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About the author


Paul Scott Holloway is an avid outdoor enthusiast and member of The Explores Club. He has an unwavering passion for trail conservation and preservation. Though hiking and writing, the hope is others will discover the joys of the great outdoors and help protect these spaces for future generations. As I write this, I am now fifty years old, right in the middle of my life if I live to be one hundred, which I seriously doubt will happen, but with new breakthroughs, who knows...come on stem cells. The point is I wanted to do something special with my family and friends, something that they would remember forever. During the spring of 2014, I blew-out my left knee bowling, so instead of hiking that summer I decided to put my journal into book format, loaded with pictures and maps and other goodies...and so A Change In Direction was created. Life needs to include some adventure. This is mine.
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A Change in Direction
The Long Trail in Vermont
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A Change in Direction, a visually rich two year journal of The Long Trail in Vermont from 2012-2013. Hear different perspectives of the hike from father, son, family and friends all recounting the journey of a lifetime. Life needs to include some adventure. This was mine. 50% of all proceeds from this book go directly to The Green Mountain Club in Vermont.
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Description


A multifaceted two year journal of The Long Trail in Vermont from 2012-2013. Hear different perspectives of the hike from father, son, family and friends all recounting the journey of a lifetime. Life needs to include some adventure. This is mine captured in a visually rich four-color book filled with captivating photographs, maps and quotes of the hike. Written in a way that makes you feel like you are right there for each white blaze with all of us, during the ups and the downs of the hike. 50% of all proceeds from this book go directly to The Green Mountain Club in Vermont.
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Overview


A Change in Direction, a visually rich two year journal of The Long Trail in Vermont from 2012-2013. Hear different perspectives of the hike from father, son, family and friends all recounting the journey of a lifetime. Life needs to include some adventure. This was mine. 50% of all proceeds from this book go directly to The Green Mountain Club in Vermont.

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Description


A multifaceted two year journal of The Long Trail in Vermont from 2012-2013. Hear different perspectives of the hike from father, son, family and friends all recounting the journey of a lifetime. Life needs to include some adventure. This is mine captured in a visually rich four-color book filled with captivating photographs, maps and quotes of the hike. Written in a way that makes you feel like you are right there for each white blaze with all of us, during the ups and the downs of the hike. 50% of all proceeds from this book go directly to The Green Mountain Club in Vermont.

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Book details

Genre:TRAVEL

Subgenre:United States / Northeast / General

Language:English

Series title:A Change In Direction

Series Number:1

Pages:218

Format:Hardcover

eBook ISBN:9780692123980

Hardcover ISBN:9781543963649


Overview


A Change in Direction, a visually rich two year journal of The Long Trail in Vermont from 2012-2013. Hear different perspectives of the hike from father, son, family and friends all recounting the journey of a lifetime. Life needs to include some adventure. This was mine. 50% of all proceeds from this book go directly to The Green Mountain Club in Vermont.

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Description


A multifaceted two year journal of The Long Trail in Vermont from 2012-2013. Hear different perspectives of the hike from father, son, family and friends all recounting the journey of a lifetime. Life needs to include some adventure. This is mine captured in a visually rich four-color book filled with captivating photographs, maps and quotes of the hike. Written in a way that makes you feel like you are right there for each white blaze with all of us, during the ups and the downs of the hike. 50% of all proceeds from this book go directly to The Green Mountain Club in Vermont.

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About the author


Paul Scott Holloway is an avid outdoor enthusiast and member of The Explores Club. He has an unwavering passion for trail conservation and preservation. Though hiking and writing, the hope is others will discover the joys of the great outdoors and help protect these spaces for future generations. As I write this, I am now fifty years old, right in the middle of my life if I live to be one hundred, which I seriously doubt will happen, but with new breakthroughs, who knows...come on stem cells. The point is I wanted to do something special with my family and friends, something that they would remember forever. During the spring of 2014, I blew-out my left knee bowling, so instead of hiking that summer I decided to put my journal into book format, loaded with pictures and maps and other goodies...and so A Change In Direction was created. Life needs to include some adventure. This is mine.

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