Stackpole Books The Barefoot Sisters: Walking Home
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There is so much I want to convey about this book but where to start. The writing is phenomenal, the story is compelling, the Sisters, Isis and jackrabbit, are charming, enchanting, witty and above all very good storytellers. This is the true story of 2 young sisters from Maine who hiked the Appalachian Trail southbound, barefooted, and had so much fun that they decided to hike north towards their home in Maine. And of course they did it barefoot. This is the tale of their north bound trek. This is not just about hiking the AT but about life and discovering your inner strength and pushing beyond what you thought your limits were. Truly one of the finest Appalachian Trail narratives ever written and thoroughly enjoyable. This book stands on its own but be sure to read their first book, 'The Barefoot Sisters - Southbound - An Adventure on the Appalachian Trail' (Campmor item #99779). Best sister writing team since the Bronte sistersExciting true tales from the wilds of the Appalachian TrailWritten from 2 unique perspectivesWritten from the heart and both bare their inner most thoughtsCan sisterhood survive another 2000 miles? Can their feet?Wonderfully written and brutally honestAn honest account of life on the trailLucy Letcher is an artist and a writer. She has an MFA in printmaking from Edinburgh College of Art, and has exhibited in galleries in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Germany. She currently lives and works in Berlin.Susan Letcher has a PhD from the University of Connecticut. She is currently working as a professor for study abroad courses in Costa Rica with the Organization for Tropical Studies. She writes a blog about her life in the rainforest.Author - Lucy "Isis" Letcher & Susan "jackrabbit" LetcherBinding - PaperPages - 496Publisher - StackpoleYear - 2010ISBN - 9780811735292.