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River-Horse The Logbook of a Boat Across America

River-Horse The Logbook of a Boat Across America,0140298606,9780140298604


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Book Information

Publisher:Penguin Books
Published In:2001
Binding Type:Paperback
Weight:1.22 lbs
Pages:528 Pages

The Title "River-Horse The Logbook of a Boat Across America" is written by William Least Heat Moon. This book was published in the year 2001. The ISBN number 0140298606|9780140298604 is assigned to the Paperback version of this title. This book has total of pp. 528 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Penguin Books. We have about 107606 other great books from this publisher. River-Horse The Logbook of a Boat Across America is currently Available with us.

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About the Book

The author of Blue Highways and PrairyErth "takes us on a lifetime voyage full of imagery, Insight and appreciation." --Cleveland Plain Dealer
In his most ambitious journey ever, William Least Heat-Moon sets off aboard a small boat named Nikawa ("river horse" in Osage) from the Atlantic at New York Harbor in hopes of entering the Pacific near Astoria, Oregon. He and his companion, Pilotis, struggle to cover some 5,000 watery miles, often following in the wakes of our most famous explorers, from Henry Hudson to Lewis and Clark.

En route, the voyagers confront massive floods, dangerous weather, and their own doubts about whether they can complete the trip. But the hard days yield incomparable pleasures: generous strangers, landscapes untouched since Sacajawea saw them, riverscapes flowing with a lively past, and the growing belief that efforts to protect our lands and waters are beginning to pay off.

Teeming with humanity, humor, and high adventure, River-Horse is an unsentimental and original arteriogram of our nation at the millennium.