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The Mountain Story

The Mountain Story Author Lori Lansens
ISBN-10 9781471138027
Release 2015-05-07
Pages 400
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'Lori Lansens has created a heart-pounder of a book that is every bit as much of an emotional roller-coaster as an adventurous one. Filled with richly drawn characters, unexpected twists, and gritty details about survival, you'll want to read this right now' Jodi Picoult On the anniversary of the day his best friend, Byrd, had a tragic accident on the mountain which had been the boys' paradise and escape, Wolf Truly reaches for the summit again with the intention of not coming home. But Wolf meets three women in the cable car on the way up from Palm Springs and finds himself agreeing to help them get to a mountain lake. As the weather suddenly deteriorates, the group is stranded on a lethal ridge as the lights of the city twinkle below, so close and yet so terrifyingly far away. Those who will survive the ordeal will do so through a mixture of bravery, determination and self-revelation.



The Monkey Mountain Story

The Monkey Mountain Story Author Michael White
ISBN-10 9781481716079
Release 2013-03
Pages 91
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The Monkey Mountain story started in a Canadian community health centre. Over the past ten years, it has been successfully introduced to groups attending community health and recreational centres and in retirement and nursing homes, in diabetes and mental health programs. Presentations at community college activation programs and at the Toronto Island Sunshine Center have resulted in Monkey Mountain being taken to many settings. Tai Chi has real benefits for all ages. But especially as we get older, we can lose the ability or confidence to walk and move about easily. That loss can be the result of physical changes or simply because of life factors such as our constant use of chairs. Consider falls alone. A serious fall in later years is often the event that may begin the loss of independence. People who do Tai Chi and who do the Monkey Mountain story really do improve their balance and flexibility. They avoid or recover from near falls. They gain or regain their ability to walk or to enjoy exercise. Being able to move about with confidence encourages socialization and adds to the enjoyment of living. There is also a calming logic to the moves of Tai Chi and the Monkey Mountain story. The concentration required to learn and play the moves clears the mind and relieves stress. Tai Chi is sometimes called a moving meditation.



CTLS The Mountain Story

CTLS  The Mountain Story Author Lori Lansens
ISBN-10 OCLC:1019861160
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Disaster in the Mountains

Disaster in the Mountains Author Tim O'Shei
ISBN-10 0736867783
Release 2007-01-01
Pages 32
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"Describes how mountain climber Colby Coombs survived an avalanche in the Alaskan mountains"--Provided by publisher.



Frenchmans Cap

Frenchmans Cap Author Simon Kleinig
ISBN-10 9781922120052
Release 2012
Pages 290
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Frenchmans Cap - one of the world's great wilderness destinations - comes vividly to life in this collection of stories which define the mountain's journey from its geological genesis through colonial times to the modern era. Along the way, a colourful procession of personalities join in: escaping convicts and bushrangers, explorers and gold fossickers, miners and paners. More recently, this towering quartzite peak has increasingly attracted photographers, rock climbers and bushwalkers. It has been a journey often accompanied by struggle and controversy, as protesters and nature lovers from all over the world fought to preserve this unique wilderness for future generations. A well known feature to the Tasmanian Aboriginal people, Frenchmans Cap continues to both challenge and inspire today.



Thunder Rolling Down the Mountain

Thunder Rolling Down the Mountain Author Agnieszka Biskup
ISBN-10 9781429662703
Release 2011-01-01
Pages 32
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"In graphic novel format, explores the battles and hardships faced by Chief Joseph and the Nez Perce when they were forced to leave their homelands"--Provided by publisher.



Run to the Mountain

Run to the Mountain Author Thomas Merton
ISBN-10 9780061753411
Release 2009-10-13
Pages 512
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When Thomas Merton died accidentally in Bangkok in 1968, the beloved Trappist monk's will specified that his personal diaries not be published for 25 years -- presumably because they contained his uncensored thoughts and feelings. Now, a quarter of a century has passed since Merton's death, and the journals are the last major piece of writing to appear by the 20th century's most important spiritual writer. The first of seven volumes, Run to the Mountain offers an intimate glimpse at the inner life of a young, pre-monastic Merton. Here readers will witness the insatiably curious graduate student in New York's Greenwich Village give way to the tentative spiritual seeker and brilliant writer. Merton playfully lists everything from his favorite lines of poetry and songs to the things he most loves and hates. Thomas Merton was an inveterate diarist; his journals offer a complete and candid look at the rich transformations of his adult life. As Brother Patrick Hart, general editor of the series notes, "Perhaps his best writing can be found in the journals, where he was expressing what was deepest in his heart with no thought of censorship. With their publication we will have as complete a picture of Thomas Merton as we can hope to have."



Walter and Lisette A Mountain Story

Walter and Lisette  A Mountain Story Author Mrs. Mary Elizabeth TOWNSEND
ISBN-10 OCLC:504391447
Release 1893
Pages 80
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Sunset on the Mountain

Sunset on the Mountain Author Selena C. Maxie
ISBN-10 9781973604303
Release 2017-12-06
Pages 124
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Sunset on the Mountain is a heartwarming and inspiring story of two people whose lives cross in a way that only God can author. In the midst of tremendous danger, two people struggle to rediscover their God-appointed paths while finding love, forgiveness, and Gods amazing grace. If you enjoy a heartwarming story of godly love, you will enjoy Sunset on the Mountain. The story challenges the reader throughout the book to try to deduce who the villain might be. Selenas true-to-life characters take you on an emotional journey as they seek Gods will for their lives. You will experience their sorrows and victories. Readers are able to identify with the struggles and the courage necessary in trusting the Lord. If you enjoy a story that keeps you guessing and then delivers an unexpected surprise, Sunset on the Mountain, the first book from Selena C. Maxie succeeds, and it will leave you wanting more works from this author.



Keeper of the Mountains

Keeper of the Mountains Author Bernadette McDonald
ISBN-10 9781927330166
Release 2012-10-15
Pages 256
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Beginning in 1946, Elizabeth Hawley worked for Fortune magazine as a researcher. Shortly thereafter, she left both her job and the United States itself to travel the world, and thus began her lifelong attraction to the exotic and remote sovereign state of Nepal. In the years that followed, she began reporting on the political and cultural events taking place in her adopted homeland for the likes of Reuters and Time Inc., letting the world in on the strange community of mountaineers, pilgrims and politicians who were descending on Kathmandu, whether in search of adventure, enlightenment or prestige. Despite the fact that Elizabeth Hawley has never climbed a mountain or visited the hallowed grounds of Everest base camp, she has become the most important record keeper and inspirational authority figure regarding the expeditions, stories, feats, scandals and disasters in the Nepal Himalaya. Now 90 years of age, she has commanded the respect of such legendary personalities as Edmund Hillary, Reinhold Messner, Chris Bonington, Tomaž Humar and Ed Viesturs. With production under way on a film examining her life and legacy, it is likely that Hawley will continue to hold a special place in the hearts and minds of all visitors looking to experience the legend and grandeur of the world’s most celebrated mountain landscape.



An Honorable Man upon the Mountain Short Story

An Honorable Man upon the Mountain  Short Story Author Stephen Measure
ISBN-10 9781940778112
Release 2014-02-21
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Tolan must rescue his sisters from the shades who slaughtered his family, but he cannot save them without first finding an honorable man upon the mountain. A story from The Unshut World. Part of The Ridge of Earth Collection. (~10000 words)



The Story of the Mountain Eggs

The Story of the Mountain Eggs Author Sarah Manning
ISBN-10 9781446163047
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Speak to the Mountain The Tommie Waites Story

Speak to the Mountain  The Tommie Waites Story Author Dr. Bessie W. Blake
ISBN-10 9781545722367
Release 2018-03-21
Pages 288
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Dr. Bessie W. Blake, a widely known and respected educator, is an adjunct professor of English at LaGuardia Community College in Queens, New York, and a recognized expert on adult learning. Her lecture tours have carried her to every corner of the United States and abroad to countries like England, Scotland and Senegal. Until two years ago, she served as the Academic Dean of the College of New Rochelle’s School of New Resources. During her tenure as Dean, she established the Rosa Parks Campus in Harlem and the Gordon Parks Gallery in the South Bronx. In addition, Dr. Blake has done extensive work with historically Black colleges. Her service on Boards of Directors include the Council for Adult and Experiential Learning, the National League of Nursing Board of baccalaureate and Higher Degree Programs and The Rosa and Raymond Institute for Self-Development. Dr. Blake’s formal education began in a one-room schoolhouse in east Texas and continued with her graduation from Booker T. Washington High School in Shreveport, Louisiana. She received her foundation in literature from two historically Black colleges: the Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from Southern University and the Master of Arts in American Literature from North Carolina Central University. A Doctorate of Education focused on writing and the composing process from Columbia University’s Teachers College was followed by a postdoctoral Certificate of Lifelong Learning from Harvard University. She says, “More powerful than the educational influences in my life was the impact of my mother, Tommie Waites. Her resilience in the face of adversity was a road map for my success.” Dr. Blake resides in Queens, NY with her husband, Prof. James Blake. They are the proud parents of four children and six grandchildren.



The True Story of Cut Hand the Mountain Man

The True Story of Cut Hand the Mountain Man Author Joseph J. Millard
ISBN-10 9781479404780
Release 2014-11-25
Pages 192
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The true story of Richens Lacy "Cut-Hand" Wootton, mountain man, pioneer, explorer, and trader who helped open the American West. Dick Wootton was "two hundred pounds of hard muscle with a wild shock of bristling hair to match" when in 1836 he set out from Kentucky for the far west. He lived to become one of the greatest of all those who helped tame a savage and unknown land. In childhood when playing with an axe, Dick lost two fingers and was always called "Cut-Hand" by the Native Americans. They knew him as a white man whose word to them was never broken. As a trapper, explorer, buffalo hunter, Indian fighter, and scout, he lived enough adventures for a dozen ordinary men. But he went on to drive a flock of 9,000 sheep over 1,600 miles of desert and mountains to the California gold fields, outwitting Native Americans and bandits on the way, and made a fortune from the venture. With the Colorado gold strike, Dick opened the first store and hotel in Denver, then founded the town of Pueblo. His last great exploit was to blast open the 50-mile Raton Pass between New Mexico and Colorado to establish the first toll road in the west. He lived there until his death in 1893, watching a growing nation surge westward over the trails he had carved out from the wilderness.



At the Mountain of God

At the Mountain of God Author R. W. L. Moberly
ISBN-10 9780567285157
Release 1983-04-01
Pages 258
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An introduction on appropriate methods of handling a narrative text leads into an exegesis of Exodus 32-34 in which it is argued that there is a deeper literary and theological coherence in these chapters than has been generally appreciated. There appears a striking account of Israel's relationship with God and the role of Moses within this. The exegesis promotes a discussion of the genre and purpose of Exodus 32-34 and also a preliminary reassessment of the possible growth and development of the material. As a result of the study both the distinctiveness and also the theological importance of Exodus 32-34 within the Moses tradition are set in a new light.



Story Of Tra uth The Old Man On The Mountain

Story Of Tra uth   The Old Man On The Mountain Author
ISBN-10 9781604617078
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Story Of Tra-uth & The Old Man On The Mountain is another great tale exploring the benefits of going into the unknown and the knowledge we gain by doing so, a great moral with imaginative storytelling. Derrick Fludds illustrations are playful and colorful. This work is from the Moral Series the first series produced by Tales & Stories.com designed to teach children moral structure and create independent thinking.



The wild ram of the mountain

The wild ram of the mountain Author Jermy Benton Wight
ISBN-10 WISC:89073132979
Release 1996-10-01
Pages 521
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