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Adventures in the Rocky Mountains Inspired By Penguin S Innovative Great Ideas Series, Our New Great Journeys Series Presents The Most Incredible Tours, Voyages, Treks, Expeditions, And Travels Ever Written From Isabella Bird S Exaltation In The Dangers Of Grizzlies, Rattlesnakes, And Cowboys In The Rocky Mountains To Marco Polo S Mystified Reports Of A Giant Bird That Eats Elephants During His Voyage Along The Coasts Of India Each Beautifully Packaged Volume Offers A Way To See The World Anew, To Rediscover Great Civilizations And Legends, Vast Deserts And Unspoiled Mountain Ranges, Unusual Flora And Strange New Creatures, And Much.


About the Author: Isabella L. Bird

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10 thoughts on “Adventures in the Rocky Mountains

  1. says:

    To be alone in the Park from the afternoon till the last glory of the afterglow has faded, with no books but a Bible and Prayer book, is truly delightful. p 76 What No That sounds awful I cannot think of a worse time than being stuck anywhere with no books but t


  2. says:

    Isabella Bird was a woman in the late 1800s who was diagnosed with an ailment of the spine So her doctor sent her to Western America to take in some better air After climbing the world s largest volcano in Hawaii, she set out to explore the mountains of Colorado All this


  3. says:

    This collection of letters written by a badass lady traveling the untamed Rockies in 1873 is wonderful except of course the ugly language about native Americans.


  4. says:

    I ve always wanted to get lost in the wilderness of the Rockies, to experience the independent and self sufficient life and be witness to the mountains on mountains on the horizon, dark pines on their slopes, and an atmosphere of depth and purity Isabella Bird was a great writer, and her l


  5. says:

    Contnuing to work my way through this set of Penguin Great Journeys and stumbled on this gem Bird, clearly a most remarkable woman, at the age of 40 and after a long history of ill health and depression, in the year 1873, sets of to explore the wilderness of the Rocky Mountains, heading east from S


  6. says:

    I had a hard time finishing this book mostly because of the archaic and poetic style of overly descriptive writing of which sometimes I could only read 6 7 pages max a day but eventually the reading sort of grows with me from halfway through to the end The adventure revolved around plains, parks and mountai


  7. says:

    To travel the world alone is a no mean feat To do it in the nineteenth century male dominated society is sheet bravery This book is actually an abridged version of Isabella Bird s popular adventure book A lady s life in the Rocky mountains In this, her letters to her sister show that Bird was exceptionally intrepid


  8. says:

    Loved it Apart from comments about the natives this is a thoroughly entertaining read Infectious and enthusiastic.


  9. says:

    What a trail blazer I was under the impression Miss Bird ventured to Colorado to convalesce from a degenerative back illness, however, she makes no complaint or mention of recuperation in her intrepid and hellishly exciting account of her time in the heart of the Rockies So matter of fact, she seems to take the ruffians and outlaws,


  10. says:

    Considering this is an abridged version, why not cut out the awful racism It adds nothing to the main subject of the book Surely the editors could have worked around it It was such a dampener on otherwise beautifully written descriptions of a beautiful part of the world.


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