Tramping is a way of approach, to Nature, to your fellow-man, to a nation, to beauty, to life itself. It is a gentle art and there is much to learn; illusions to overcome. The Gentle Art of Tramping by Stephen Graham is an absolute gem of a book. Dating back to it is a fabulous How-To guide to becoming a wanderer. Results 1 – 30 of 55 The Gentle Art of Tramping by Stephen Graham and a great selection of similar Used, New and Collectible Books available now at.

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Views Read Edit View history. Christian rated it really liked it Ths 25, The tramp, or wayfarer, is a romantic figure – almost part of folklore in this day and age. This is admittedly an odd and obscure book, but a very enjoyable read. It’s a hill that knows my particular footsteps, and a wood where the trees all know my name.

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This website uses cookies to improve user experience. He walked across America once, Russia twice and Britain several times, and his book, The Gentle Art of Trampingwas a hymn to the wilderness of the Fo Isles. The Living Mountain Nan Shepherd.

He was twenty-five; she, forty years old. He began to study Russian under Nicolai Lebedev, with whom he spent a holiday at Lisichansk near the Sea of Azov – an experience which began a lifelong interest in Russia. Last Child in the Woods Richard Louv. Mon 10 Sep Dan rated it really liked it Jan 05, rat The love of being outdoors and self-sufficient for the time being. Braiding Sweetgrass Robin Wall Kimmerer.

Nov 30, Brian rated it really liked it. The Garden of the Gods Gerald Durrell. I never would have known about it but Annie Dillard recommended it somewhere in the midst of Pilgrim at Tinker Creek.

Does this wistful, romantic image — of Chaplin, of the ‘tramp poet’ and the tramp of Arthur Smith’s nostalgic imagination — bear any relation to the actual lives of those who might step outside of settled society and take to the lanes?

Shortly after his birth his family moved to Cheltenham. The author creates some beautiful images, but for a really good read about walking, I would choose Colin Fletcher. Nature Anatomy Julia Rothman.

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The Gentle Art of Tramping 4. He published accounts of immigrants in the States; and after becoming a friend of the poet Vachel Lindsay published Tramping with a Poetwhich was illustrated by Vernon Hill.

It’s as simple and as solid as the earth below The Magic of Reality Richard Dawkins. He also wrote of his travels in the United States. Pre-ordered ebooks will not be charged for until they are available for download. Common Ground Rob Cowen. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Stephen Graham was an extraordinary tramp and remains a patron saint of all wild campers.

The Gentle Art of Tramping

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This programme is not currently available. In Graham revisited the western battle-fields and published his observations in The Challenge of the Dead His best-known books recount his travels around pre-revolutionary Russia and his journey to Jerusalem with a group of Russian Christian pilgrims. People who bought this also bought. In other projects Wikisource.

This is just an awesome book for walking or hiking enthusiasts!

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