An Adirondack Passage: The Cruise of the Canoe Sairy Gamp

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HarperCollins Canada, Limited, Apr 1, 1994 - Sports & Recreation - 230 pages
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Chronicles the author's 140-mile canoe odyssey through New York's Adirondack wilderness, retracing the 1880s' travels of outdoorsman George Washington Sears, as she meditates on the history of the region, its natural wonders, and the impact of human encroachment.

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User Review  - Betsy - Goodreads

I first read this book in 2001 and have been returning to it off and on ever since. I'm enjoying it as much this time around as the first time: reading it is the next best thing to paddling across an ... Read full review

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User Review  - Roaldeuller - Goodreads

An Adirondack Passage is a sweet, gentle introspective account of the author's recreation of the voyage of the Sairy Gamp, a boat and journey well known to Adirondack canoeists. Jerome has no bones to ... Read full review

Contents

Boonville to Old Forge
1
Old Forge to Inlet
19
Inlet to Raquette Lake
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