Two in the Wilderness: Adventures of a Mother and Daughter in the Adirondack Mountains
Grab a paperback and join Sandra Weber and her eleven-year-old daughter Marcy for a trek in the Adirondack wilderness. Feel the sensation of climbing mountains, sleeping in open lean-tos, eating wild blueberries, floating like lily pads, and laughing with loons. Add alpine flowers, a bear, and five days of rain, and the result is an appreciation of nature. By the end of the 60-mile trip, mother and daughter also learn to appreciate each other.
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