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Stepping Westward: The Long Search for Home in the Pacific Northwest

Stepping Westward The Long Search for Home in the Pacific Northwest A remarkable memoir and compelling work of natural history that captures the reality and dreams of the Pacific Northwest Award winning author Tisdale explores the grand longed for land that her ancest

  • Title: Stepping Westward: The Long Search for Home in the Pacific Northwest
  • Author: Sallie Tisdale
  • ISBN: 9780060975104
  • Page: 500
  • Format: Paperback
  • A remarkable memoir and compelling work of natural history that captures the reality and dreams of the Pacific Northwest Award winning author Tisdale explores the grand longed for land that her ancestors settled in the Pacific Northwest Intertwining history, personal memoir, and observations, Tisdale illuminates every page with a brilliant depth of emotion for the land.

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    1 thought on “Stepping Westward: The Long Search for Home in the Pacific Northwest

    1. A cheesy nineties cover should not distract you from Sallie Tisdale's ode to the Northwest and the process of moving westward ('twould be a wildish thing). Her prose is by turns functional, factual and pure poetry. It made me re-realize my gratitude at being here. Also only clarified the point that only idiots climb mountains like Mt Ranier. Because they die.

    2. When I was in the Portland library fishing for books on native amphibians and reptiles, I happened across this one. The title summed up my latest life theme and so far seems a good introduction to regional history in the Pacific Northwest.

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