10 Run The Rockies Trail Map and Elevation Profile Each trail run in this book is
accompanied by a Trail Map and Elevation Profile to help you find your way . The
maps describe terrain in terms of 200 foot contour intervals shown by the ...
Author: Steven Bragg
Publisher: The Mountaineers Books
Category: Sports & Recreation
A comprehensive reference guide to the Colorado Front Range for any level of trail runner. *Contains many of the best outings in the state from the Colorado Mountain Club, the outdoor experts in the Rockies for nearly a century*Full-color guidebook, plus fully GPS enabled*The latest in a new series from the Colorado Mountain Club: CMC's Classics
Moss and Foster, Home Run in the Rockies, 81. 31. Moss and Foster, Home Run
in the Rockies, 81. 32. Moss and Foster, Home Run in the Rockies, 82. 33. Moss
and Foster, Home Run in the Rockies, 83. 34. Moss and Foster, Home Run in ...
Author: Gerald C. Wood
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Though his pitching career lasted only a few seasons, Howard Ellsworth “Smoky Joe” Wood was one of the most dominating figures in baseball history—a man many consider the best baseball player who is not in the Hall of Fame. About his fastball, Hall of Fame pitcher Walter Johnson once said: “Listen, mister, no man alive can throw harder than Smoky Joe Wood.” Smoky Joe Wood chronicles the singular life befitting such a baseball legend. Wood got his start impersonating a female on the National Bloomer Girls team. A natural athlete, he pitched for the Boston Red Sox at eighteen, won twenty-one games and threw a no-hitter at twenty-one, and had a 34-5 record plus three wins in the 1912 World Series, for a 1.91 ERA, when he was just twenty-two. Then in 1913 Wood suffered devastating injuries to his right hand and shoulder that forced him to pitch in pain for two more years. After sitting out the 1916 season, he came back as a converted outfielder and played another five years for the Cleveland Indians before retiring to coach the Yale University baseball team. Joe's final reward for courageously enduring the eccentricities of his father, his sister's polio, the 1926–27 baseball scandal, and the loss of his beloved wife and a son was an honorary doctorate in 1985 from Yale and its president, Bart Giamatti. With details culled from interviews and family archives, this biography, the first of this rugged player of the Deadball Era, brings to life one of the genuine characters of baseball history.
CHAPTER THREE ABOUT THE ROCKIES he Rocky Mountains run in a gentle
curve from south to north . But there is nothing gentle about the Rockies . They
block the West Coast from the rest of North America . This mountain barrier
Author: Barbara A. Somervill
Publisher: Childs World Incorporated
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Introduces the geography, topography, and climate of the Rocky Mountains and describes the history and culture of the people who live in the mountains and the current problems that the region faces.
The Rockies had struck a blow , but Atlanta came back the next night , eliminating
the Rockies with a 10 – 4 victory . “ It ' s been quite a run , ” said a smiling Don
Baylor afterward . “ Atlanta is the better club , but our guys really played hard .
Author: Michael Welch
Publisher: Child's World
A history of the team that brought major league baseball to the mountain regions of America.
Author: Colorado Publishing Company ofPublish On: 1992-03
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Publisher: Colorado Publishing Company of Colorado
Category: Outdoor recreation
Destined to be a best selling travel guide! The mystique & beauty of the Rockies "lures" people from everywhere. And, our eye-catching cover will "reel" them in for a closer look! Consumers want & we deliver: *Dazzling Photography--over 100 color photographs. *Rocky Mountain REGION Information--includes CO, ID, MT, NM, UT & WY. Market surveys indicate a need for travel & recreation data about the ENTIRE region. Guidebook & coffee-table books are plentiful for each state but unavailable in either format for the region. It "marries" the two formats & delivers one beautiful, yet informative book. *User Friendly--Loaded with information; cross-referenced for easy accessibility. DISCOVER THE ROCKIES profiles over 150 Rocky Mountain towns, national parks & monuments; comprehensive listings of over 100 ski areas & over 400 golf courses; exciting adventures; annual events & festivals plus lodging choices from budget motel to five-star resort. *Maps --Numerous maps; including color Rand NcNally state road maps. MEETING MARKET TRENDS: Americans today spend their travel dollars at home & now you can tap into that growing travel market with the new DISCOVER THE ROCKIES. Special introductory retail price only $14.95. Order today! DISCOVER THE ROCKIES 1992-1993 TRAVEL AND RECREATION GUIDE. ISBN 0-9632304-0-9.
... so many lakes in the glacial lakes are as turquoise as Rockies , consist mostly
of the Caribbean , but to any who glacial run - off ; in Moraine ' s wish for the
bathtub warm case , from the Wenkchemna waters of south of the equator ,
Author: Lisa Christensen
Publisher: Fitzhenry & Whiteside
Category: Canadian Rockies (B.C. and Alta.)
"A Hiker's Guide to Art of the Canadian Rockies" is an invitation to look at art in a new way. Hiker and art historian Lisa Christensen takes the art off the gallery wall and presents it in the context of the magnificent locations that inspired its creation.With trail descriptions and history, interwoven with journal accounts of the artists' adventures, you can discover, or re-discover, the Canadian Rockies through their eyes. From Mount Robson to Mount Assiniboine, follow the footsteps of artists such as Walter J. Phillips, Carl Runggius, Illingworth Kerr, Lawren Harris, and Catharine Robb Whyte, who hiked, were inspired by, and painted the magnificent peaks, hidden gem-coloured lakes, and tranquil alpine meadows of some of the world's most magnificent scenery. Short-listed for the Grant MacEwan Literary Award
Condensate and water must meet certain specifications to effect the desired
emulsion properties . 2 . Run gamma ray correlation log from plug - back total
depth to 500 ft above top of formation . Correlate to density log . Run temperature
In summer , a direct ferry runs on Thursday to Bella Coola , a Tuesday circular run goes north to McLoughlin Bay and Shearwater before returning to Port Hardy
via Bella Coola , and a Saturday circular run goes to the above ports as well as ...
10 Wain street . and Denver City railway will run an exEntered at the post office in
Wort Worth as second - elass matter . cursion train to Decatur for the convenience
of those who will want to attend SUNDAY , APRIL 30 , 1882 . the sale of town ...
SITES then selected the run that best met the target goals with the least cost as
the "best” run for that set of ten. SITES also creates a summary file, which
indicates the number of times (out of the ten) that a particular planning unit was
Author: Brian Miller
World-renowned for their striking beauty and high mountain topography, the Southern Rockies are one of North America's gems. The Southern Rockies Ecoregion contains a diversity of life. From alpine tundra to ponderosa pine forests and sagebrush grasslands, over 500 vertebrate species find their home in the Southern Rockies as well as a rich variety of plants and invertebrates including over 270 species of butterflies and 5,200 species of moths. It is able to obtain this abundance partially because of its continuous stretches of wild, remote and undeveloped lands. And yet, this biodiversity is threatened, as are many wild places in North America, due to human expansion and development: native species have been extirpated; old growth forests logged, wild and powerful rivers dammed and polluted, and land degraded. The Southern Rockies Wildlands Network Vision calls for ecological restoration that is based on healing these ecological wounds: the Vision identifies these wounds to the land and then considers anthropogenic causes for each, addressing not only the symptoms and the disease, but also the root cause(s) of the illness. The injuries to the Southern Rockies that have been identified by the Vision include: * Loss and Decline of Native Species * Loss and Degradation of Terrestrial and Aquatic Ecosystems * Loss and Alteration of Natural Processes * Fragmentation of Wildlife Habitat * Invasion of Exotic Species * Pollution and Climate Change The current state of the Southern Rockies indicates that conservation planning and work is imperative. This Vision is a comprehensive look into that work, which is based in rewilding. It provides six goals and tangible implantation tactics relating to those goals in order to make the Vision a reality. These goals include protecting and recovering native species and their habitats, reducing pollution, controlling and removing exotic species, maintaining ecological and evolutionary processes and restoring landscape connectivity. The Vision is a prescription for the future. It recognizes that national parks, wilderness areas, and wildlife refuges have accomplished a great deal for nature. But over time, protected areas have been surrounded by roads and degraded landscapes. Now, the protected areas are too isolated to sustain viable populations of large animals, let alone many ecological and evolutionary processes. The Southern Rockies Wildlands Network Vision is a conservation blueprint and collaborative effort of the Southern Rockies Ecosystem Project, the Denver Zoo, and the Wildlands Project for the Southern Rockies of Colorado, Wyoming and New Mexico.
From this mountain ridge there are numerous streams on each side ; those on the
last [ east ] run east into the South Clear creek , the course of which is generally
northeast ; those on the west run northwest into Grand [ Colorado ] river , which ...
Author: Henry Raup Wagner
Category: Frontier and pioneer life
A new and important bibliographical addition to travel and adventure in the American West, this work expands on the basic reference work in the field, The Plains and the Rockies: A Critical Bibliography of Exploration, Adventure and Travel in the American West, 1800-1865, begun by Henry R. Wagner and continued by Charles L. Camp and Robert H. Becker. A direct but independent outgrowth of David A. White's 8-volume series, News of the Plains and Rockies, 1803-1865 (Spokane, Washington, 1996-2001), this bibliography contains accounts discovered during the series' development and production which fit the guidelines of Wagner-Camp and Becker, but that were not included in their listings. Wagner's basic bibliography expanded from 349 items to 700 from its first issue in 1920 to the Becker revision of 1982. This new work adds 120 items to the catalog. The additions proposed emphasize genuine travels, but also include a few historic armchair documents and one piece of fiction. Many are from government documents, some from magazine articles, and a few from the more important and early newspaper accounts. Some promotional tracts are added, as well. The names of those whose sources are listed include Ezekiel Williams (his pioneering journeys to Colorado), John Ball (his earliest printed account of Oregon settlers), William Walker (the 1833 letter that touched off the Oregon missionary movement), Virginia E.B. Reed (her account of the Donner Party, 1847), Julia Archibald Holmes (her letter on her 1858 ascent of Pike's Peak), Gov. James Douglas (his 1858-62 first reports of the Fraser River and Cariboo gold rushes), Theodore Judah (his 1860 defining document for the Central Pacific Railroad), Charles Farrar Browne (humorist Artemus Ward's 1864 travels among the Mormons), and Lucinda Eubank and Nancy Morton (their 1864-65 captivities). The Reprints: A sampling of 33 of the 120 additions to the bibliography, judged to be the more important or appealing, is reprinted here in the format adopted by the News of the Plains series, with detailed introductions by the editor. The items reprinted are the best of the shortest accounts. Many of these short items are also of the greatest historical interest, including the first good record of fur hunting in the Rocky Mountains, the first enunciation of the Great American Desert concept, the first government report on the Missouri fur trade, the first tribute to the explorations of Jedediah Smith, the first article on white women crossing the Rockies, the first notice of Whitman's famous winter ride, the first official Mormon confirmation of their intended Western haven, the first word on Aubry's record horseback ride, the first news of the Gunnison and Grattan massacres, and the first reports of American scientific explorations overland to Alaska. Though independent of the News of the Plains and Rockies series, this volume offers a fine conclusion to the eight volume set, and is designed to complement the series. The book contains an introduction, annotated bibliography, reprints, appendix listings and index, as well as facsimiles and illustrations. Printed on acid-free paper and bound in maroon linen cloth with foil stamped spine and front cover. Issued in an edition of 1000 copies.
... Camp on Snake river 10 Cedar point 8 Camp on Snake river 17 Up Snake river
8 miles above where the old road runs off in & S.W. direction to Fort Limhi 17
Leave Snake river , turn to the right to Market Lake 5 Kamas creek Run up Kamas
Author: David A. White
Publisher: Arthur H Clark
Category: Biography & Autobiography
For more than a century the history of the American Frontier, particularly the West, has been the speciality of the Arthur H. Clark Company. We publish new books, both interpretive and documentary, in small, high-quality editions for the collector, researcher, and library.
Sheep River , from Bluerock Creek to Sandy McNabb , southern Alberta 20 km ,
grade III - IV with class III - V + rapids The upper part of this low - volume run is
suitable for kayaks and expert canoeists , while the lower part is suitable for less
All you hear is 'thump, a- thump, thump,' and you don't know which way to run."
Walt worked as a training foreman at the smoke jumper base in Missoula, where I
'm heading next. He says the third or fourth jump is probably the hardest for a ...
Author: Scott Thybony
Publisher: National Geographic Society
Photographs and text depict the Rocky Mountains from the southern Rockies in New Mexico to the northernmost part of the range in British Columbia
Chapter 4 Unusual and Interesting Places in the Canadian Rockies So far we
have been dealing with geology of the ... Faults which run downward can also run upwards ; it finds these upward faults , and as it is under pressure , works its
While the Big Trees run to girth , and may be described as majestic , their “ poor
relations , " as Bret Harte unjustly described them , run to height , and may be
better described as graceful . The one “ expresses the rugged virility of manhood
man , the Hudson Bay Company offered to back to any amount to run a foot race
against any man , white or red , in Bridger ' s company , and they were not at all
slow to accept the challenge , and Little Blackfoot was selected as their champion