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Posted March 19, 2002
Walking and writing of his short trips to secret places is the subject of this classic book. For Fletcher, walking achieves a quiet state of mind, an inner peace in which he exchanges the outer world for the cloth of nature. At the same time he reveals his fondness for places from the Redwoods to the wilds of Alaska. Although written a decade ago, you can read this book and experience second-hand meeting moose, caribou and grizzlies.
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