The man who walked through time: With photos taken en route by the author

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A. A. Knopf, 1968 - Travel - 239 pages
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User Review  - Sean191 - LibraryThing

I thought I'd like this and at the very beginning, I did. But really, although the author did something pretty cool, it wasn't overly daunting. There was not the amount of danger you come across in ... Read full review

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A great look at some on who spent a life walking while considering philosophy, history, and methodologies.One of my favorite saying from Colin is: Hell is where the police are Italian, the politicians are French and the cooks are English...... Read full review

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THEDREAM
5
H5 Life
109
EPILOGUE
226
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About the author (1968)

Colin Fletcher was born in Wales and educated in England. He moved to California in 1956 after serving in the Royal Marines, farming in Kenya, surveying in Zimbabwe, and prospecting in northern and western Canada. He is the first man to have walked the length of Grand Canyon National Park within the canyon's rim. He is the author of numerous books on walking and the outdoors, including "The Thousand-Mile Summer, The Man Who Walked Through Time, River, The Secret Worlds of Colin Fletcher," and three previous editions of "The Complete Walker." He now lives in California.

Chip Rawlins has worked as a guide, outdoor instructor, range rider, firefighter, field hydrologist, and scientific editor. A former Wallace Stegner Fellow at Stanford University, Rawlins has written previous nonfiction books--"Sky's Witness: A Year in the Wind River Range" and "Broken Country: Mountains and Memory"--and poetry, with a recent award-winning book, "In Gravity National Park." He served as president of the Wyoming Outdoor Council and on the board of directors of the Greater Yellowstone Coalition. He lives in Laramie, Wyoming.

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