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SofaKingSickInto Thin Air is a really good, accessible book about everest
You will love this book. I guarantee it.
OrganicMechanicHey Gang, I resurrected this old post to catch any readers and tell you about a book I wrote. I dug up old memories of skibumming Crested Butte back in the day and combined it with a thought I had for the perfect heist. So this isn't the product of some author attempting to crack into the skiing market, it's just a skier who tried to write a book I'd like to read and you might like it too. At the very least it might take you out of the summer heat and drop you into a midwinter powder day.
Check it out for free here https://www.inkitt.com/stories/adventure/229842?version=1
Buy the paperback or $2.99 ebook here http://www.lulu.com/shop/tim-reinholt/pow/paperback/product-23685720.html
or just check it out and like it here https://www.facebook.com/POWtheBook/?ref=profile_intro_card
Thanks, maybe I'll share a chair with you this season.
-skian-Just read this and it's actually dope man, good job. Sorry I didn't buy it and took the free version there. Kinda want to buy it now to support it. Great read.
toastIf you liked Ed Abbey, check out Beyond the Wall or The Journey Home - both a lot like Des Solitaire. If you like some brutal merciless wilderness fiction, try the borderlands (?) series by Cormac McCarthy, starting with All the Pretty Horses. That book will figuratively beat the shit out of you.
first_rodeoLove Paulson, I read this again on a train a few weeks ago. Along with "Caught by the Sea".
.SHAGGY.Who else had to read this for English class in elementary school?
WillgumRead this in middle school and it was the impetus for getting me stoked about nature and the outdoors.
iFlipThis book will inspire you to get out and do something really rad.