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A Wonderment of Mountains, the Great Smokies
Carson Brewer on ... "Mountain Places Snow was nice and crunchy underfoot. Not crunchy like peanuts or cornflakes. Rather, it was a silky, whispery crunchy. "Mountain Plants You can bury your nose deep in the cool violet bed and smell the mix of life and death while pondering the unceasing cycle of each into the other. "Mountain People Lem Ownby.... has plowed oxen, mules, ...more
Hardcover, 198 pages
Published October 1st 2003 by University of Tennessee Press
(first published August 2003)
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A Wonderment of Mountains, The Great Smokies: Selected Columnsby Carson Brewer (Tenpenny Publishing 1981)(917.68) is a selection of the best columns written by Carson Brewer over his thirty-five years on the staff of the Knoxville News Sentinel in Knoxville, Tennessee which is located just outside the entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Mr. Brewer was much-loved by a dedicated and loyal readership; he wrote on topics about the Smokies that interested him: hiking, the natural his ...more