By Isabella L. Bird, John Murray
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In 1872, Isabella chook, daughter of a priest, trigger by myself to the Antipodes 'in seek of overall healthiness' and located she had launched into a lifetime of adventurous commute. In 1873, donning Hawaiian using gown, she rode her horse throughout the American Wild West, a terrain basically newly opened to pioneer cost. The letters that make up this quantity have been first released in 1879. They inform of outstanding, unspoiled landscapes and considerable natural world, of encounters with rattlesnakes, wolves, pumas and grizzly bears, and her reactions to the unstable passions of the miners and pioneer settlers. A vintage account of a very mind-blowing trip.
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An hour later, and a moon nearly fullnot a pale, flat disc, but a radiant spherehas wheeled up into the flushed sky. The sunset has passed through every stage of beauty, through every glory of color, through riot and triumph, through pathos and tenderness, into a long, dreamy, painless rest, suc- Page 16 ceeded by the profound solemnity of the moonlight, and a stillness broken only by the night cries of beasts in the aromatic forests. I. L. B. Page 23 Letter II A Lady's "Get-Up" ? Grizzly Bears ?
S. Air Force Academy 9. Glen Eyrie 10. Colorado City, now West Colorado Springs or "Old Town" 11. Garden of the Gods 12. Bergens Park, now Manitou Park 13. Hayden's Divide, now Divide 14. Twin Rocks 15. Colonel Kittridge's 16. Link's 17. Breckenridge Pass, now Boreas Pass 18. Hall's Gulch, located in Hall Valley 19. Turkey Creek Canyon 20. Green Lake 21. Boulder Canyon 22. M'Ginn's Gulch, or Muggins Gulch 23. Namaqua, southwest of present-day Loveland 24. St. Louis, south of present-day Loveland Page xxiii Page iii A Lady's Life in the Rocky Mountains Š Page 3 Letter I Lake Tahoe ?
In the dense forests which bound it, and drape two-thirds of its gaunt sierras, are hordes of grizzlies, brown bears, wolves, elk, deer, chipmonks, martens, minks, skunks, foxes, squirrels, and snakes. On its margin I found an irregular wooden inn, with a lumber-wagon at the door, on which was the carcass of a large grizzly bear, shot behind the house this morning. I had intended to ride ten miles farther, but, finding that the trail in some places was a "blind" one, and being bewitched by the beauty and serenity of Tahoe, I have remained here sketching, reveling in the view from the veranda, and strolling in the forest.
A Lady's Life in the Rocky Mountains with an Introduction by Daniel J. Boorstin by Isabella L. Bird, John Murray