5 edition of Nahanni journals found in the catalog.
R. M. Patterson
Includes bibliographical references (p. 207-209) and index.
|Statement||edited and with an introduction by Richard C. Davis.|
|Genre||Diaries., Journaux intimes.|
|Contributions||Davis, Richard Clarke, 1946-|
|LC Classifications||F1100.S6 P38 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lxxxix, 225 p. :|
|Number of Pages||225|
|LC Control Number||2008378685|
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"A truly enchanting book."-The New Yorker"The excitement, anxiety and hardships are slipped naturally into a story whichconjures up pictures with the effortlessness of good and restrained writing."-The Times, LondonWritten with Patterson's characteristic sharp wit and observation, The Dangerous River chronicles the year he spent battling the frigid temperatures and wild waters along /5(42).
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Joanne’s journals became the basis of the book, Nahanni Trailhead. Their cabin still stands tucked in the trees on the banks of the Nahanni just above Moore’s Hotsprings. This is a great place to pull over, smell the wild mint that grows on the shore and enjoy the inflow of warm water from the springs into the main flow of the Nahanni.
In both his and journals, Patterson's descriptions focus on two things: his own experiences and challenges; and the stunning natural qualities of the lower Nahanni and the Flat rivers. He describes the poplar, willow, and other trees, gold, red, and vividly beautiful in Pages: You need to read the book by Dick Turner called Nahanni.
Turner was another pioneer in this area. haxel, 13 Jan ; A little investigative work on-line and now I know what became of Albert Faille he expired in his outhouse behind his cabin in Fort Simpson. He is a legend in this area. roberto, 6 Feb Director: Donald Wilder. In Nahanni Journals, Raymond M.
Patterson's personal travel journals from are published for the first time. Patterson is best known for his book The Dangerous River, which recounts his travels by foot and canoe along the Northwest Territories' remote Nahanni River. A book of Kodachrome slide photographs, stories and journals by my father, Daniel James, documenting our family and daily life during the 10 years he ran his company, Nahanni Reforestation, planting trees in the very remote wilderness of British Columbia, Canada.
The popularity of the Nahanni legends seems to wax and wane over time, and to change with every generation. Back in the early s, the most popular of the Nahanni stories was the tale of the Lost McLeod mine- a golden bonanza in the Mackenzie Mountains discovered and lost by two brothers who were found headless on the banks of the South Nahanni : Hammerson Peters.
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In this fascinating account of Raymond Patterson, a Londoner who finds his destiny in the Nahanni and Flat Rivers region of the Northwest Territories, Richard C. Davis reveals to us an extraordinary life.