"Muir's writing has survived for a century because he was not afraid to wear his heart on his sleeve. He didn't hunt or fish in the wilderness, sell trees or snag nuggets, and thus in a sense he has only been freshened for us by the passage of time." -- Edward Hoagland, from his Foreword
"To read this book is like going on a joyous holiday through the most picturesque parts of America." -- The New York Times, December, 1918 --Review
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