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No body tells the story of the Colorado River like Abbey. He knew the land, knew the river and his voice speaks of it's melody, rage and beauty.Published 9 months ago by Barbara Mitchell
I just simply admire Edward Abbey's philosophy. His writing encourages me to appreciate the land, no matter where it is.Published 14 months ago by Lynn C. Duff
i like abbey's work and find his storys and the people who populate his real and unreal worlds enjoyable and quite like my own.Published 17 months ago by will crow
A friend of mine suggested I read Abbey As I have waded through his writings I have yet to find a story that wasn't completely captivating and Down the river is no exception!Published 22 months ago by Layne T. Oliver
crazy guy great book
protect our environment
keep our rivers free
conserve resources for future generations
climate change is real
Seems to be a compilation of short stories and essys and observations of his of a variety of subjects many of them involving river trips. Read morePublished on August 11, 2013 by Eastofthemississippi
Anything that Ed Abbey writes is worth reading. I have read nearly a dozen of his books and love every one of them.Published on March 18, 2013 by Craig Lafferty