More Readings From One Man?s Wilderness: The Journals of Richard L. Proenneke, 1974-1980 books –

More Readings From One Man?s Wilderness: The Journals of Richard L. Proenneke, 1974-1980 Richard L Proenneke A Modern Day Henry David Thoreau Built A Cabin In Twin Lakes, Alaska, During The Spring Of , Sparking Thirty Years Of Personal Growth In Which He Spent The Majority Of His Time Strengthening His Relationship With The Wilderness Around Him Following In The Footsteps Of One Man S Wilderness, A Classic Book Compiling Some Of The Mountain Man S Journals, More Readings From One Man S Wilderness Chronicles Proenneke S Experiences With Animals, The Elements, Park Visitors, And Observations He Made While Hiking In Lake Clark National Park And Preserve A Master Woodcraftsman, A Mechanical Genius, A Tireless Hiker With A Keen Eye, And A Journalist, Proenneke S Life At Twin Lakes Has Inspired Thousands Of Readers For Decades

5 thoughts on “More Readings From One Man?s Wilderness: The Journals of Richard L. Proenneke, 1974-1980

  1. David Griffin David Griffin says:

    I suppose my expectations were to get of Dick s philosophy or personal wonderings about life, but instead the book is basically exactly ramblings about his day to day activities observing animal sightings, getting supplies, and what s weird about it is you feel like you have to read it in exact order to get an idea of all the names he mentions Like, you can t just skip through it and read things otherwise you ll be asking you

  2. Mickey O'Neill Mickey O'Neill says:

    I just admire the man and the way he lived life that simple take on things If you liked anything else that he wrote you will probably like this one as much just keep in mind it s written as a journal that s why it has journals on the title , so a day by day entry of his normal everyday life activities Some people love it, some people hate it just know what you going for.If you haven t read anything Dick Proenneke yet, I suggest yo

  3. RT RT says:

    What I didn t realize was how big this book is Keep in mind that these are Dick s unedited journal entries about day to day life and do not read like an actual book As others have mentioned, the quality of the book itself is poor but the words are not blurry like the covers A must have for those who like reading about the life of this amazing man.

  4. Christopher Uting Christopher Uting says:

    Watched the tv series I think it was on PBS with my grandparents who absolutely loved it and told me about a book about his journey in Alaska So I decided I would buy it so I could read and they could read also I was not disappointed I loved the book Would highly recommend.

  5. Will Will says:

    I was very excited to get this book in the mail after reading The Early Years The Journals of Richard L Proenneke 1967 1973 My excitement quickly went away after seeing the EXTREMELY poor print quality of this book It is very blury, to the point of being distracting The back cover is not even readable, the pictures inside and out are of TERRIBLE QUALITY I have had the book in my hands for less than 5 minutes and am already processing the retu

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