll find: Diverse Hiking Options: Whether you plan to take breathtaking coastal walks in Oregon or challenging treks around Mount Rainier, enjoy outdoor getaways ranging from easy day hikes to multi-day backpacking trips Find Your Hike: Looking for something specific? Choose from strategic lists of the best hikes for waterfalls, wildflowers, bringing your dog, and more, plus a breakdown of the best hikes by season The Top Outdoor Experiences: Wander through the damp, dense greens of a rainforest in Olympic National Park or revel in a Mars-like red rock landscape in southeastern Oregon. Watch an orange sunset on a beach adorned with sea stacks or gaze into the mouth of a volcano crater. Catch a glimpse of a bighorn sheep, see actual wagon ruts on the historic Oregon Trail, and stroll through fields of wildflowers. Walk behind a waterfall or take in unbridled views of the downtown Portland skyline Nearby Fun: Kick back at a local brewery after your hike, find a nearby campground for a night under the stars, or enjoy a plate fresh oysters with an ocean view Essential Planning Details: Each hike is described in detail and marked with round-trip distance and hiking time, difficulty, terrain type, elevation gain, and access points Maps and Directions: Find easy-to-use maps, driving directions to each trailhead, and details on where to park Expert Advice: Seasoned hikers Craig Hill and Matt Wastradowski reveal their experienced insights, local secrets, and honest opinions of each trail Tips and Tools: Advice on gear, first aid, and camping permits, plus background information on climate, landscape, and wildlife Moon Pacific Northwest Hiking covers hikes in Washington and Oregon Whether you're a veteran or a first-time hiker, Moon's comprehensive coverage and local expertise will have you gearing up for your next adventure. Hitting the road? Check out Moon Pacific Northwest Road Trip!

Journals: 1990 - 2014

Journals: 1990 - 2014 Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Rudy Rucker
Editor: Transreal Books
ISBN: 0985827203
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Ride the wave with Rudy Rucker---author, programmer, mathematician, professor, cyberpunk, hipster, transrealist, and family man. A writer’s journey. Rucker composed "Journals: 1990-2014" over twenty-five years. A long-running adventure. Entries include: Introspection and philosophizing, sketches of daily life, descriptions of Rucker's travels, and notes on writing.

Acolytes of Cthulhu

Acolytes of Cthulhu Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Robert M. Price,Neil Gaiman,S.T. Joshi,Edmond Hamilton
Editor: Titan Books (US, CA)
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Acolytes of Cthulhu by Robert M. Price,Neil Gaiman,S.T. Joshi,Edmond Hamilton Summary

Noted Lovecraftian scholar R.M.Price assembles this unique Lovecraft-influenced collection of twenty-eight rare tales, from such diverse authors as Neil Gaiman, Jorges Luis Borges, Manly Wade Wellman, and Gustaf Meyrink. Spanning from the 1930s to the 1990s, this kaleidoscopic collection is a triumph of interdimensional threats, ritual magic, and cosmic horrors.

Pacific Crest Trail: Northern California

Pacific Crest Trail: Northern California Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Jordan Summers
Editor: Wilderness Press
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The PCT’s #1 Guide for More Than 45 Years First published in 1973, The Pacific Crest Trail, Vol. 1, California quickly established itself as the book trekkers could not do without. Now thoroughly updated and redesigned, Pacific Crest Trail: Northern California starts in Yosemite National Park’s beautiful backcountry and guides you to the California-Oregon border. It winds past rivers, peaks, forests, meadows, fascinating geological formations, and other natural wonders. Let PCT gurus Jordan Summers and Jeffrey P. Schaffer share more than four decades of expertise with you. They’ll help you with everything you need to know about this 776.4-mile section of the 2,650-mile trail. You’ll pass through Emigrant, Desolation, and Marble Mountain wildernesses; Shasta-Trinity National Forest; and Lassen Volcanic National Park; and you’ll see Lake Tahoe, Burney Falls, Mount Shasta, and Castle Crags. In this book, you’ll find All-in-one guide by accomplished hikers who have logged over 5,000 trail miles Detailed trail descriptions and alternate routes Full-color customized maps, drawn to scale with one another Need-to-know information for day hikes, weekend backpacks, and an ambitious thru-hike Tips for locating the trail, water sources, and resupply access routes This guidebook will be your truest companion. So now’s the time to get going. The trail awaits!

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