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Birds and Birders
Central America, Caribbeans
In the Backyard
John Muir Trail
South America Travel
Village to Village
Mountain N' Air Titles
A Night on the Ground A Day in the Open
This edition is officially out of print.
Some of the best essays ever written about the Range of Light.
The reader benefits from the many days Robinson chose to think and write about climbing, instead of actually doing it. For the many climbers, like me, who have not taken the time or had the clarity to articulate their thoughts and feelings about climbing, Robinson artfully distills them into words. —
Phil Powers, Climbing #161 June-August, 1996
Doug! . . . Ah! . . . I hated your book, but I bought it anyway. Would you please sign it? —
Warren Harding, March 19,1996 in Bishop, California during a signing party of the 1st edition.
Only a hand full of copies left
A Real Mountain Vagabond Hard at Work.
Paper, 6" x 9" paper, b&w, A Mountain N' Air Books publication, 1995
Now officially out of print
Doug Robinson recounts some of the history behind each essay, where it appeared, and what was happening at the time. There are anecdotes about Robinson's climbing partners and friends, people who are now legend in American climbing.
The Mountains of California
Lassoing the Sun
The Monkey Wrench Gang by Edward Abbey
What Would John Muir Say?
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First Wilderness: My Quest in the Territory of Alaska
Stories from the Dirt
An Explorer's Adventures IN TIBET
Walking with Ramona
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