A Walk in the Woods: Rediscovering America
A Walk in the Woods: Rediscovering America on the Appalachian Trail (Official Guides to the Appalachian Trail)
Back in America following a quarter century Britain, Bill Bryson chose to reacquaint himself with his local nation by strolling the 2,100-mile Appalachian Trail, which extends from Georgia to Maine. The AT offers a shocking scene of noiseless backwoods and shimmering lakes—and to an author with the comic virtuoso of Bill Bryson, it additionally gives unlimited chances to witness the superb absurdity of his kindred people.
For a begin there’s the eminently flabby Stephen Katz, a pal from Iowa along for the walk. Notwithstanding Katz’s mind-boggling longing to discover comfortable eateries, he and Bryson in the end subside into their walk, and keeping in mind that on the trail they meet a peculiar collection of comical characters. In any case, A Walk in the Woods is more than only a roar with laughter climb. Bryson’s intense eye is an astute observer to this lovely however delicate trail, and as he tells its interesting history, he makes a moving supplication for the preservation of America’s last awesome wild. An enterprise, a comic drama, and a festival, A Walk in the Woods has turned into a cutting edge great of travel writing.