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One Unforgettable Journey

Autor: K. B. Lacoste
Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
ISBN: 9781477600320
File Size: 13,93 MB
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Dan was a traveling business man content with his life when a twist of fate pulled him off the road and changed his life forever. A chance meeting with an unexpected puppy captured his heart, and before he knew it he was getting certified as a dog trainer, opening a dog day care and training facility and running a rescue for Weimaraners. Just when he thought he had seen it all, a friend alerted him to an advertisement for a Weimaraner described as a show dog. Upon their meeting Dan was horrified at the dog's condition and vowed to give him a better life. Little did he know the dog, Maverick, would be the one taking Dan on an unforgettable journey. **Nominated for a Maxwell award from DWAA for best Human/Animal Bond book for 2012**

Along The Way

Autor: Jacqueline Kolosov
Publisher: Luminis Books, Inc.
ISBN: 1941311717
File Size: 29,26 MB
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Three friends, 33 days, and 500 miles walking the Camino de Santiago add up to one journey they'll never forget Piper Rose, Dani Shapiro, and Alexandra 'Tessa' Louise De Mille Morrow share a history that goes back to their preschool years in Chicago when their families were still intact. Now Piper lives in Evanston with her divorced dad, her estranged, unstable mother popping in and out of her life at random moments. Meanwhile, Dani's been living in Santa Fe with a psychologist mom pregnant with her fiancé's IVF babies. The blueblood Tessa resides on a prominent street in Boston and dreams of a romantic and well-heeled love story like that of her great-grandmother who went to France during World War II. Now that it's the summer before college, these radically different friends decide to celebrate their history and their future by walking the legendary pilgrimage along the Way of St. James, from the French Pyrenees to the Spanish city of Santiago. Along the way, each young woman must learn to believe in herself as well as in her friends, as their collective journey unfolds into the experience of a lifetime.

An Unforgettable Journey

Autor: Lena Kovadlo
ISBN: 1312795115
File Size: 3,65 MB
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We choose our own path in life never knowing where it will lead. The destination, however, is always the same - true love, eternal happiness, and a life filled with unforgettable memories, where dreams soar into the sky. Of course to get there we must face bumps in the road and go through the lows to get to the highs. Join me on an unforgettable journey of life that is filled with love and heartbreak, happiness and sorrow, death, personal struggles and more. I hope that each creation, whether it is in poetic, lyrical, or prose form, will bring forth a connection to your heart and soul for we all go through the same things in life regardless of which journey we embark on or which route we take.

An Unforgettable Journey

Autor: Katie M. Dean
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1304976211
File Size: 21,96 MB
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Sherra, a high school graduate, is about to give up her popularity for a life that is all about freedom. But is that really where this new life leads? After a series of ups and downs she finds herself behind bars. She loses all reason to live. Suddenly a woman shows up at Sherra’s cell and hands her a Bible. Sherra soon realizes that the only freedom in life is through Christ.

Learning To Walk The Unforgettable Journey

Autor: Talicia L. Smith
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1483646505
File Size: 18,76 MB
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Learning to Walk the Unforgettable Journey is a book of inspirational poetry; it is a conversation of sorts between God Almighty and his daughter, his servant. This book of poetry is sure to encourage the seeker and believer. The poems can be read as devotionals, shared as encouragement or be used for church programs. Get your copy today and enjoy the blessings as you walk through the journey of life. Blessings By: Talicia L. Smith The blessing of the Lord is upon you This is the right moment, this is your time A new set has begun; this is a new beginning no longer the same The cycle has been broken You are released dont look back, look ahead The blessings lie before you, walk on in There are many open doors and they are all yours Walk, walk in faith, walk in truth, walk in power, walk in love This is your time, this is your moment, and this is the divine hour Miracles are being released Walk in the Blessing "And all these blessings shall come upon you and overtake you, because you obey the voice of the LORD your God: Deuteronomy 28:2

Unforgettable Journey

Autor: Anne P. Hill
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1450241778
File Size: 21,19 MB
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"There are many books written about Alzheimer's disease. The concise nature and easy readability of this book will make it an effective tool for family members with a parent who has dementia. The upbeat nature and 'Tips' section at the end of each chapter helps the book read in much the same way that a supportive conversation with a friend would be to the reader. I heartily recommend this book to the adult children of my patients with Alzheimer's disease."-Kevin R. Smith, MD, assistant professor of psychiatry, director of Geriatric Psychiatry Clinic, Oregon Health & Sciences University, Portland For adult children of parents struggling with Alzheimer's disease, finding useful tips and suggestions for dealing with everyday challenges can be difficult. "Unforgettable Journey: Tips to Survive Your Parent's Alzheimer's Disease" provides an easy-to-read, concise compellation of author Anne P. Hill's experiences coping with her mother's illness. Hill details the specific methods she used to understand and manage the daily trials of caring for her mother. Broken down into small chapters, Hill focuses on each step of the Alzheimer's journey and offers a compassionate, intimate, and insightful glimpse into the life of those who suffer from Alzheimer's-both patient and caretaker. ------ Illustrations by Jane Zwinger An audio book of Unforgettable Journey: Tips to Survive Your Parent’s Alzheimer’s Disease is available from the author at>

Journey Through Indonesia

Autor: Tim Hannigan
Publisher: Tuttle Publishing
ISBN: 1462920144
File Size: 14,49 MB
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Whether readers are planning a trip to Bali or just fantasizing about one, Journey Through Indonesia makes for an unforgettable Indonesia travel guide. With hundreds of full-color photographs, Journey Through Indonesia takes readers on a tour of the world's most magnificent archipelago, a vast island nation with all the diversity of an entire continent. This vibrantly illustrated book is the perfect introduction to this most colorful of countries, for both Indonesian history enthusiasts, armchair travelers, and those planning explorations and adventures in Indonesia. Indonesia is Southeast Asia's largest nation, a place of endless contrasts and myriad cultures. This comprehensive Indonesian travel guide features over 400 stunning photographs, nine detailed maps, and insightful descriptions of the country's geography, culture, history, arts, crafts, and wildlife species. Journey Through Indonesia transports readers to each of Indonesia's significant regions including: The impressive temples and volcanoes of Java The exquisite beaches of Bali The magnificent national parks of Kalimantan The traditional villages of Nusa Tenggara The tiger-haunted forests of Sumatra The spice-scented islets of Maluku The untrammeled wilderness of Papua and much more Journey Through Indonesia beautifully captures the diversity of the culture, terrain, and population of Indonesia and creates a deeper understanding of this unique island nation.

Part Wild

Autor: Ceiridwen Terrill
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1451634838
File Size: 27,99 MB
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Part Wild is the unforgettable story of Ceiridwen Terrill’s journey with a creature whose heart is divided between her bond to one woman and her need to roam free. When Terrill adopts a wolfdog— part husky, part gray wolf—named Inyo to be her protector and fellow traveler, she is drawn to Inyo’s spark of wildness; compelled by the great responsibility, even danger, that accompanies the allure of the wild; and transformed by the extraordinary love she shares with Inyo, who teaches Terrill how to carve out a place for herself in the world. Over almost four years, Terrill and Inyo’s adventures veer between hilarious and heartbreaking. There are peaceful weekends spent hiking in snowy foothills, mirthful romps through dirty laundry, joyful adoptions of dog companions, and clashes brought on by the stress of caring for Inyo, insatiable without the stimulation of a life lived outdoors. Forced to move and accommodate the complaints of fearful neighbors and the desires of her space-craving wolfdog, Terrill must confront the reality of what she has done by trying to tame a part-wild animal. Driven to understand the differences between dogs and wolves, Terrill spent five years interviewing genetics experts, wolf biologists, dog trainers, and wolf rescuers in the United States, Germany, Hungary, Sweden, and Russia. The fascinating results of her investigation make Part Wild as informative as it is moving. A gifted writer able to capture the grace and power of the natural world, the complexity of scientific ideas, and the pulse of the human experience, Terrill has written a bittersweet memoir of the beauty and tragedy that come from living with a measure of wildness.

A Journey To The Northern Ocean

Autor: Samuel Hearne
Publisher: TouchWood Editions
ISBN: 1926971078
File Size: 12,73 MB
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Widely recognized as a classic of northern-exploration literature, A Journey to the Northern Ocean is Samuel Hearne's story of his three-year trek to seek a trade route across the Barrens in the Northwest Territories. Hearne was a superb reporter, from his anguished description of the massacre of helpless Eskimos by his Indian companions to his meticulous records of wildlife, flora and Indian manners and customs. As esteemed author Ken McGoogan points out in his foreword: Hearne demonstrated that to thrive in the north, Europeans had to apprentice themselves to the Native peoples who had lived there for centuries-a lesson lost on many who followed. First published in 1795, more than two decades after Hearne had completed his trek, the memoir was originally called A Journey from Prince of Wales's Fort in Hudson's Bay to the Northern Ocean in the years 1769, 1770, 1771, and 1772. This Classics West edition brings a crucial piece of Canadian history back into print.