Experience the pioneering works of John Muir, a profound nature writer and founder of the Sierra Club. In this 1994 essay, Muir details the sweeping and musical grandeur of wind at play amidst Sierra forests and the majesty of its trees. Alongside Muir, climb a 100-foot Douglas Fir as it bucks and sways amidst a storm, and experience a natural world left behind by over a century -- yet still as real and as tangible here today as it was, then.
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Hardcover. 6.7" l x 4.4" w x 0.3" h.