Sugar Pine Trail

Sugar Pine Trail Author RaeAnne Thayne
ISBN-10 9781488020049
Release 2017-10-01
Pages 384
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“I've been following RaeAnne Thayne for some time now, and have watched her readership grow with each title. She's a rising star in the romance world. Her books are wonderfully romantic, feel-good reads that end with me sighing over the last pages.”—#1 New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber An unlikely attraction brings comfort, joy and unforgettable romance this holiday season! Librarian Julia Winston is ready to ditch the quiet existence she's been living. She's made a list of new things to experience, but falling for Jamie Caine, her sexy military pilot neighbor, isn't one of them. Julia's looking to conquer life, not become the heartbreaker's latest conquest. But when two young brothers wind up in Julia's care for the holidays, she'll take any help she can get—even Jamie's. Happy to step in, Jamie reveals a side of himself that's much harder to resist. Not only is he fantastic with kids, he provides the strength Julia needs to tackle her list. She knows their temporary family can't last beyond the holidays, but the closer she gets to Jamie, the more she wonders if things could be this merry and bright forever…



Holiday Wishes and Mistletoe Kisses A Romance Sampler

Holiday Wishes and Mistletoe Kisses  A Romance Sampler Author RaeAnne Thayne
ISBN-10 9781488081569
Release 2017-09-01
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Holiday Wishes and Mistletoe Kisses: A Romance Sampler ** FREE DIGITAL SAMPLER FEATURING EXTENDED EXCERPTS FROM THIS SEASON'S BEST ROMANCE AUTHORS ** From rugged cowboys to hard-bodied Navy SEALs, there's something for every romance reader. So, curl up by the fireplace and settle in with some of the best holiday romances of the year with this free sampler featuring excerpts from ten new novels written by today's bestselling authors. Featuring extended excerpts from: • Sugar Pine Trail by RaeAnne Thayne • A Snow Country Christmas by Linda Lael Miller • Wyoming Winter by Diana Palmer • Christmastime Cowboy by Maisey Yates • Moonlight Over Manhattan by Sarah Morgan • A Chesapeake Shores Christmas by Sherryl Woods • Christmas in Icicle Falls by Sheila Roberts • His Secret Son by Brenda Jackson • Christmas on the Run by Shirlee McCoy • The Cowboy Seal's Christmas Baby by Laura Altom



Rail Trails West

Rail Trails West Author Rails-to-Trails Conservancy
ISBN-10 089997709X
Release 2009-06-02
Pages 264
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In this edition in the popular series, the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy presents the best of the West. With 70 rural, suburban, and urban trails threading through 1,050 miles, Rail-Trails West covers 60 trails in California, eight in Arizona, and two in Nevada. Many rail-trails offer escapes from city life, like the Mount Lowe Railway Trail, high above the buzzing Los Angeles basin on a rail line vacationers once took to a mountaintop resort. Others offer the pure sensory thrill of sweeping terrain, like Arizona's 7-mile Prescott Peavine Trail. Still more juxtapose the natural world with the railroad's industrial past, like Nevada's Historic Railroad Hiking Trail, which passes through five massive tunnels to reach Hoover Dam. Every trip has a detailed map, directions to the trailhead, and information about parking, restroom facilities, and other amenities. Many of the level rail-trails are suitable for walking, jogging, bicycling, inline skating, wheelchairs, and horses.



Hiking California s Trinity Alps Wilderness

Hiking California s Trinity Alps Wilderness Author Dennis Lewon
ISBN-10 9781493010400
Release 2014-05-20
Pages 272
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Each book includes: Up-to-date trail descriptions with mile-by-mile directional cues Detailed trail maps and GPS coordinates Difficulty ratings and average hiking times A Trail Finder for the best hikes with dogs, with children, for great views, or for wildlife viewing Information on fees and permits, contacts, attractions, restaurants, accommodations, and canine compatibility Leave No Trace and wilderness safety tips and techniques Many with full-color maps and photos!



Tahoe Rim Trail

Tahoe Rim Trail Author Tim Hauserman
ISBN-10 9780899977119
Release 2012-08-07
Pages 240
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The 165-mile Tahoe Rim Trail is considered one of the world's premier trails. Accessible by hikers, equestrians, skiers and mountain bikers (for the non-wilderness portions), it winds completely around spectacular Lake Tahoe, the highest and largest alpine lake in North America. The trail crosses through six counties, three national forests, and two states and was completed in 2001 largely by volunteer labor. The best-selling Tahoe Rim Trail has been revised to reflect the latest conditions and routing of the trail and includes information for over 20 miles of new trail. Updated topographic maps depict the entire route, along with the easy (and fun) to read trail directions, the book includes fascinating information on the plants and animals you'll see along the trail, plus essential advice for planning a hike on the TRT, whether it's a day's outing or a 2-week circuit of the entire lake. The first and only how-to guide to this popular trail, it is the official guidebook of the Tahoe Rim Trail Association, whose mission is to improve, maintain and promote the trail.



Trinity Alps Vicinity Including Whiskeytown Russian Wilderness and Castle Crags Areas

Trinity Alps   Vicinity  Including Whiskeytown  Russian Wilderness  and Castle Crags Areas Author Mike White
ISBN-10 9780899975016
Release 2009-06-23
Pages 336
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The Trinity Alps mountain range in the northwest corner of California forms a rugged divide, tucked between the Coast Ranges and the Cascades in a half-million acres of wilderness. Nearby Whiskeytown National Recreation Area, Russian Wilderness, and Castle Crags Wilderness all offer miles of trails and recreation areas to explore. The fifth edition of this classic hiking guide, in print for more than 25 years, has been completely revamped and now covers not only trails and cross-country routes in the Alps but in the nearby recreation lands. It contains descriptions of 48 of the best day hikes and backpack trips, and has all-new maps and elevation profiles for each specially selected hike. Over 600 miles of trail and cross-country routes are covered in this most comprehensive recreation guide to the area.



The Trail Home

The Trail Home Author Alfred Wohlpart
ISBN-10 1581125674
Release 2003-09
Pages 332
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The Trail Home describes my 2,650 mile trek on the Pacific Crest Trail and the internal transformation that occurred along the way. Starting in southern California and heading northward, I spent six months journeying through some of the most spectacular landscapes in America, from the arid deserts of the southwest to the High Sierras and the Cascade Mountains. Ultimately, I would arrive at the Canadian border in mid October, but I was no longer the same person as when I began. The Trail Home describes the intertwined, dual journey that I would undertake the external journey exploring the physical landscape and the internal journey exploring the landscape of my soul. I came to the realization as I hiked along the Pacific Crest Trail that we live fragmented and disjointed lives. We have been promised happiness and fulfillment from a culture mired in materialism, competition, and shallowness. As a result of following the pathway to success laid out before me, my life had become fragmented without any real meaning: my spirituality had stagnated; my intellectual curiosity had deteriorated; my imagination had atrophied. As I walked northward along the trail, the sheer steadfastness of the land its permanence, patience, and endurance seeped into my soul. The rhythm of the landscape slowed my pace and calmed my spirit, allowing a new, more spiritual life to unfold within me, often leaving me in tears. By the end of the hike, I had recaptured the lost harmony that feeds the mind, body, and soul and I became whole again.



Afoot and Afield Inland Empire

Afoot and Afield  Inland Empire Author David Money Harris
ISBN-10 9780899974620
Release 2009-07-09
Pages 410
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The Inland Empire, east of Los Angeles, is known as Southern California's big backyard. The nearly 200 noteworthy hikes in this guide explore the state's three tallest mountains, the stark beauty of the high desert, and trails that wind through urban and regional parks. Each hike is shown on custom-created maps for use with a GPS.



California Trails High Sierra Region

California Trails High Sierra Region Author Peter Massey
ISBN-10 1930193211
Release 2006-10-01
Pages 249
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This guidebook navigates and describes 50 trails located near the towns of Fresno (north), Oakhurst, Lone Pine, Bishop, Bridgeport, Coulterville, Mariposa, and Mammoth Lakes. NEW, full COLOR addition to our Trails series! These handy 6x9? books include scenic drives plus a whole lot more! Including some of America's best mountain biking, hiking, camping and fishing areas! Ghost towns galore? Step back into the past while wandering through abandoned mining areas, old buildings, and even entire towns. INCLUDES GPS coordinates throughout each book.



101 Hikes in Southern California

101 Hikes in Southern California Author Jerry Schad
ISBN-10 9780899977164
Release 2013-09-10
Pages 288
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Trek the diverse terrain of Southern California, from desert to beach to mountaintop, on an easy stroll or overnight adventure, with this ultimate guide to the 101 best hikes in the Southland. Covers the Santa Monica, San Gabriel, San Jacinto, and San Bernardino mountains, and the Mojave and Colorado deserts. This updated and revised edition of one of our best-selling guidebooks includes 12 new hikes and updated information for hikes from the previous edition. All trips have been rehiked for this update. Each trip includes a map, photos, trail highlights, and symbols to tell you the basics of the trip at a glance. Each map now includes key GPS coordinates.



Pacific Crest Trail Southern California

Pacific Crest Trail  Southern California Author Ben Schirfin
ISBN-10 9780899973166
Release 2005-07-25
Pages 368
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This comprehensive guide provides in-depth coverage of the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) from the Mexican border to Tuolumne Meadows in Yosemite National Park. Plan day hikes, weekend backpacks, or an extended thru-hike adventure with this indispensable resource.Our PCT gurus supply maps, photos, resupply access routes, side trips, and updated trail data. Learn about rocks, plants, animals, and human history along the trail. Plan for, trouble-shoot, and enjoy your PCT adventure with this authoritative guide. Over 200 maps included. Winner of the Classic Award in the 2008 National Outdoor Book Awards.



Sugar pine Murmurings

Sugar pine Murmurings Author Elizabeth Sargent Wilson
ISBN-10 NYPL:33433076063084
Release 1899
Pages 109
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Sugar pine Murmurings has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Sugar pine Murmurings also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Sugar pine Murmurings book for free.



Reading the Trail

Reading the Trail Author Corey Lee Lewis
ISBN-10 0874176069
Release 2005
Pages 241
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John Muir, Mary Austin, and Gary Snyder are perhaps best known for their connection to specific California ecological regions--Muir's Sierra Nevada Range of Light, Austin's southern Land of Little Rain, and Snyder's Kitkitdizze region of the north. In Reading the Trial, ecocritic and outdoorsman Corey Lewis proposes a provocative new way to read and interpret the classic works of these major nature writers and to bring their ideas into the discussion of ecological values and viable responses to the current environmental crisis. The literary work of Muir, Austin, and Snyder reflects intimate and passionate knowledge of their chosen regions. Their activist efforts contributed to the preservation of wilderness areas and national parks in the ecosystems they lived in and wrote about. In Reading the Trail, Lewis combines a lucid, perceptive discussion of their work and ideas with an engaging, closely observed account of his own trail experiences as a hiker/backpacker and volunteer trail builder, thereby achieving a new and deeper appreciation of their writing and values. He proposes that such a combination of literary study and experiential projects allows teachers to enrich the understanding of students and lay readers to find new insights into the work of nature writers and the purpose and importance of the environmental movement. The book will be inspiring reading for teachers of literature and natural science, and for lovers of the outdoors seeking new ways to explore the natural world.



Trails of the Angeles

Trails of the Angeles Author John Robinson
ISBN-10 9780899977140
Release 2013-07-02
Pages 260
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The rugged San Gabriel Mountains, rising starkly from the edge of the Los Angeles Basin, provide a sharp contrast to the hustle and bustle of the city and its surroundings. Angelinos across the county (a population of almost 10 million), as well as visitors from out of state, welcome the opportunity to escape from city chaos into the quiet wilderness. This 9th edition of the classic Wilderness Press guide has been revised and updated to reflect recent trail changes, and now includes trips in the Fish Canyon Narrows, along Alder Creek, and to Jones Peak, as well as perennial favorites such as Old Baldy, Mt. Wilson, and Devils Punchbowl. Each detailed trip description notes the distance, difficulty, and ideal season, and points out the highlights of the trail. The guide includes a companion 4-color waterproof topo map.



U S National Forest Campground Guide Pacific Northwest Region Oregon

U S  National Forest Campground Guide  Pacific Northwest Region   Oregon Author Fred Dow
ISBN-10 9780976751670
Release 2009-01-01
Pages 512
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The U.S. National Forest Campground Guide, Pacific Northwest Region (Oregon), describes 274 developed campgrounds in 14 national forests in the state of Oregon. All of the campgrounds were personally visited and researched by the authors of this Guide.There are more than 50 items of information for each campground, narrative descriptions (including authors' anecdotes), maps displaying the relative location of the campgrounds, and quick look-up tables to help in the selection of a campground. In addition, there are sidebars throughout the Guide containing useful information about camping, the forests, things to do, and the authors' experiences.



Nevada Trails Western Region

Nevada Trails Western Region Author Peter Massey
ISBN-10 9781930193154
Release 2008-09-01
Pages 272
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Find exciting scenic drives hiking trails, camping areas, ghost towns, fishing spots and more! This unique FULL COLOR addition to the Adler TRAILS SERIES contains meticulous details for hundreds of miles of scenic backroads and four wheel drive trails in western Nevada, near the towns of Reno, Carson City, Virginia City, Tonopah, and Hawthorne. Meticulous trail details instruct readers how to safely navigate hundreds of miles of the region's best scenic backroads and four-wheel trails. See ghost towns, numerous old mines and mill workings, and old railroad grades along the more than 35 routes. Directions include GPS coordinates and all trails are rated for difficulty, mileage, driving time, remoteness, and more. Descriptions highlight the ideal places to camp, hike, mountain bike, fish, and sightsee. Histories recount the days of the Wild West. Hundreds of COLOR PHOTOS.



Inspiring Generations

Inspiring Generations Author Anniversary Story Book Committee
ISBN-10 9781930238558
Release 2014-05-13
Pages 416
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On June 30, 1864, amidst the Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln signed the Yosemite Grant Act to protect Yosemite Valley and Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias. This act that set aside the first public parkland for future generations was a legacy for our nation and an inspiration to the world. To honor the 150th anniversary of this milestone, a call went out inviting the public to celebrate in prose and poetry the national park they love. The 150 pieces in this book were selected from hundreds of submissions from people who have visited, lived in, or worked in Yosemite National Park. These collected reflections feature, among other things, treks up Half Dome, escapades at The Ahwahnee, revels at the long-gone firefall,and, yes, encounters with those bears; and range from the hilarious to the historical, the enlightening to the uplifting. Inspiring Generations will encourage many journeys to the park filled with family, friends, and the stuff memories are made of.