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📒Lost On The Appalachian Trail ✍ Kyle Rohrig
✏Lost on the Appalachian Trail Book Summary : Join Kyle and his little dog "Katana" as they take you along for every step of their 2,185 mile adventure hiking the entire Appalachian Trail. Confront the terrain, severe weather, injury, dangerous wildlife and questionable characters as you grow and learn just as Kyle did from start to finish on this epic adventure.Make some friends for life, learn the finer points of long distance hiking, and realize that what you take within your backpack is not nearly as important as what you bring within yourself...This exciting and often times humorous narrative does more than simply tell the story of Kyle and Katana's adventures out on the trail. It urges the reader to examine their own life, fears, strengths, weaknesses and dreams, then learn to overcome or realize them. This book tells a story as much as it teaches, inspires and motivates you to get out there and see what the world has to offer. You will learn what it takes mentally and physically to accomplish an undertaking such as hiking thousands of miles through mountainous wilderness and countless obstacles that are all determined to make you quit. As Kyle did, you might even learn some things about yourself...
📒Best Hikes Of The Appalachian Trail South ✍ Johnny Molloy
✏Best Hikes of the Appalachian Trail South Book Summary :
✏Exploring the Appalachian Trail Hikes in the Southern Appalachians Book Summary : 32 day hikes and overnight trips in Georgia, North Carolina, and Tennessee.
📒Always Another Mountain ✍ Danie Martin
✏Always Another Mountain Book Summary : The author's journal as she backpacked the Appalachian Trail in 2004. Starting alone from Springer Mountain Georgia, she travels over 2000 miles to reach Mount Katahdin Maine six months later. Danie Martin is a librarian now living in Philadelphia. - from jacket text.
📒Three Hundred Zeroes ✍ Dennis R. Blanchard
✏Three Hundred Zeroes Book Summary : An account of the author's 2-year venture along the Appalachian Trail.
📒Lost Then Found ✍ Jeff Morgan
✏Lost Then Found Book Summary : Kirk Langner, better known as Piece Maker on the Appalachian Trail, planned a nine-day hike on some of the most rugged parts of the trail in North Carolina and Tennessee, but he had not planned for what would eventually change his life forever. Kirk spends a lot of time walking the woods, much of this done alone, giving him the opportunity to ponder his ineffectual relationships with his wife and daughter and his increasing lack of faith in God. He eventually meets an assortment of personalities on the trail, resulting in sometimes humorous, sometimes tearful events, and he eventually begins to understand the reason for his seemingly lost relationships with the people he loves the most and why he has begun to lose faith in God. High in the North Carolina mountains, he befriends an old man who begins to share with him his wisdom about life, relationships, prayer, and faith, enlightening him like never before. The old man explains some of the most difficult concepts of life in some of the simplest ways, and "Piece Maker," who spiritually and emotionally had been lost, is found.
📒Appalachian Trail Bailey Gap To Calf Mountain Virginia ✍ National Geographic Maps - Trails Illustrated
✏Appalachian Trail Bailey Gap to Calf Mountain Virginia Book Summary : * Waterproof * Tear-Resistant * Topographic Map The Bailey Gap to Calf Mountain Topographic Map Guide makes a perfect traveling companion when traversing the central Virginia section of the Appalachian Trail (A.T.). The A.T. in central Virginia falls mostly within National Forest land, traveling through mature forests and over high mountain summits. The trail becomes more difficult as hikers go farther south, traversing the A.T.'s northernmost balds, past interesting rock formations, and over notable peaks, such as the Priest, McAfee Knob, and Dragon's Tooth. Each A.T. Topographic Map Guide includes detailed topographic maps at a detail of 1 inch = 1 mile. Each page is centered on the A.T. and overlaps with the adjacent pages so there is little chance of getting lost. Along the bottom of each page is a trail profile that shows the distance between shelters, camping areas, and trail access points. The map and trail profile provide a step by step visual guide to hiking the trail, mile by rugged mile. The Topographic Map Guide is built for all levels of hiking enthusiasts, from the day tripper to the multi month 'thru-hiker'. The front pages of the printed Topographic Map Guide include resupply information, town inset maps, camping options, and much more. Every Topographic Map Guide is printed on "Backcountry Tough" waterproof, tear-resistant paper. A full UTM grid is printed on the map to aid with GPS navigation. Other features found on this map include: Afee Knob, Apple Orchard Mountain, Appomattox, Bailey Gap Shelter, Black Horse Gap, Bobblets Gap Shelter, Brown Mtn Creek Shelter, Bryant Ridge Shelter, Calf Mountain, Calf Mtn Shelter, Campbell Shelter, Catawba Mtn Shelter, Cornelius Creek Shelter, Cove Mountain Shelter, Cow Camp Gap Shelter, Fullhardt Knob Shelter, George Washington National Forest, Harpers Creek Shelter, Humpback Mountain, Jefferson National Forest, Johns Hollow Shelter, Johns Spring Shelter, Lamberts Meadow Shelter, Laurel Creek Shelter, Lynchburg, Matts Creek Shelter, Maupin Field Shelter, Niday Shelter, Paul C. Wolfe Shelter, Pickle Branch Shelter, Pine Swamp Branch Shelter, Punchbowl Shelter, Reeds Gap, Rockfish Gap, Sarver Hollow Shelter, Seeley- Woodworth Shelter, The Priest, The Priest Shelter, Thunder Hill Shelter, Troutville, War Spur Shelter, Waynesboro, Wilson Creek Shelter. Map Scale = 1:63,360 Folded Size = 4.25" x 9.25"
📒Just Passin Thru ✍ Winton Porter
✏Just Passin Thru Book Summary : Like a well-crafted stage play, Just Passin' Thru delivers one suspenseful scene after another. But in this historic setting -- a store on the Appalachian Trail called Mountain Crossings -- the characters who show up are no fictional creations. They are the real-life stars of the author's new life as a backpack-purging, canteen-selling, hostel-running, bandage-taping, lost-child finding, argument-settling, romance-fixing, chili-making man of many faces. Like any good drama, there are the good guys (and gals) and the weirdos, too. Some show up once (and that's enough), and some appear again and again. Some are friends, and some dangerous. But all are united by two things: the author's story-capturing talent, and whatever it is that lures them to attempt (or conquer) a 2,200-mile path that climbs and plummets from Georgia to Maine.
📒Terror On The Appalachian Trail ✍ Hank Ingenito
✏Terror On The Appalachian Trail Book Summary : Three longtime friends and their wives go on vacation together in the Smokey Mountains. During the vacation, the guys had pre-planned to take a two day hiking trip by themselves on one of the more remote section of The Appalachian Trail. That hike turned out to be the adventure of their lives. It ultimately tested not only their friendship and their wilderness skills but their will to survive. They found themselves being stalked by a killer bear that has been driven mad by rabies. In their efforts to get away from the bear, the unthinkable happens and they loose the trail. During their second encounter with the bear they wind up getting separated from each other. This forces one of them to deal with the terror of two seperate bear attacks while all alone in the middle of the night. In all, either individually or as a group, they experience seven terrifying bear encounters. It ultimately turns into a story of courage, teamwork and overcoming one’s fears. It is a testament to their ingenuity and absolute refusal to be intimidated in the face of terror.
📒Walking With Spring ✍ Earl Victor Shaffer
✏Walking with Spring Book Summary : In April 1948, the 11-year-old Appalachian Trail from Maine to Georgia was pretty much a wreck: Volunteer maintainers who hadn't been called to combat couldn't get rationed gasoline to get out there to keep it clear. In April 1948, so, pretty much, was Earl Shaffer, self-dubbed The Crazy One. He had come home from war in the Pacific where he had lost the dearest friend of his life. He needed to walk it off, and he did with the most primitive of gear. In four months, he walked with the merging spring from Georgia to Maine, bushwhacking to find the route more often than not-becoming the first to report a complete, single-journey trek on this footpath of more than 2,000 miles. More than 7,000 have since followed in his footsteps. These reflections on and from his first of three thru-hikes are often lyrical, full of history and local legend and his own quiet insights on life in the woods in a much different era all around.