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Thinking Out Loud through the American West
by Pete Sinclair
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After a lifetime's active and respectful engagement with wilderness, Pete Sinclair has emerged as a profound and provocative voice for its defense.
1999, paper, 6" x 9" b&w, 200 pages
Emeritus English professor from Evergreen State College in Washington, he has retired from classroom teaching. He was the ranger-in-charge of mountain rescue in Grand Teton National Park and then founding chief guide of Jackson Hole Mountain Guides in the 60s, a recipeint of the Department of Interior Valor Award.
After listening thoughtfully for so long to the human and biotic cultures of the American West, Sinclair, in this book, joins John Muir, David Brower and Michael Cohen as mountaineer, critic and advocate thinking aloud about our treatment of these landscapes and their wild communities. —Terry Gifford, Director, the International festival of Mountaineering Literature, Editor of "John Muir: the Eight Wilderness-Discovery Books" and "John Muir: His Life and Letters and Other Writings."
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