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The essence of nature guiding is to travel gracefully rather than arrive
The trail compels you to know yourself and to be yourself, and puts you in harmony with the universe. It makes you glad to be living. It gives health, hope, and courage, and it extends that touch of nature which tends to make you kind.
The tracks and records in the snow which I read in passing made something of a daily newspaper for me. They told much of the news of the wilds.
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While the spoken word can travel faster, you can't take it home in your hand. Only the written word can be absorbed wholly at the convenience of the reader.
Kingman Brewster, Jr.
April 22, 1870
September 21, 1922
Enos Abijah Mills was an American naturalist, author and homesteader. He was the main figure behind the creation of Rocky Mountain National Park.
Wild life on the Rockies (1909)
The Adventures Of A Nature Guide (1920)
The spell of the Rockies (1911)
The Rocky Mountain wonderland (1915)
Watched by wild animals (1922)
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