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"[Yochim's] story demonstrates the importance of wild places for touching and understanding a fundamental part of the human experience. Part history, memoir, travelogue, natural history, and reflection, the book will appeal to readers interested in preservation, the wilderness movement, the history of National Parks, or the natural treasures of Yellowstone."

Jeff Pappas, National Parks Traveler

 

"While heartbreaking, Yochim's story strikes deep in that profoundly human part of the soul that connects us with nature and our own fleeting mortality."

Amy Klarup, Eugene Weekly

 

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