[PDF / Epub] ☀ Solemates By Randy "Windtalker" Motz – Anguillais.us

Solemates WINNER OF THE COVETED NATIONAL INDIE EXCELLENCE BOOK AWARD What Happens When A Middle Aged Couple With No Previous Backpacking Experience, Decides To Test Their Year Marriage And Spend Six Months Hiking The Appalachian Trail From Georgia To Maine In One Continuous Hike Will Their Motto Of Quitting Is Not An Option Be A Blessing Or A Curse Travel With Windtalker And Mom, As They Wrestle With Their Personal Weaknesses And Capitalize On Each Other S Strengths And In Doing So, Gain A Deeper Understanding Of What It Takes To Make And Keep A Marriage Strong Solemates Is Not A Daily Chronicle Of Trail Life But Rather A Candid, Introspective And Sometimes Humorous Look Into The Range Of Emotions Experienced During The Pursuit Of Such A Life Changing Adventure It Is A Warmhearted Journal Depicting Lessons In Perseverance, Human Nature, Compassion, Understanding, And Teamwork Their Stories, And Those Of Their Thru Hiking Companions, Reveal Insights Into The Human Spirit And Refreshing Perspectives On What Is Truly Important In Life

[PDF / Epub] ☀ Solemates  By Randy "Windtalker" Motz – Anguillais.us
  • Paperback
  • 368 pages
  • Solemates
  • Randy "Windtalker" Motz
  • English
  • 07 August 2019
  • 1440453659

    10 thoughts on “[PDF / Epub] ☀ Solemates By Randy "Windtalker" Motz – Anguillais.us


  1. says:

    Interesting story, as it incorporates blurbs from the other hikers as they go along The language, however, tends to be a little stilted and pedantic, and the writer uses WAY too many quote marks In the other hiking memoirs I ve read, the hiker s names have not been set off with quotes once one establishes that a hiker s name is Easy Off or Way Out, there s no need to use quotes around the name every time it comes up again I found that a little annoying, and also the over analytical way the Interesting story, as it incorporates blurbs from the other hikers as they go along The language, however, tends to be a little stilted and pedantic, and the writer uses WAY too many quote marks In the other hiking memoirs I ve read, the hiker s names have not been set off with quotes once one establishes that a hiker s name is Easy Off or Way Out, there s no need to use quotes around the name every time it comes up again I found that a little annoying, and also the over analytical way the writer tends to dissect the relationship and the relationship changes over the course of the hike I guess I m just not that into identifying feelings and psychological aspects with microscopic precision


  2. says:

    If you are interested on the AT or hiking, there s good information here Those interested in hiking only may not be interested by the relationship details, but it shows how transformational thru hiking is.


  3. says:

    From the very beginning I had to have a good laugh Being the anal retentive planner that I am too I really appreciated the thought and planning that went into the initiation process of the hike of this married couple, Randy Windstalker Motz and Georgia Mom Harris Laugh, because when I started on my Appalachian Trail trip I planned not one iota and discovered myself on the trail as if by accident this pair planned for years, something I normally would have done It felt good to know that I From the very beginning I had to have a good laugh Being the anal retentive planner that I am too I really appreciated the thought and planning that went into the initiation process of the hike of this married couple, Randy Windstalker Motz and Georgia Mom Harris Laugh, because when I started on my Appalachian Trail trip I planned not one iota and discovered myself on the trail as if by accident this pair planned for years, something I normally would have done It felt good to know that I was not be the only one that would have approached the hike in this fashion.My hike was as a newly single man escaping the harness of marriage but this couple happily embraced their already strong union and actually considered if this six month sojourn would be good for their relationship before fully embracing the journey They are to people of great faith, educated and given over to a strong set purpose in their life They knew each others strengths and weaknesses and learned how best to support each other while having no one but each other to depend on They learned along the way to accept the familiarity of others, the giving nature of the AT, the trail magic that resounds from this phenomenal place known as the Appalachian Trail and, for a pair of self proclaimed introverts, quickly adapted to the large family of thru hikers that inhabit it.This book is truly inspirational, part hiking journal, part crash course in marriage counseling, Motz and Harris imbibe in all that read their magnificent journey a desire to have the type of relationship that kept them together through thick and thin, for better or for worse , not only hiking but in their every day life too

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