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A Summer in the High Sierra



Author: Brauer, Laurence

Publisher: Wordsworth/Half Meadow Press

Format: Adobe ePUB

Content Language: English

eBook ISBN: 9780972326988

Print ISBN: 9780972326988

Size: 17,675 KB

Publication Date: 2011-09-26

Category:
Nature > Environmental Conservation & Protection > General

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Encryption: Adobe DRM
Max Downloads: 4
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Read Aloud: Enabled

$11.05

A Summer in the High Sierra
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A Summer in the High Sierra is based on Laurence Brauer's journal of a 38-day solo round trip backpacking through the timberline country from Yosemite to Kings Canyon. Traveling outside cultural and religious doctrines, Brauer examines the assumptions of human societies and find that neither the rational deconstructions of science nor the leap of faith of religion contain the breadth and depth of nature's message. Seeing beyond our dualistic doctrines, he redefines our concepts of human nature, evolution, and spirituality. The book features 96 full-color photographs illustrating the journey, which took the author along sections of the John Muir Trail, High Sierra Trail, and off-trail locations. An Epilogue recounting a ten-day trip one year later and an Afterword recounting a short return trip to Vogelsang in which the author reassesses the previous ten years are also included.


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