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Grandma Gatewood S Walk

Author: Ben Montgomery
Publisher: Chicago Review Press
ISBN: 1613747187
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Emma Gatewood told her family she was going on a walk and left her small Ohio hometown with a change of clothes and less than two hundred dollars. The next anybody heard from her, this genteel, farm-reared, 67-year-old great-grandmother had walked 800 miles along the 2,050-mile Appalachian Trail. By September 1955 she stood atop Maine's Mount Katahdin, sang "America, the Beautiful," and proclaimed, "I said I'll do it, and I've done it." Driven by a painful marriage, Grandma Gatewood, became the first woman to hike the entire Appalachian Trail alone, as well as the first person-man or woman-to walk it twice and three times. At age 71, she hiked the 2,000-mile Oregon Trail. Gatewood became a hiking celebrity, and appeared on TV with Groucho Marx and Art Linkletter. The public attention she brought to the trail was unprecedented. Her vocal criticism of the lousy, difficult stretches led to bolstered maintenance, and very likely saved the trail from extinction. Author Ben Montgomery interviewed surviving family members and hikers Gatewood met along the trail, unearthed historic newspaper and magazine articles, and was given unprecedented access to Gatewood's own diaries, trail journals, and correspondence. Grandma Gatewood's Walk shines a fresh light on one of America's most celebrated pedestrians. Ben Montgomery is a staff writer at the Tampa Bay Times and co-founder of the Auburn Chautauqua, a Southern writers' collective. He was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in 2010 and has won many other national writing awards. He lives in Florida.

Cases On Global Competencies For Educational Diplomacy In International Settings

Author: Bizzell, Brad E.
Publisher: IGI Global
ISBN: 1522534636
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Teaching abroad is one promising pathway to educational diplomacy and positive international relations. As opportunities to teach internationally increase, educators need to develop skills and cultural understandings that will prepare them for the challenges they may face in diverse cultures. Cases on Global Competencies for Educational Diplomacy in International Settings is a pivotal academic resource that explores the development of cultural competency, knowledge, skills, and dispositions critical for teaching abroad. Featuring anecdotal vignettes that illustrate competency on topics, such as adaptability, educational diplomacy, and cultural fluency in educational ventures, this book is geared towards school administrators, university professors, curriculum developers, and researchers interested in teaching and leading abroad.

Grandma Gatewood Hikes The Appalachian Trail

Author: Jennifer Thermes
Publisher: Abrams
ISBN: 1683352904
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Emma Gatewood’s life was far from easy. In rural Ohio, she managed a household of 11 kids alongside a less-than-supportive husband. One day, at age 67, she decided to go for a nice long walk . . . and ended up completing the Appalachian Trail. With just the clothes on her back and a pair of thin canvas sneakers on her feet, Grandma Gatewood hiked up ridges and down ravines. She braved angry storms and witnessed breathtaking sunrises. When things got particularly tough, she relied on the kindness of strangers or sheer luck to get her through the night. When the newspapers got wind of her amazing adventure, the whole country cheered her on to the end of her trek, which came just a few months after she set out. A story of true grit and girl power at any age, Grandma Gatewood proves that no peak is insurmountable.

Women Who Dared

Author: Linda Skeers
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.
ISBN: 1492653284
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Women have been doing amazing, daring, and dangerous things for years, but they're rarely mentioned in our history books as adventurers, daredevils, or rebels. This new compilation of brief biographies features women throughout history who have risked their lives for adventure—many of whom you may not know, but all of whom you'll WANT to know, such as: • Annie Edson Taylor, the first person who dared to go over Niagara Falls in a barrel • Valentina Tereshkova, the first woman who dared to fly in space • Helen Gibson, the first woman who dared to be a professional stunt person • And many more! This is the perfect read for anyone who wants to know what it means to explore, discover, play, climb, and fight like a girl!

The Best American Sports Writing 2016

Author: Rick Telander
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 0544618467
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For more than twenty-five years, The Best American Sports Writing has curated the year’s finest sports journalism. Continuing the tradition in a long line of notable guest editors is Rick Telander, acclaimed journalist, author, and champion of the written word. His choices are defined by one shared thread: effort, on the part of athletes and writers alike. The physical strength it takes to play professional hockey and football, or for a forty-two-year-old writer to learn how to dunk in six months. The mental and emotional toughness needed to turn around a losing team, or to speak out about a coach. The careful striving to make everything seem effortless. This edition encompasses it all. The Best American Sports Writing 2016 includes Don Van Natta Jr. and Seth Wickersham, L. Jon Wertheim and Ken Rodriguez, Mark Fainaru-Wada and Steve Fainaru, Brett Popplewell, Alexandra Starr, Wright Thompson and others RICK TELANDER is a Chicago Sun-Times senior sports columnist and the Basketball Evangelist for Slam magazine. He has also written for Sports Illustrated and ESPN: The Magazine, and has been featured seven times in The Best American Sports Writing. He is the author of eight books, including Heaven Is a Playground and From Red Ink to Roses. GLENN STOUT, series editor of The Best American Sports Writing since its inception, is the author of Young Woman and the Sea and Fenway 1912.

Ramble On

Author: Tom Hafer
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1543430635
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With only a backpack of worldly possessions, the distance hiker is acutely aware of need over want. Long and silent contemplation through unspoiled woods allows him to reconnect with the Creator, shedding fears, doubts, and anxieties while his ongoing physical efforts reduce his body weight, high blood pressure, borderline diabetes, and other chronic ailments and chemical dependencies. He steps with purpose. He is freed. With this newfound freedom, he allows himself to be open and vulnerable with others. A supportive community forms among hikers who are experiencing the same freedom. Ramble On finds our physical and spiritual center while hiking the Appalachian Trail. As a minister and a physical therapist for three decades, Tom Hafer has cultivated a unique approach to our health and wellness through synergizing the physical and the spiritual aspects of our lives. He is the author of six books: Faith & Fitness, Well Planet, Aging Grace, Soul Man, When You Pray, Move Your Feet, and Ramble On. He travels and speaks about ways to care for ourselves to better care for others. His website is www.tomhafer.com.

F Nf Millionen Schritte Vierzehn Bundesstaaten Ein Weg Der Appalachian Trail

Author: Manuela Pinggèra
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
ISBN: 3743124696
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Der amerikanische Klassiker unter den Weitwanderwegen - der Appalachian Trail - wird im vorliegenden zweiten Teilband Bundesstaat für Bundesstaat von Georgia nach Maine vorgestellt, wie er in der ebenso klassischen Wanderrichtung als Northbound, vom Süden in den Norden verläuft. Abgerundet wird der fast 3.500 Kilometer lange Trip durch einzelne Erfahrungsberichte und zahlreiche Photos vom Trail mit seiner vielfältigen landschaftlichen Einbettung.

Author: 이다혜
Publisher: 예담
ISBN: 8959135399
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익숙했던 모든 것들이 낯설어지기 위해 떠날 뿐이다 [씨네21] 이다혜 기자의 첫 여행에세이 떠올리는 것만으로도 마음이 달뜨는 순간들이 있다. 비행기표를 끊는 순간, 휴가계를 내는 순간, 비행기에서 와인 한 잔을 받아든 순간…. 뭔가 대단한 경험이나 자아 찾기를 할 수 있어서 여행을 탐닉하는 게 아니다. 그 어떤 것을 하더라도, 일단 집이 아닌 곳에 있다는 사실에 좀 견딜 수 있을 듯한 기분이 된다. 여행이란 예정대로 되지 않는 일들을 평소보다 조금 더 유연하고, 가볍고, 즐겁게 받아들이게 되는 과정이 아닐까. 이곳에서의 삶을 위한 떠나기. 지금 또다시 여행을 준비하는 이유.