Trail Mix

Wit & Wisdom from the Outdoors

Book Description

Trail Mix: Wit & Wisdom from the Outdoors is a collection of quotes, poetry, and passages from classic books that provide outdoor inspiration to those in the woods, on the mountain, beside the water, or at home. Featured throughout the book is a pantheon of outdoor lovers, nature writers, and environmental conservationists, including John Muir, Henry David Thoreau, John Wesley Powell, George Perkins Marsh, and many more whose love and respect for the outdoors remains a model for today.

About Gaffner Garcia, Corinne

Corinne Gaffner Garcia has been a writer and editor for close to two decades. She has written extensively for national and regional publications on topics ranging from outdoor adventure (Women’s Adventure, Women’s Health, USA Today Travel, Northwest Travel, Via - AAA Magazine) to parenting (Parents, Fit Pregnancy), architecture and homes (Country Living, Martha Stewart Living), and general lifestyle (Marie Claire, Christian Science Monitor). She is currently the Editor in Chief for Big Sky Journal, a magazine that covers life in the Northern Rockies, and the Managing Editor for Western Art & Architecture magazine. Corinne lives in Bozeman, Montana.

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