Bicycling Beyond the Divide: Two Journeys Into the West (Outdoor Lives)

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"Bicycling beyond the Divide did what all great books do: it told me about me. In its tale of a journey made by two different men--both of them Daryl Farmer--this book offers us not only moving vistas and meaningful people, but also hope, that rarest of literary commodities these days. I didn 't want this to end." Bret Lott, author of Jewel "In this wise and funny book about biking our American West, Daryl Farmer journeys across miles and through memory to self-discovery, and it 's our good fortune to come along--without expending nearly so many calories." Gregory Martin, author of Mountain City

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On a journey begun twenty years earlier Daryl Farmer a twenty-year-old two-time college dropout did what lost men have so often done in this country: he headed west. Twenty years later and seventy pounds heavier with the yellowing journals from that transformative five-thousand-mile bicycle trek in his pack Farmer set out to retrace his path. This is his story of pursuing that distant summer and that distant dream of home where home is endless space a roof of big sky and a bed of dry earth.

Just as the years altered the man so too have they altered the West and Farmera's second journey affords a unique perspective on these changesa"as well as on what lasts. Whether caught in a Colorado snowstorm or braving a Yellowstone herd of bison kayaking with orcas in Puget Sound trading Ninja moves with a homeless man in San Francisco or getting the lowdown on aliens on Nevadaa's Extraterrestrial Highway Farmer charts a moving landscape of people and places. This is the West where the natural world and personal character are inextricably linked and where one mana's ride into the past and present takes us to the heart of that ever-evolving connection.

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