WILDWOOD: A Journey Through Trees

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Part Walden, part Road to Oxiana: The late British natural-history writer Deakin (Waterlog: A Swimmer's Journey Through Britain, 1999) serves up an elegant meditation on trees and why they matter.Put it down to the Druids and the Green Man, but folks back in the mother country love all things tree-related. They like toads, moles, sheep and suchlike critters, too, whence the deserved centrality of ... Read full review

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I loved Roger Deakin's Wildwood A Journey Through Trees. It is one of those books that gardeners or travelers might enjoy. I am just trying to decide when to buy a copy instead of depending on the public library to stock it. When you want something to read try this book. Now I must look for other books by Roger Deakin. 

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Love this book. I love that people live lives like he and his friends did really exploring the natural world wish I had neighbors like those in the bookks. Well I actually have and they have passed on...

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