Appalachia Journal

Appalachia Journal Archive: 2009

February 5, 2016

SUMMER/FALL 2009  appalachia-SF-2009

IN THIS ISSUE: OUR CARBON FOOTPRINT

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  • Parks or Parking Lots? Hikers should vote with their feet. Robert Manning
  • The White Mountains, by Train: Lower speeds, longer vacations. Andrew Riely
  • Leaving the Car at Home: A Connecticut couple travels by rail and bus to hike in New Haven. Scott MacKinnon
  • Early Highways in Peru: Retracing an ancient Incan trade route. Lisa Densmore
  • Looking Up: Climbing not to get away, but to go home. Sandy Stott
  • Return to the Mountain Ridge of Our Lives: Eight years after her husband died on Mount Lafayette, a writer returns to a place that was like an extension of her backyard. Laura Waterman
  • A Capital Experience on Capitol Peak: A father reverses roles with his son. Doug Teschner
  • Of the Mountain Wind: The crushing power of a constant companion above treeline. Bethann Weick
  • Mountain Voices: Rick Wilcox, Part II, On climbing Everest, loving the White Mountains, and money. Doug Mayer and Rebecca Oreskes
  • Icefall: Eyewitness account of a death in Tuckerman Ravine. Alfred and Margaret Ziegler
  • The Cardigan Chronicles—Build It, and They Will Come: Cardigan Reservation’s 75th Anniversary. Peter Bronski
  • 1.5 Score and 7,000 Routes Ago: Early climbing adventures in southeast New Hampshire. Todd Swain
  • Northeastern Alpine Ecosystems: Survivors or Victims of Climate Change? Kenneth Kimball

POETRY

  • Grapevine Francis Blessington
  • The Saints of April Todd Davis
  • The Trees Mary Oliver
  • Of Wading in Wetlands Mary Linton
  • In the White Mountains Kay Mullen
  • Sharp-shinned Hawk Wally Swist
  • North Branch of the Big Thompson River Sharon White
  • Tents Robin Chapman

IN EVERY ISSUE

  • The Long Way Home
  • Accidents
  • Alpina
  • News and Notes
  • Research
  • Books of Note
  • Letters
  • A Peak Ahead

AT ANY TIME


WINTER/SPRING 2009  appalachia-WS-2009

IN THIS ISSUE: WHAT ARE WE AFRAID OF?

  • Grizzly Fear: There is a difference between ignorance and wary respect for a creature of several reputations. Jeff Fair
  • Slamming Doors, Cries for Help: Skeptics and believers in the White Mountains encounter ghosts. Peggy Dillon
  • Alone with Wolves: Gudrun Pflueger believes that a buried instinct to handle predators saved her in a wilderness meadow. Christine Woodside
  • Fear of Falling: Who’s afraid of the Big Haute route? Catherine Buni
  • Japanese Caribou: Alone in the Alaska Range—in winter. Masato Shi Kuriaki
  • Climate Change at the Top: The winning essay of Waterman Fund contest. Kimberly Beal
  • Mountain Voices: Rick Wilcox, Himalayan veteran with a Yankee sensibility. Doug Mayer
  • It’s a Seasonal Life: Meditation on a caretaker year. A young woman watches her sense of the world shift from grand themes of difference and the exotic to a more subtle appreciation of the small. Sally Manikian
  • Skiing Mount Moosilauke: To the summit and back from his house in North Woodstock—a fourteen-hour day, satisfying and exotic. Geoff Wilson
  • Necklace of the Moon: Learning lessons on Cotopaxi, Ecuador’s mountain of fire and ice. Peter Bronski

POETRY

  • Snow Geese Wally Swist
  • End Of March Again Robin Chapman
  • If You Are Going To Take It Up Anyway, Listen James Doyle
  • Vox Balaenae David J. Rothman
  • Hawk, as Dusk Is Coming On Mary Oliver
  • Woods in September Kay Mullen
  • Bishop Falls Marcyn Del Clements

IN EVERY ISSUE

  • The Long Way Home
  • Accidents
  • Alpina
  • News and Notes
  • Research
  • Books of Note
  • Letters
  • A Peak Ahead

AT ANY TIME

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