Canyon O Grady no 14

Canyon O Grady  no   14 Author Jon Sharpe
ISBN-10 0451169972
Release 1991-06
Pages 172
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Canyon O'Grady returns to prevent a deranged U.S. Cavalry colonel from committing more atrocities south of the Rio Grande, but matters become complicated, and explosive, when a female spitfire and murderous banditos hunt O'Grady



Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon Author
ISBN-10 0816524327
Release 2006
Pages 79
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"Ann Zwinger plumbs the very soul of this majestic place, exploring the deserts along the Colorado's banks in order to examine things that often go unnoticed against a backdrop of overwhelming grandeur. Whether drawing our attention to a newly unfurled evening primrose, a ladybug at work on a leaf full of aphids, or the amazing appearance of a humpback chub slipping through the water like a pewter ghost, she opens a new window on the Canyon at river level to show us that small things of overpowering beauty can be found in a place whose intrinsic splendor is nothing less than staggering.".



Canyon Interludes

Canyon Interludes Author Paul Wesley Rea
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105012159385
Release 1996
Pages 280
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Describing mind-altering adventures on the Colorado Plateau, Paul Rea hikes through Canyonlands, Grand Gulch, Havasu, and Zion canyons and rafts the Colorado, Dolores, Green, and San Juan rivers. He explores and celebrates the enchanted, colorful desert in sensuous, introspective, and playful ways. "Seated on a mossy rock, nude, " he writes, "I wave to the California Zephyr across the river. Many years ago, riding this train home from the Summer of Love, I first beheld the red rock country in this very canyon." Even the earth comes alive in Rea's prose: "The dark gneiss seethes, then shimmers like a translucent veil across the bare-boned rock." He tells how he repeatedly returned to the desert, evolving from greenhorn to graybeard as he became bonded to the landscape. These life-affirming and thought-provoking narratives are seductive and easy to get lost in, like a hiker traversing the landscape itself.



Puppy Love in Thunder Canyon

Puppy Love in Thunder Canyon Author Christyne Butler
ISBN-10 9780373656851
Release 2012-07-24
Pages 224
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Tongues are wagging all over town that bubbly, quirky pet therapist Annabel Cates has been spotted keeping company with Dr. Thomas North. Yes,thatDr. North—the ever-serious, oh-so-gorgeous and utterly unattainable orthopedic surgeon who has dashed the hopes of so many Thunder Canyon cowgirls. Will Annabel really be able to domesticate the medical maverick? Folks round these parts can't understand how two such emotionally opposite people even got together. (We give the credit to an unlikely matchmaker with four paws and a winning smile!) Stay tuned, faithful friends, and find out if sexy Dr. North can stay immune to this adorable Cates sister and her irresistible pup!



Journeys in the Canyon Lands of Utah and Arizona 1914 1916

Journeys in the Canyon Lands of Utah and Arizona  1914 1916 Author George Corning Fraser
ISBN-10 0816524408
Release 2005
Pages 224
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"Frederick H. Swanson has edited Fraser's voluminous journals into a single volume covering three trips taken from 1914 to 1916. Fraser conveys impressions of the land that will fascinate any reader who wonders what the canyon country was like before it became a popular tourist destination - and one that will inform historians interested in early accounts of the region. Accompanied by a selection of photographs taken by Fraser and his fellow travelers, Journeys in the Canyon Lands brings to life the Southwest's breathtaking backcountry on the brink of discovery."--BOOK JACKET.



The Desert Magazine

The Desert Magazine Author
ISBN-10 MINN:31951000728073L
Release 1948
Pages
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River and Desert Plants of the Grand Canyon

River and Desert Plants of the Grand Canyon Author Kristin Huisinga
ISBN-10 IND:30000087207894
Release 2006
Pages 261
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The Grand Canyon's isolation, great elevational range, and position at the convergence of three North American deserts--the Mojave, Sonoran, and Great Basin--have created unique habitats for an unusual assemblage of plants. Some grow only at seeps and springs, others emerge from cracks in the bedrock, and some live only in the Grand Canyon--for example, Roaring Springs prickly poppy and Grand Canyon flaveria. River and Desert Plants of the Grand Canyon, the first comprehensive field guide devoted to plants that live below the canyon rims, is bursting with beautiful color photographs and detailed line drawings of more than 250 ferns, grasses, forbs, shrubs, and trees. Narratives organized by life form and common family name describe each plant and its natural history, and thumbnail photographs arranged by flower color and shape offer a key for easy identification. Essays by contributing experts explore such topics as Grand Canyon ecology, desert-plant adaptations, biological soil crusts, plant pollination, invasive species, and domesticated plants of the canyon's indigenous people.



San Bernardino National Forest N F Land and Resource s Management Plan LRMP

San Bernardino National Forest  N F    Land and Resource s  Management Plan  LRMP Author
ISBN-10 NWU:35556030810733
Release 1989
Pages
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Grand Views of Canyon Country

Grand Views of Canyon Country Author David B. Williams
ISBN-10 0937407003
Release 1990-02-01
Pages 48
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Tough daisies

Tough daisies Author Clarence Robert Haywood
ISBN-10 IND:30000048017341
Release 1995-10
Pages 286
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By reputation, Kansas isn't the funniest place on earth. But it has its share of humor. In this book Robert Haywood reveals the lighter side of a state that's too often pegged a collection of sober-minded moralists struggling to find Utopia among the stars. He explores what has passed for humor in good times and bad and divulges what makes Kansans laugh.



Adalet

Adalet Author Ann Leckie
ISBN-10 6053754900
Release 2015-10-01
Pages 408
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All Around the Canyon

All Around the Canyon Author Annalee Wentworth Burns
ISBN-10 PSU:000024472845
Release 1968
Pages 98
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Hauntings

Hauntings Author Ellen Datlow
ISBN-10 9781616961459
Release 2013-03-12
Pages 432
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This fiendish anthology, complied by the horror genre’s most acclaimed editor, drags you into the twisted minds of modern literary masters at their fiendish best. Visionary storytellers fill this collection of tales lyrical and strange, monstrous and exhilarating, horrific and transformative. *A sweetly vengeful voice on the radio calls a young soldier out to join a phantom patrol. *A hotel maid who threw her newborn child from a fourth-story window lingers in an interminable state. *An intern in a paranormal research facility delves deeply into the unexplained deaths of two staff members. *A serial killer plans his ultimate artistic achievement: the unveiling of an extremely special instrument in a very private concert. At once familiar and shocking, these riveting stories will haunt you long after you put down your book and turn out the light.



The Wisdom of John Muir

The Wisdom of John Muir Author Anne Rowthorn
ISBN-10 9780899976952
Release 2012-04-10
Pages 200
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The Wisdom of John Muir marries the best aspects of a Muir anthology with the best aspects of a Muir biography. The fact that it is neither, and yet it is both, distinguishes this book from the many extant books on John Muir. Building on her lifelong passion for the work and philosophy of John Muir, author Anne Rowthorn has created this entirely new treatment for showcasing the great naturalist's philosophy and writings. By pairing carefully selected material from various stages of Muir's life, Rowthorn's book provides a view into the experiences, places, and people that inspired and informed Muir's words and beliefs. The reader feels able to join in with Muir's own discoveries and transformations over the arc of his life. Rowthorn is careful not to overstep her role: she stands back and lets Muir's words speak for themselves.



Guide to the Common Plants of the Seven Devils Mountains Hells Canyon National Recreation Area Wallowa Whitman National Forest

Guide to the Common Plants of the Seven Devils Mountains  Hells Canyon National Recreation Area  Wallowa Whitman National Forest Author Richard T. Bingham
ISBN-10 MINN:31951002980565A
Release 1989
Pages 85
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Canoe on the Nahanni

Canoe on the Nahanni Author DH Koester
ISBN-10 9781478744603
Release 2015-01-15
Pages 271
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The setting is the legendary South Nahanni River in Canada's Northwest Territories-as remote and wild a river as any man could hope for. The Nahanni flows through a land of unsurpassed beauty and legend-harrowing legend. To access it, you must travel due North across the North American continent until the road is no more, then jump a bush plane for a flight across the infamous Mackenzie Mountains, deep into the wild, to the headwaters of the Nahanni. Once in, there is but one way out-down 300 miles of rampaging river, across mighty Virginia Falls, through Deadmen's Valley, then a succession of three formidable, bottomless canyons, filled wall to wall with treacherous rapids-enough whitewater and danger to satisfy even the most beastly of men. On that river, in the summer of "74"-a man, a boy and an open 16 foot, wood and canvass canoe with 250 miles of bad water between them and homeward bound. Fate would not be kind and near the end of the journey they would find themselves hopelessly trapped in the Lower Canyon without gear or canoe. Only the most unlikely of events could save them-but could they survive long enough for it to happen?



Chronicles of Colorado

Chronicles of Colorado Author Frederick R. Rinehart
ISBN-10 9781461708629
Release 2003-07-22
Pages 224
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Over the years, Colorado has attracted its share of literary vagabonds, but none have described the state in such eloquent prose as those who visited the area during its early years. Included in this volume are the impressions of eleven legendary writers, from the hilarious diatribe of a young Rudyard Kipling to the extensive narrative of a mature Walt Whitman. Whether with Horace Greeley in the new-born city of Denver, touring William Palmer's Glen Eyrie with English women's rights advocate Emily Faithfull, or on the trail with Zane Grey outside of Meeker, these essays provide a first-hand look at Colorado as it progressed from a disputed Mexican province to a state on the verge of opening its wilderness for discovery by an eager American public.