A ENTERTAINMENT IN FOREST

A ENTERTAINMENT IN FOREST

A ENTERTAINMENT IN FOREST

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A ENTERTAINMENT IN FOREST is The DaoistwszX0tcreation,The novel is mainly aboutA sign announced that this was no ordinary footpath but the celebratedAppalachian Trail. Running more than 2,100 miles along Americas easternseaboard, through the serene and beckoning Appalachian Mountains, the AT isthe granddaddy of long hikes. From Georgia to Maine, it wanders acrossfourteen states, through plump, comely hills whose very names—Blue Ridge,Smokies, Cumberlands, Green Mountains, White Mountains—seem aninvitation to amble. Who could say the words "Great Smoky Mountains" or"Shenandoah Valley" and not feel an urge, as the naturalist John Muir once putit, to "throw a loaf of bread and a pound of tea in an old sack and jump over theback fence"?And here it was, quite unexpectedly, meandering in a dangerously beguilingfashion through the pleasant New England community in which I had justsettled. It seemed such an extraordinary notion—that I could set off from homeand walk 1,800 miles through woods to Georgia, or turn the other way andclamber over the rough and stony Whit Read Novel

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A ENTERTAINMENT IN FOREST is The DaoistwszX0tcreation,The novel is mainly aboutA sign announced that this was no ordinary footpath but the celebratedAppalachian Trail. Running more than 2,100 miles along Americas easternseaboard, through the serene and beckoning Appalachian Mountains, the AT isthe granddaddy of long hikes. From Georgia to Maine, it wanders acrossfourteen states, through plump, comely hills whose very names—Blue Ridge,Smokies, Cumberlands, Green Mountains, White Mountains—seem aninvitation to amble. Who could say the words "Great Smoky Mountains" or"Shenandoah Valley" and not feel an urge, as the naturalist John Muir once putit, to "throw a loaf of bread and a pound of tea in an old sack and jump over theback fence"?And here it was, quite unexpectedly, meandering in a dangerously beguilingfashion through the pleasant New England community in which I had justsettled. It seemed such an extraordinary notion—that I could set off from homeand walk 1,800 miles through woods to Georgia, or turn the other way andclamber over the rough and stony Whit Read Novel

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