4 edition of Walking the trail found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 353.
|Statement||by Jerry Ellis|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||353|
|LC Control Number||92043588|
In late summer of , Ellis, an unsuccessful Hollywood screenwriter suffering from midlife blues, set out to walk in reverse the mile Trail of Tears traversed in by Cherokee Indians being h. : WALKING THE TRAIL () by Ellis, Jerry and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5().
Stay on trail, and if lost, hug a tree. If searchers were looking for you, you’d want to be on trail. It limits the search area and makes you easier to find. Being lost or injured is exponentially more problematic if you’re off-trail and in the middle of nowhere. Remember, . Thru-hiking the Appalachian Trail is one of the most adventurous things you can do in the U.S. It is an arduous but rewarding journey that will lead you across 14 different states. The trail spreads between Mount Katahdin, Maine and Springer Mountain, Georgia. Usually, it takes people around 6 months to finish it.
A moving account of one man's spiritual journey along the Cherokee Trail of Tears. Initially searching for his Native American roots, Ellis spent two months walking some miles along lonely roads, through small towns, and among Range: $ - $ According to the Appalachian Trail Conservancy, over hikers walked the entire trail in Walking the entire trail in one year is referred to as a thru-hike. Only about 20% of those who set out to do a thru-hike will finish. Located in the Eastern United States, the Appalachian Mountains are the oldest mountain range in North America.
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This book is rich with both human and spiritual experiences, the line between the two often blurring. Most of the people Mr. Ellis met along the Cherokee Trail of Tears were average people, often with extraordinary stories relating to the Trail.
All were curious about and supportive of his by: 5. Walking the Trail: One Man's Journey Along the Cherokee Trail of Tears by Jerry Ellis (Delacourte Press ) (). Author Jerry Ellis, a Cherokee, retraced the Trail of Tears walked by Walking the trail book ancestors in from North Carolina and Georgia to Oklahoma.
This is the story of what he found and what he learned/5. Walking the Appalachian Trail Paperback – October 1, by Larry Luxenberg (Author)Cited by: 1. The Paperback of the Walking the Trail: One Man's Journey along the Cherokee Trail of Tears by Jerry Ellis at Barnes & Noble.
FREE Shipping on Brand: UNP - Bison Books. Walking the Trail, One Man's Journey Along the Cherokee Trail of Tears [Kindle Edition] is more than a historical journey. It's a spiritual journey so well written that you feel you are walking beside Mr. Ellis as he relives this painful time in the history of American people, and discovers himself along the by: 5.
From the wistful Texan who recounts the story of his abuse-ridden boyhood, to the Charles Manson look-alike charging along the road with a rock clutched in his fist, to the confused but nubile young member of a Missouri religious cult Walking the trail book whom Ellis falls briefly in lust—these are the inheritors of the Trail's violent legacy, and a stranger collection of people couldn't be : Jerry Ellis.
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Larry Luxenberg. avg rating — ratings. score:and 4 people voted. The Trail is definitely by far my favorite nonfiction book out there no matter what. It's about a kid that has a bucket list he wants to finish before school with his best friend.
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Arguably one of the most well-known books about the Appalachian Trail, “A Walk in the Woods” follows author Bill Bryson on his very poor but humorous attempt to complete a thru hike. While this is not the most authentic depiction of what trail life is. If there’s something that rivals my love for hiking, it’s my love for books & reading.
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