Breaking Through the Clouds
Inspired by his ranger days in Rocky Mountain national park over forty years ago and by his recent pilgrimage to Hareny Peak in the Black Hills of South Dakota, Richard Fleck has created these descriptive essays. The mountains are a constant source of spiritual renewal, enabling him to become more aware and whole.
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CHAPTER Two High in the Mummy Range
CHAPTER FOUR Where I and is Mostly Sky
CHAPTER S1x Viva Los Pecos y La Sierra de San Juan
CHAPTER EIGHT Solace of Dinosaur Ridge
CHAPTER TEN Rambles Along the Mosquito Range
CHAPTER TWELVE Mountains Over the Desert
Black Elks Prayer Atop Harney Peak
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