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10 edition of The barefoot sisters southbound found in the catalog.

The barefoot sisters southbound

Lucy Letcher

The barefoot sisters southbound

by Lucy Letcher

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Published by Stackpole Books in Mechanicsburg, PA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Letcher, Lucy,
  • Letcher, Susan,
  • Hiking -- Appalachian Trail,
  • Appalachian Trail -- Description and travel

  • Edition Notes

    StatementLucy and Susan Letcher.
    ContributionsLetcher, Susan.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGV199.42.A68 L47 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21836672M
    ISBN 100811735303
    ISBN 109780811735308
    LC Control Number2008032917
    OCLC/WorldCa243605761

    For more "notes from the trail," be sure to check out Susan and Lucy's new books telling the full story of their amazing barefoot trek. Go to and pick up The Adventures of the Barefoot Sisters, Book 1: Southbounders, then complete the tale of the trail with Book 2: Walking Home. Barefoot Sisters . The Barefoot Sisters Southbound. by Lucy Letcher,Susan Letcher. Adventures on the Appalachian Trail. Share your thoughts Complete your review. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it * You Rated it *Price: $

    by Lucy Letcher & Susan Letcher includes books The Barefoot Sisters: Southbound and The Barefoot Sisters: Walking Home. See the complete The Barefoot Sisters series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles. Southbound (The Barefoot Sisters, #1) and Walking Home (The Barefoot Sisters, #2).

    The Adventures of the Barefoot Sisters, Book 2 book. Read 60 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Sisters Lucy and Susan Letcher hiked /5(60). Sisters Lucy and Susan Letcher begin their barefoot thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail. A story filled with humor and determination. The Barefoot Sisters Southbound Adventures on the Appalachian Trail by Lucy Letcher Author Susan Letcher Author. Learn how to read digital books for free. Find a library OR Download Libby an app by.


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The Barefoot Sisters Southbound (Adventures on the Appalachian Trail) Paperback – Decem by Lucy Letcher (Author)/5(). Barefoot Siters Southbound is, by far, the best book on a hiker's personal experiences of hiking the Appalachian Trail and the fact that they did so for most of it hiking barefoot adds an interesting touch to the entire book/5.

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FREE Shipping on $35 or more!/5(10). Their unusual choice of footwear earned them the moniker "the Barefoot Sisters." This book chronicles their adventures on the first part of their hike, from Maine to Georgia: from summer thunderstorms and the craggy summits of the White Mountains to ice storms and blizzards in the mountains of Virginia and Tennessee; from the close friendships among the early southbounders to the long, lonely months of 5/5(5).

"Rarely will you find books that explore the human emotions of a long-distance trek so honestly The barefoot sisters southbound book clearly." --Roger Williamson, Campmor, Inc. "Highly recommended." From the book: "We stood for a moment before the venerable signpost marking the summit.

Scored with graffiti and the constant onslaught of weather, it stands perhaps three feet high, a wooden A-frame /5(2). Barefoot Sisters Southbound by Lucy Letcher available in Trade Paperback onalso read synopsis and reviews. At the ages of twenty-five and twenty-one, Lucy and Susan Letcher set out to accomplish what 5/5(1).

The Barefoot Sisters Southbound By Lucy and Susan Letcher Stackpole Books, Reviewed by Georgette Weir. I was skeptical: pages about hiking the Appalachian Trail barefoot.

The Barefoot Sisters write well, and relate their experiences with an openness and truthfulness that some other hiking books seem to lack. They convey effectively the spirituality and simplicity of the trail /5().

That being said, I have mixed feelings about this book. It’s by two sisters, Lucy/Isis and Susan/jackrabbit, who, as I said, decided to hike the Appalachian Trail barefoot after graduating college. Their biggest motivation, I think, was to take some time to figure out what to do with the rest of their life.

The Barefoot Sisters Southbound - Ebook written by Lucy Letcher, Susan Letcher. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, /5(4). The Barefoot Sisters: Southbound. 27 likes. Rarely will you find books that explore the human emotions of a long-distance trek so honestly and clearly.

Buy a cheap copy of The Barefoot Sisters: Southbound book by Susan Letcher. Rarely will you find books that explore the human emotions of a long-distance trek so honestly and clearly. --Roger Williamson, Campmor, Inc. Highly Free shipping over $ The Barefoot Sisters Southbound: Lucy Letcher, Susan Letcher: Books - (2).

Buy The Barefoot Sisters: Southbound by Letcher, Lucy, Letcher, Susan (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(). Their story is chronicled in a two-volume book set entitled “Southbound” and “Walking Home,” which I recently read and enjoyed immensely.

What was somewhat different about their experience, and the reason of course they’re called “the barefoot sisters,” is that they completed most of the hike without shoes, and this gives their story an extra dimension from other AT narratives.

I'd kind of rather avoid the party atmosphere if at all possible, especially hiking with my kids (even though they'll likely be teenagers by the time we hit the trail).The Barefoot Sisters: Southbound is the first narrative I've found describing a southbound thru-hike.4/5(1).

The Barefoot Sisters Southbound (Book): Letcher, Lucy: Rarely will you find books that explore the human emotions of a long-distance trek so honestly and clearly.

--Roger Williamson, Campmor, Inc. Highly recommended. From the book: We stood for a moment before the venerable signpost marking the summit.

Scored with graffiti and the constant onslaught of weather, it. Each sister, Lucy & Susan aka Isis & Jackrabbit, take turns telling their perspective of the hike the emotions of backpacking, highs and lows, the people they Barefoot Siters Southbound is, by far, the best book on a hiker's personal experiences of hiking the Appalachian Trail and the fact that they did so for most of it hiking barefoot adds an /5(30).

Quickly earning themselves the moniker of the Barefoot Sisters, the two begin their journey at Mount Katahdin and spend eight months making their way to Springer Mountain in Georgia.

As they hike, they write about their adventures through the mile Wilderness, the rocky terrain of Pennsylvania, and snowfall in the great Smoky Mountains. Click to read more about The Barefoot Sisters: Southbound by Lucy Letcher. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers4/5(2).

The Barefoot Sisters: Southbound by Lucy and Susan Letcher. Okay, you’ve probably heard of the Barefoot Sisters! They walked from Maine to Georgia barefoot!

They loved the AT so much that when they got to Georgia they turned around and hiked right back to Maine! But if you haven’t taken the time to read their book you’re missing out!

The Barefoot Sisters Southbound I have enjoyed several books by people who have through-hiked the Appalachian Trail (A.T.). But Isis and jackrabbit (their trail names) set off barefoot from Mount Katahdin in Maine on their way to Springer Mountain in Georgia (They used boots after the snow started falling on them in Virginia.).