Natural State: A Literary Anthology of California Nature Writing

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NATURAL STATE
A Literary Anthology of
California Nature
Writing

Selected and Edited by Steven Gilbar
With a Foreword by David Brower

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA PRESS
Berkeley   Los Angeles   London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword xi
  • Introduction 1
  • The Creation 7
  • The Creation 9
  • Grampa Ramsey and the Great Canyon 13
  • The Mountains 19
  • An Elk Hunt 21
  • Ramblings in Yosemite 27
  • Lake Tahoe 32
  • Climbing Matterhorn Peak 40
  • A Mount for All Seasons 52
  • Trumpets of Light 64
  • The Fourth Dimension 73
  • Climbing Half Dome 81
  • The Hills and Valleys 91
  • Into the Valley 93
  • The Sea Fogs 101
  • On Sonoma Mountain 108
  • Flight 116
  • Spirits of the Valley 129
  • A Reflection on White Geese 135
  • In Condor Country 150
  • Winter’s Fog 158
  • A Vanishing Land 161
  • Remnants 169
  • The Desert 187
  • Desert Walking 189
  • Death Valley 200
  • Overlooking Carrizo Gorge 213
  • The Palms in Our Hands 219
  • The Coast 235
  • Gaviota Coast Trails 237
  • Where the Mountains Meet the Sea 243
  • Big Sur 250
  • The Sundown Sea 259
  • A Certain Moment 269
  • Tapping the Source 274
  • Santa Rosa 279
  • Lost Coast 285
  • Earth, Wind, Rain, and Fire 299
  • Continental Drift 301
  • The San Andreas Discrepancy 305
  • A Wind-Storm in the Forest 316
  • The Santa Ana 326
  • Nurslings of the Sky 330
  • The Storm 337
  • After the Fire 349
  • Afterword - Coming into the Watershed 355
  • Further Reading 369
  • Acknowledgments 375
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