Up The Mountain Path

Author by : Marianne Dubuc
Languange : un
Publisher by : Princeton Architectural Press
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Description : Mrs. Badger, an avid collector and naturalist, takes a weekly journey up to Sugarloaf Peak, greeting her friends on the way and sharing her discoveries with them. One day she meets Lulu, a very small cat, who wants to go with her to the top of the mountain. On the way, Lulu learns to take care of the natural world, help those in need, and listen to her intuition. Rich in wisdom and beautifully illustrated, Up the Mountain Path offers a profound story full of lessons about love, generosity, and following one's heart.


The Mountain Path

Author by : Scott B. Leland
Languange : en
Publisher by : Lulu.com
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Description : The story unfolds of a modern day Siddhartha; though it is a fictional work, the feelings, experiences and revelations are autobiographical. It is a fascinating, moving and amusing journey of one man's profound search for truth.


Mountain Path

Author by : Harriette Simpson Arnow
Languange : en
Publisher by : MSU Press
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Description : Masterfully wrought and keenly observed, Mountain Path draws on Harriette Simpson Arnow’s experiences as a schoolteacher in downtrodden Pulaski County, Kentucky, deep in the heart of Appalachia, prior to WWII. Far from a quaint portrait of rural life, Arnow’s novel documents hardships, poverty, illiteracy, and struggles. She also recognizes a fragile cultural richness, one characterized by “those who like open fires, hounds, children, human talk and song instead of TV and radio, the wisdom of the old who had seen all of life from birth to death,” and which has since been eroded by the advent of highways and industry. In Mountain Path, Arnow exquisitely captures the voices, faces, and ways of a people she cared for deeply, and who evoked in her a deep respect and admiration.


Mountain Path

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Languange : en
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Mountain Path

Author by : Harriette Louisa Simpson Arnow
Languange : en
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Total Read : 12
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Description : Masterfully wrought and keenly observed, Mountain Path draws on Harriette Simpson Arnow's experiences as a schoolteacher in downtrodden Pulaski County, Kentucky, deep in the heart of Appalachia, prior to WWII. Far from a quaint portrait of rural life, Arnow's novel documents hardships, poverty, illiteracy, and struggles. She also recognizes a fragile cultural richness, one characterized by those who like open fires, hounds, children, human talk and song instead of TV and radio, the wisdom of the old who had seen all of life from birth to death, and which has since been eroded by the advent of highways and industry. In Mountain Path, Arnow exquisitely captures the voices, faces, and ways of a people she cared for deeply, and who evoked in her a deep respect and admiration.


Mountain Path

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Languange : un
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The Mountain Path

Author by : Paul Pritchard
Languange : un
Publisher by : Vertebrate Publishing
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Total Read : 43
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The Railing Of The Mountain Path Constructive Utopism

Author by : Falk Joensson
Languange : un
Publisher by : Lulu.com
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Description : Mankind has proven that it is able to make great progresses in science and technology. Now it is time to prove its ability for social progress alike.Starving children, wars, environmental pollution and destruction, the use of animals as material, the countless problems of the people even in the best situated regions of the globe - people could protest against all of that for generations, could demand reforms and help some randomly picked of the suffering directly, but all in all nothing would really change.Only a social transformation can solve all of these problems.- with 49 illustrations -Read the first 15 pages of the book


The A M C White Mountain Guide

Author by : Appalachian Mountain Club
Languange : en
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Time To Stand And Stare

Author by : Martin G. Lewis
Languange : un
Publisher by : FriesenPress
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Description : Part meditation, part travelogue, and part literary analysis, Time to Stand and Stare: Meditations on a Mountain Path, takes readers along on the author’s physical and metaphorical exploration of Wales and the Apostle’s Creed and the Beatitudes. Follow one man’s journey as he questions fundamental writings of his Christian faith. How can modern Christians apply ancient creeds and gospel writings to the finite time with which we live? One solution lies in answering the question, what did the writings mean to those who originally wrote and read them? A truly unique mixture of science, poetry, and faith, this book is a delightful read from the first line to the final one. The beginning pulls the reader in, asking them to journey with the author on his trek alone over the beautiful Welsh hills and valleys. These walks afford the reader the opportunity to meditate on the ways we can “admire and inspire” the beauty of nature and its relationship to our life journey.


The Mountain Path

Author by : Lily Watson
Languange : un
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Languange : en
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Total Read : 32
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Description : 本书讲述了以多字词目为主,力求较为全成地反映各学科领域的知识体系,既选收基本常用词语,又注重选收体现学科发展的新词、新语兼顾理论性、规范性和通俗性,使不同分类层面的词目主次得当、详略有别,以适应不同层次读者的不同需要等内容。


The Path

Author by : Rick Joyner
Languange : un
Publisher by : Destiny Image Pub
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Description : THE PATH is Book One in the Series Fire on the Mountain by Rick Joyner. The lion that is inside of you is greater than any lion. Written in the genre of The Final Quest trilogy, this is a prophetic allegory that goes deeper, further, and higher, illuminating some of the most important truths of our time.


The Mountain Path

Author by : J. M. Sutton
Languange : un
Publisher by : Trafford on Demand Pub
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Total Read : 39
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Description : Do you feel lost, or on the wrong path in your life? Do adversities feel like an uphill climb on a steep mountain? That is how Betty Jean Shaw feels as she struggles with obstacles on her life’s journey. After her divorce from Barry Shaw, an abusive alcoholic, Betty visits a counselor who enlightens her to a unique way to view life. Betty and her son Danny are encouraged by her childhood friend, Peggy Sanders, to pursue a new path. She becomes involved with Billy Larson, an unpredictable character who provides an escape for her; however, Danny has an intense dislike for Billy. After years of openly and discreetly seeing Billy she acknowledges life with him is like living on a rollercoaster. She meets and marries George Hazelton through an acquaintance service. George is a good man, an admirable stepfather for Danny, but she does not love him, which leads to a complicated, emotional life and a secret- a character defect she does not want fixed. After the death of her husband and only child, she seeks solitude in Arizona and New Zealand. Betty’s loneliness leads her to investigate Internet dating and explore different paths. Difficult and dangerous paths drive her to seek a peaceful meadow on her mountain in life and in the process she learns adversities provide opportunities.


Black S Guide To England And Wales

Author by : Black, (Adam and Charles) publishers, Edinburgh
Languange : en
Publisher by :
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Total Read : 25
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The Silent Power

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Languange : un
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Total Read : 61
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Tinnitus

Author by : Kevin Hogan
Languange : en
Publisher by :
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Total Read : 69
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Notebear

Author by : Sarah Bardino
Languange : un
Publisher by : Travel Notebook & Diary with A
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Description : Notebear journals contain 150 pages of alternate blank and lined pages. Great for recording your thoughts, doodles, art journaling, scrapbooking, and whatever else you can think of. Paste your photos and stickers or fill up the blank pages with your artwork. Record thoughts and notes in the lined pages 150 pages -- plenty of room for journaling and writing


The Mountain Path

Author by : D. C. Bowman
Languange : un
Publisher by : Createspace Independent Pub
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Total Read : 15
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Description : "Who is Ian Bergveg? He has no friends, no family, and cannot recall his past. The only clues in his possession are his briefcase and his apartment, although he has no memory of how he acquired either. Also in his is possession is his mysterious gift. It is a power of immense and unfathomable proportions; an ability he's barely begun to understand but which will soon lead him to question all he has come to know about the world around him. And soon the time will come for Ian to decide whether this power is truly a gift, or rather, a curse from which he cannot escape? As Ian searches for answers about his identity, his past, and his power, he soon comes to find that he is not alone. Ian is about to find himself torn between two factions intent on equally opposing paths. One leader intent on abolishing the use of their gift, the other who will see their gift used more than ever. As new friends and enemies are made, Ian will find that the path that leads to the truth is much more perilous than he ever imagined. As the path that leads to answers offers as much illusion as it does truth; a path in which perception does not always equal reality" -- Cover p. [4].


Walking The Beaches Of Ecuador

Author by : José-Germán Cárdenas
Languange : en
Publisher by :
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