A Childs Walk in the Wilderness

A Childs Walk in the Wilderness Imagine AYear Old Boy Asking His Father If They Can Hike The Entire Length Of The , Mile Appalachian Trail Together Then Imagine That The Father Says Yes Now Think What Are They Getting Themselves Into For The Author Of This Deeply Felt Book, The Planned Hike Is An Opportunity To Bond With His Son And Be What He Calls Barbarians In Touch With Natural Processes Far From The Comforts Of Home It S Also A Chance For Nature To Do Some Healing In His Life, TooFor The Boy, It S A Once In A Lifetime AdventureThey Start In West Virginia And Head North, Through Cold And Wet Spring Weather, Carrying Only What They Need And Picking Up Resupply Boxes Along The Way The Boy Is Entranced By The Freedom, Asking Questions Nonstop And Pointing Out Every Interesting Bug, Bird, And Blossom They Pass But He S Also Stubborn, Sometimes Scared, And Occasionally Too Tired To Trudge OnDad Relishes Seeing The Natural World Through His Son S Eyes, But He Also Struggles With The Responsibility Of Keeping The Journey Going Forward By The Time They Reach Vermont, With Aching Feet And Frazzled Nerves, Their Plan To Take A Train To Georgia And Hike North To Where They Started Is In Serious JeopardyBut The Trail BeckonsClosely Observed, Wonderfully Described, And Bracingly Clear Eyed, This Inspiring Book Will Appeal To Nature Lovers And Would Be AT Hikers Alike It Offers A Vivid Evocation Of Both The Camaraderie And Dangers Of Trail Life As Well As The Difficulties Of Modern Child Rearing And The Powerful Lure Of An Untamed Natural World

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  • Hardcover
  • 224 pages
  • A Childs Walk in the Wilderness
  • Paul Molyneaux
  • English
  • 17 May 2017
  • 9780811711784

10 thoughts on “A Childs Walk in the Wilderness

  1. says:

    I received this book directly from the author, in exchange for writing a review But with a life long fascination with the Appalachian Trail AT I couldn t wait to read it.Paul Molyneaux, a middle aged father of two with a shaky marriage, decides to take his 8 year old son on a thru hike of the AT He is a fan of Benton MacKaye s writings about the trail and how nature restores our souls But he s as jaded as most cubicle working, middle aged adults, and he s searching for the meaning of his life.The two take trail names Paul Tecolate, Son Venado , shoulder their backpacks and head out Venado is thrilled by the freedom of the trail, and spends his time asking a million questions and examining insects, animal tracks and streams Tecolate frets about his marriage and job prospects, and worries about getting to their next food drop before they are hungry.Over the months on the trail, Tecolate starts to see the trail and the world through the unbiased and curious eyes of his son Even during the hardest parts of the trail endless rain, mosquitoes, vertical climbs, a vicious dog running loose, filthy shelters Venudo never loses his optimism Among a thousand hikers focused on making it from Stone Mountain Georgia to Katahdin, Venado is focused on the joy and beauty of the walk itself.It would be wonderful if every child had the opportunity to spend time on an adventure like this one But it would also benefit every adult to go on the adventure with the child and re learn how to really live.For anyone who enjoys reading about the AT, I highly recommend this book.

  2. says:

    I received this book directly from the author, in exchange for writing a review But with a life long fascination with the Appalachian Trail AT I couldn t wait to read it.Paul Molyneaux, a middle aged father of two with a shaky marriage, decides to take his 8 year old son on a thru hike of the AT He is a fan of Benton MacKaye s writings about the trail and how nature restores our souls But he s as jaded as most cubicle working, middle aged adults, and he s searching for the meaning of his life.The two take trail names Paul Tecolate, Son Venado , shoulder their backpacks and head out Venado is thrilled by the freedom of the trail, and spends his time asking a million questions and examining insects, animal tracks and streams Tecolate frets about his marriage and job prospects, and worries about getting to their next food drop before they are hungry.Over the months on the trail, Tecolate starts to see the trail and the world through the unbiased and curious eyes of his son Even during the hardest parts of the trail endless rain, mosquitoes, vertical climbs, a vicious dog running loose, filthy shelters Venudo never loses his optimism Among a thousand hikers focused on making it from Stone Mountain Georgia to Katahdin, Venado is focused on the joy and beauty of the walk itself.It would be wonderful if every child had the opportunity to spend time on an adventure like this one But it would also benefit every adult to go on the adventure with the child and re learn how to really live.For anyone who enjoys reading about the AT, I highly recommend this book.

  3. says:

    I received this book directly from the author, in exchange for writing a review But with a life long fascination with the Appalachian Trail AT I couldn t wait to read it.Paul Molyneaux, a middle aged father of two with a shaky marriage, decides to take his 8 year old son on a thru hike of the AT He is a fan of Benton MacKaye s writings about the trail and how nature restores our souls But he s as jaded as most cubicle working, middle aged adults, and he s searching for the meaning of his life.The two take trail names Paul Tecolate, Son Venado , shoulder their backpacks and head out Venado is thrilled by the freedom of the trail, and spends his time asking a million questions and examining insects, animal tracks and streams Tecolate frets about his marriage and job prospects, and worries about getting to their next food drop before they are hungry.Over the months on the trail, Tecolate starts to see the trail and the world through the unbiased and curious eyes of his son Even during the hardest parts of the trail endless rain, mosquitoes, vertical climbs, a vicious dog running loose, filthy shelters Venudo never loses his optimism Among a thousand hikers focused on making it from Stone Mountain Georgia to Katahdin, Venado is focused on the joy and beauty of the walk itself.It would be wonderful if every child had the opportunity to spend time on an adventure like this one But it would also benefit every adult to go on the adventure with the child and re learn how to really live.For anyone who enjoys reading about the AT, I highly recommend this book.

  4. says:

    I received this book directly from the author, in exchange for writing a review But with a life long fascination with the Appalachian Trail AT I couldn t wait to read it.Paul Molyneaux, a middle aged father of two with a shaky marriage, decides to take his 8 year old son on a thru hike of the AT He is a fan of Benton MacKaye s writings about the trail and how nature restores our souls But he s as jaded as most cubicle working, middle aged adults, and he s searching for the meaning of his life.The two take trail names Paul Tecolate, Son Venado , shoulder their backpacks and head out Venado is thrilled by the freedom of the trail, and spends his time asking a million questions and examining insects, animal tracks and streams Tecolate frets about his marriage and job prospects, and worries about getting to their next food drop before they are hungry.Over the months on the trail, Tecolate starts to see the trail and the world through the unbiased and curious eyes of his son Even during the hardest parts of the trail endless rain, mosquitoes, vertical climbs, a vicious dog running loose, filthy shelters Venudo never loses his optimism Among a thousand hikers focused on making it from Stone Mountain Georgia to Katahdin, Venado is focused on the joy and beauty of the walk itself.It would be wonderful if every child had the opportunity to spend time on an adventure like this one But it would also benefit every adult to go on the adventure with the child and re learn how to really live.For anyone who enjoys reading about the AT, I highly recommend this book.

  5. says:

    I received this book directly from the author, in exchange for writing a review But with a life long fascination with the Appalachian Trail AT I couldn t wait to read it.Paul Molyneaux, a middle aged father of two with a shaky marriage, decides to take his 8 year old son on a thru hike of the AT He is a fan of Benton MacKaye s writings about the trail and how nature restores our souls But he s as jaded as most cubicle working, middle aged adults, and he s searching for the meaning of his life.The two take trail names Paul Tecolate, Son Venado , shoulder their backpacks and head out Venado is thrilled by the freedom of the trail, and spends his time asking a million questions and examining insects, animal tracks and streams Tecolate frets about his marriage and job prospects, and worries about getting to their next food drop before they are hungry.Over the months on the trail, Tecolate starts to see the trail and the world through the unbiased and curious eyes of his son Even during the hardest parts of the trail endless rain, mosquitoes, vertical climbs, a vicious dog running loose, filthy shelters Venudo never loses his optimism Among a thousand hikers focused on making it from Stone Mountain Georgia to Katahdin, Venado is focused on the joy and beauty of the walk itself.It would be wonderful if every child had the opportunity to spend time on an adventure like this one But it would also benefit every adult to go on the adventure with the child and re learn how to really live.For anyone who enjoys reading about the AT, I highly recommend this book.

  6. says:

    I received this book directly from the author, in exchange for writing a review But with a life long fascination with the Appalachian Trail AT I couldn t wait to read it.Paul Molyneaux, a middle aged father of two with a shaky marriage, decides to take his 8 year old son on a thru hike of the AT He is a fan of Benton MacKaye s writings about the trail and how nature restores our souls But he s as jaded as most cubicle working, middle aged adults, and he s searching for the meaning of his life.The two take trail names Paul Tecolate, Son Venado , shoulder their backpacks and head out Venado is thrilled by the freedom of the trail, and spends his time asking a million questions and examining insects, animal tracks and streams Tecolate frets about his marriage and job prospects, and worries about getting to their next food drop before they are hungry.Over the months on the trail, Tecolate starts to see the trail and the world through the unbiased and curious eyes of his son Even during the hardest parts of the trail endless rain, mosquitoes, vertical climbs, a vicious dog running loose, filthy shelters Venudo never loses his optimism Among a thousand hikers focused on making it from Stone Mountain Georgia to Katahdin, Venado is focused on the joy and beauty of the walk itself.It would be wonderful if every child had the opportunity to spend time on an adventure like this one But it would also benefit every adult to go on the adventure with the child and re learn how to really live.For anyone who enjoys reading about the AT, I highly recommend this book.

  7. says:

    I received this book directly from the author, in exchange for writing a review But with a life long fascination with the Appalachian Trail AT I couldn t wait to read it.Paul Molyneaux, a middle aged father of two with a shaky marriage, decides to take his 8 year old son on a thru hike of the AT He is a fan of Benton MacKaye s writings about the trail and how nature restores our souls But he s as jaded as most cubicle working, middle aged adults, and he s searching for the meaning of his life.The two take trail names Paul Tecolate, Son Venado , shoulder their backpacks and head out Venado is thrilled by the freedom of the trail, and spends his time asking a million questions and examining insects, animal tracks and streams Tecolate frets about his marriage and job prospects, and worries about getting to their next food drop before they are hungry.Over the months on the trail, Tecolate starts to see the trail and the world through the unbiased and curious eyes of his son Even during the hardest parts of the trail endless rain, mosquitoes, vertical climbs, a vicious dog running loose, filthy shelters Venudo never loses his optimism Among a thousand hikers focused on making it from Stone Mountain Georgia to Katahdin, Venado is focused on the joy and beauty of the walk itself.It would be wonderful if every child had the opportunity to spend time on an adventure like this one But it would also benefit every adult to go on the adventure with the child and re learn how to really live.For anyone who enjoys reading about the AT, I highly recommend this book.

  8. says:

    I received this book directly from the author, in exchange for writing a review But with a life long fascination with the Appalachian Trail AT I couldn t wait to read it.Paul Molyneaux, a middle aged father of two with a shaky marriage, decides to take his 8 year old son on a thru hike of the AT He is a fan of Benton MacKaye s writings about the trail and how nature restores our souls But he s as jaded as most cubicle working, middle aged adults, and he s searching for the meaning of his life.The two take trail names Paul Tecolate, Son Venado , shoulder their backpacks and head out Venado is thrilled by the freedom of the trail, and spends his time asking a million questions and examining insects, animal tracks and streams Tecolate frets about his marriage and job prospects, and worries about getting to their next food drop before they are hungry.Over the months on the trail, Tecolate starts to see the trail and the world through the unbiased and curious eyes of his son Even during the hardest parts of the trail endless rain, mosquitoes, vertical climbs, a vicious dog running loose, filthy shelters Venudo never loses his optimism Among a thousand hikers focused on making it from Stone Mountain Georgia to Katahdin, Venado is focused on the joy and beauty of the walk itself.It would be wonderful if every child had the opportunity to spend time on an adventure like this one But it would also benefit every adult to go on the adventure with the child and re learn how to really live.For anyone who enjoys reading about the AT, I highly recommend this book.

  9. says:

    I received this book directly from the author, in exchange for writing a review But with a life long fascination with the Appalachian Trail AT I couldn t wait to read it.Paul Molyneaux, a middle aged father of two with a shaky marriage, decides to take his 8 year old son on a thru hike of the AT He is a fan of Benton MacKaye s writings about the trail and how nature restores our souls But he s as jaded as most cubicle working, middle aged adults, and he s searching for the meaning of his life.The two take trail names Paul Tecolate, Son Venado , shoulder their backpacks and head out Venado is thrilled by the freedom of the trail, and spends his time asking a million questions and examining insects, animal tracks and streams Tecolate frets about his marriage and job prospects, and worries about getting to their next food drop before they are hungry.Over the months on the trail, Tecolate starts to see the trail and the world through the unbiased and curious eyes of his son Even during the hardest parts of the trail endless rain, mosquitoes, vertical climbs, a vicious dog running loose, filthy shelters Venudo never loses his optimism Among a thousand hikers focused on making it from Stone Mountain Georgia to Katahdin, Venado is focused on the joy and beauty of the walk itself.It would be wonderful if every child had the opportunity to spend time on an adventure like this one But it would also benefit every adult to go on the adventure with the child and re learn how to really live.For anyone who enjoys reading about the AT, I highly recommend this book.

  10. says:

    I received this book directly from the author, in exchange for writing a review But with a life long fascination with the Appalachian Trail AT I couldn t wait to read it.Paul Molyneaux, a middle aged father of two with a shaky marriage, decides to take his 8 year old son on a thru hike of the AT He is a fan of Benton MacKaye s writings about the trail and how nature restores our souls But he s as jaded as most cubicle working, middle aged adults, and he s searching for the meaning of his life.The two take trail names Paul Tecolate, Son Venado , shoulder their backpacks and head out Venado is thrilled by the freedom of the trail, and spends his time asking a million questions and examining insects, animal tracks and streams Tecolate frets about his marriage and job prospects, and worries about getting to their next food drop before they are hungry.Over the months on the trail, Tecolate starts to see the trail and the world through the unbiased and curious eyes of his son Even during the hardest parts of the trail endless rain, mosquitoes, vertical climbs, a vicious dog running loose, filthy shelters Venudo never loses his optimism Among a thousand hikers focused on making it from Stone Mountain Georgia to Katahdin, Venado is focused on the joy and beauty of the walk itself.It would be wonderful if every child had the opportunity to spend time on an adventure like this one But it would also benefit every adult to go on the adventure with the child and re learn how to really live.For anyone who enjoys reading about the AT, I highly recommend this book.

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