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eBook Show Me . . . Natural Wonders: A Guide to Scenic Treasures in the Missouri Region epub

by Don Corrigan,E.J. Thias

eBook Show Me . . . Natural Wonders: A Guide to Scenic Treasures in the Missouri Region epub
  • ISBN: 1933370130
  • Author: Don Corrigan,E.J. Thias
  • Genre: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Reedy Press; 1 edition (May 1, 2007)
  • Pages: 232 pages
  • ePUB size: 1558 kb
  • FB2 size 1944 kb
  • Formats docx txt azw rtf


Natural Wonders book. Natural Wonders is a guide to Missouri's unique natural attractions

Natural Wonders book. Natural Wonders is a guide to Missouri's unique natural attractions. The book is divided into four sections-Unique Bluffs and Overlooks, Streams and Springs, Caves and Caverns, and Just Special Places.

Natural Wonders is a guide to Missouri's unique natural attractions. The book is divided into four sections-Unique Bluffs and Overlooks, Streams and Springs, Caves and Caverns, and Just Special Places

Natural Wonders is a guide to Missouri's unique natural attractions.

As this book is older there is room for improvement. But since the book is a bit older this is to be expected. Maps are drawings of the area not pictures of the official trail map on the site. I guess the book is discontinued to minimize the foot traffic on some of the more sensitive areas. One person found this helpful.

Natural Wonders: A Guide to Scenic Treasures in the Missouri Region journeys to special places in the state's own backyard.

Missouri itself can be called a natural wonder, full of lakes, mountains, rivers, caves, and water falls. Located in the Southern Missouri Ozarks, just east of Eminence and part of the Current River and Jack's Fork National Scenic Riverways. However, most of the lakes were not included in this list only because they were man-made (even Lake of the Ozarks!) so weren’t officially natural wonders.

39 of the most breathtaking natural wonders in the world. To point out that the world is full of wonders is hardly a revelation, whether you’re talking about ancient or modern marvels, feats of architecture and engineering, or naturally occurring places of breathtaking beauty. It is surprising, however, that even with so much to admire, people continue to limit their lists of wonders to single digits.

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These spectacular structures always inspires us and shows us that there is a a power who created all these mighty things. The Grand Canyon is one of the most remarkable natural wonders in the world

These spectacular structures always inspires us and shows us that there is a a power who created all these mighty things. Compiling a list of top 10 natural wonders of the world is never an easy task because various lists of the Wonders of the World have been compiled from ancient to the present day, to catalog the most spectacular natural wonders and man-made structures. The Grand Canyon is one of the most remarkable natural wonders in the world. Located in the state of Arizona, USA, it is one of the deepest gorges on Earth with an average depth of one mile (. km) and an average width of ten miles (16km).

Show Me . . . Natural Wonders: A Guide to Scenic Treasures in the Missouri Region journeys to special places in the state's own backyard. Guided by the soothing, descriptive prose of Don Corrigan and the detailed pencil drawings of artist E. J. Thias, the book climbs bluffs, fords streams, explores caves, and meanders through wondrous scenes of the region s glorious natural environment. Show Me . . . Natural Wonders features more than 90 sites, each depicted in Corrigan s ruminations and Thias sketches. From the Weston Bluffs overlooking the Missouri River to the cascading waters of Joplin s Grand Falls, vignettes immerse readers in places that distinguish and define Missouri s natural environment. As guides, Corrigan and Thias take Missouri travel and exploration aided in the book by narrative maps to uncharted depth. I have had the great fortune to visit wilderness areas of all seven continents, commented Charlie Hoessle, Director Emeritus of the world-renowned Saint Louis Zoo. These adventures have only increased my appreciation for the many wonderful array of treasures we have right here in the Saint Louis area: Great rivers, clear Ozark streams, springs, caves, swamps, and majestic limestone bluffs which offer scenic vistas. Hikers and bikers, cavers and climbers, New Agers and environmentalists, local and regional historians, poets and prophets will all find something to take away from Show Me . . . Natural Wonders.
Comments: (2)
Reemiel
Pretty neat little guide for Missouri sites. Already have a list of places to start visiting.
Skillet
Great resource for day trips.
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