APPALACHIA: SUMMER/FALL 2018

June 14, 2018

Appalachia Summer 2018

SUMMER/FALL 2018

IN THIS ISSUE: ROLE REVERSAL IN THE MOUNTAINS

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  • Care for the Caregiver: His mother had never backpacked; he took her to the Presidentials for her 60th birthday. Stephen Kurczy
  • Climbers as Humanitarians: Helping injured migrants in Mexico. Lisa Densmore Ballard
  • Continuing Adventures of Buffalo and Tough Cookie: Sometimes a family goes deeper than blood. Dan Szczesny
  • Emotional Rescue: A hiker becomes a benefactor as she follows a set of sneaker prints. Ty Gagne
  • The Resourceful Teen: A broken stove awakens ingenuity. Lisa Densmore Ballard
  • Problembär: Germany’s first bear in 170 years. Brendan Curtin
  • Sequoias and Redwoods in a Hotter World: When trees as high as 30-story buildings die “on their feet,” something’s wrong. Christopher Johnson
  • An Injury Changes the Story: Encounter with a baby stroller. Elissa Ely
  • The Last Gift: Months before a father’s tragic death, he encourages his son to seek challenges. Douglass P. Teschner
  • Early Logging in the Southern Maine Woods: The woods produced shoe blocks, spruce gum, and more. William Geller

IN EVERY ISSUE

  • Poems: by leading poets such as Robin Chapman, Mary Oliver, and Wally Swist
  • Accidents: Analysis of incidents in the White Mountains
  • Alpina: A review of international mountaineering expeditions
  • News and Notes
  • Book of Note

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Appalachia, America's longest-running journal of mountaineering and conservation, is a semiannual publication of the Appalachian Mountain Club.