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Everett Ruess: A Vagabond for Beauty / Wilderness Journals Combination Edition

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"He was one of the earth's oddlings--
one of the wandering few
who deny restraint and scorn inhibition.
His life was a quest
for the new and the fresh.
Beauty was a dream.
He pursued his dream into
desert solitudes--
there with the singing wind to chant
his final song."
--Hugh Lacy in On Desert Trails
Kindle Edition, 448 pages
Published (first published September 1st 1973)
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Jan 13, 2016 SouthWestZippy rated it it was amazing
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This is a wonderful book. If you like people that go against the norm then you will love this book. Synopsis Everett Ruess, a bold teenage adventurer, artist, and writer - studied and lived with Edward Weston, Maynard Dixon and Dorothea Lange. He traded prints with Ansel Adams. He tramped around the Sierra Nevada, the California coast, and the desert wilderness of the Southwest pursuing his dream of ultimate beauty and oneness with nature.
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