The author of a dozen books about Oregon, William L. Sullivan has hiked virtually every trail in the state. A fifth-generation Oregonian, he has written Hiking Oregon's History and Oregon's Greatest Natural Disasters. He lives in Eugene, but spends summers in a wilderness log cabin he built by hand -- a project described in his memoir Cabin Fever. His book Listening for Coyote was selected one of Oregon's 100 Books.
its written in a casual style in a way that makes you really want to meet the author AND go on his trips and hikes.Published 16 months ago by Eileen O Hanna
sullivan's books are incredible, they make you feel like an old-hand insider, and lead you to all sorts of overlooked amazing experiences throughout oregon.Published 23 months ago by susan fairchild
When me and my wife moved to OR two years ago, we put everything we owned in a storage unit, packed up the camper van, and drove down to the OR/CA border. Read morePublished on April 24, 2013 by Joseph Crawford
very poor data, the trips and trails are described in a very high level missing valuable information (like places to eat, how to get there with GPS location, history background,... Read morePublished on October 10, 2011 by Assaf
Love the book and the price. We have already refered to it several times and I am looking into getting another copy to give my best friend for Christmas.Published on May 3, 2011 by Kathryn A. Stojanik