Under the Stars: How America Fell in Love with Camping

Binding: Paperback
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ISBN: 9781250134974
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
Language: English
Page Count: 401
Size: 9.00" l x 5.64" w x 1.14"
Series: N/A

From the Sierras to the Adirondacks and the Everglades, Dan White travels the nation to experience firsthand - and sometimes face-first - how the American wilderness transformed from the devil's playground into a source of adventure, relaxation, and renewal.

Whether he's camping nude in cougar country, being attacked by wildlife while "glamping," or crashing a girls-only adventure for urban teens, White seeks to animate the evolution of outdoor recreation. In the process, he demonstrates how the likes of Emerson, Thoreau, Roosevelt, and Muir - along with visionaries such as "Adirondack" Murray, Horace Kephart, and Juliette Gordon Low - helped blaze a trail from transcendentalism to Leave No Trace.

Wide-ranging in research, enthusiasm, and geography, Under the Stars reveals a vast population of nature seekers and a country still in love with its wild places.

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