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What are you reading?
#21
I read Wilbur Smith's "Hungry as the Sea" when it first came out, great book.
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#22
I finished a book and started reading "The Monkey Wrench Gang"again.I read it about 30 years ago and it seems a little dated now.By the way,what ever happened to all the militant environmentalists?
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#23
Pretty sure they're still out there doing their thing, Standing Rock comes to mind.
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  • Blanch (05-14-2018)
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#24
So,Tom Wolfe has departed this " vale of tears".I liked most of his writing.I dis-liked his personal philosophy and casual bigotry and disregard for people not of his "class".
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#25
Read some excellent poetry today, more Mary Oliver. I think she gets this life in the wild feeling, really well.
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  • Blanch (05-17-2018)
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#26
In anticipation of my upcoming trip to Alaska this summer and the bear fence thread,  inspired me to dig out and re-read this book I got on my last cross country trek almost 8 years ago now.  Can't believe it's been that long since i've taken a nice long road trip.


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#27
a thread on what books people are reading
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  • MN C Van (06-03-2018)
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#28
Gary, LOL!

Just picked up a compendium for the Outlander series, gives background info the author either left out or felt added an explanation to many storylines... in a continuing nine book series where each book is over 1200 pages.   Tongue
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#29
I still think a good Chiltons or Haynes repair manual is fine reading all snuggled up next to a fire with a nice cup of hot chocolate. The suspense, the drama, the happy endings... always brings a tear to my eyes.
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  • Blanch (09-04-2018)
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(05-20-2018, 07:29 AM)Motrukdriver Wrote: I still think a good Chiltons or Haynes repair manual is fine reading all snuggled up next to a fire with a nice cup of hot chocolate. The suspense, the drama, the happy endings... always brings a tear to my eyes.
Or a Mitchell.

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