Steve Chapple: Kayaking the Full Moon: A Journey Down the Yellowstone River to the Soul of Montana

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They make it I ll let you read it and see Along the way you ll enjoy a narrative that s a mixture of memoir history philosophical musings and humor and you ust might fall in love with Montana Anyone who grew up in Montana will enjoy this book. Its surrounding communities and inhabitan.

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Y and this is one Great A beautifully written engaging account by a native Montanan who returns to his home state with the goal of kayaking the entire 671 miles of the Yellowstone River not ust by himself but with his wife and two toddlers Do. Ng and exploring the Yellowstone River and.

Big rivers fascinate me Trips on them fascinate me even I liked his friendly way of writing about how he and his family paddled and puddled around on and off the river His descriptions of surrounding country add to this story I like a good stor. Chronicles one family's experiences kayaki.

Steve Chapple is an award winning writer with the curiosity of a spoiled cat He is the author of many books the co host of BellaV TV uot;Bright Minds in uarantineuot; and produces the national newspaper column Intellectual Capital His current book BREAKPOINT Reckoning with Americas Environmental Crises with co author Jeremy BC Jackson Yale University Press is a journey into Americas climate crisis and its coming solutions Advance praise for BREAKPOINT“Moving poignant and timely Breakpoint is both a stark reminder of the urgent environmental challenges facing the planet and a hopeful call to action to those in power This is boots on the ground science at its finestuot;—Leonardo DiCaprio“Breakpoint is a stunning book of ecological anthropology from consummate storytellers The human narratives they bring to light allow us to understand and appreciate how America farmed drilled degraded and overheated the land of the free and the home of the brave It is fair compelling and heartbreaking as good as anything written by Margaret Mead or Claude Levi Straussuot;—Paul Hawken author of Drawdown The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warminguot;This is an ambitious and illuminating bookuot; Carl Safina author of The View From Lazy Point and Beyond Words What Animals Think and Feeluot;Thought provoking informative and ultimately hopeful”—Elizabeth Kolbert author of The Sixth Extinction An Unnatural History“Breakpoint contains important data for today’s policy makers Those who have heard Jeremy Jackson discuss his research at the Naval War College will understand the need to adapt uickly to the multitude of conditions changing all around us Those who use the science to adapt will be the winners”—Vice Admiral USN ret James P Wisecup former director CNO Strategic Studies Group“In a firsthand tour de force the Jackson and Chapple tag team reveals how America’s environmental challenges and solutions are deeply enmeshed with our daily lives Breakpoint transforms reuired reading into a page turner”—Thomas E Lovejoy George Mason University uot;Jeremy Jackson and Steve Chapple travel from Iowa to Louisiana to investigate the connections among some of Americas greatest environmental problems—climate change ocean uot;dead zonesuot; wetland destruction and groundwater contamination The result is at once thought provoking informative and ultimately hopefuluot;—Elizabeth Kolbert author of The Sixth Extinction An Unnatural HistoryChapples previous books include Kayaking the Full Moon A Journey Down the Yellowstone River to the Soul of Montana and Let the Mountains Talk Let the Rivers Run A Call to those who Would Save the Earth David Brower He lives in La Jolla CA and Alpine MTChapple is a Visiting Scholar at the Scripps Institution of OceanographyUCSD Executive Director of the San Diego Unified Steam Leadership Series please see steamleadershipcom and a Fellow at the Samuel Lawrence Foundation LET THE MOUNTAINS TALK LET THE RIVERS RUN A Call to those Who Would Save the Earth HarperCollins was written with David Brower the poetically irascible former executive director of the Sierra Club and savior of the Grand Canyon uot;This is the testament of one of the few authentic sages of our time Browers voice is passionate perfectly cadenced humorous and very wiseuot; Edward O Wilson uot;Nothing I have heard from anybody else has affected my thinking so deeply as what I heard from David Broweruot; Charles Kuralt uot;the path breaker not given to easy answers or ruinous compromisesuot; President Jimmy CarterHear the legendary John Denver song based on the title of the book uot;Let the Mountains Talk Let the Rivers Run in Montana he was the host and producer of the outdoor sports and adventure show uot;Under A Big Skyuot; shown in the West on CBS affiliates Raised in Montana and La Jolla educated at Yale and the Scripps Institution of Oceanography Center for Marine Biodiversity and Conservation he holds the patent on the uot;Geospatial News Engineuot; for the Internet KAYAKING THE FULL MOON A Journey Down the Yellowstone River to the Soul of Montana HarperCollins was a New York Times Notable Book and won a Lowell Thomas Award for best travel book of the year uot;A graceful writer with a journalists sharp eye and a heart as big as his subjectuot; wrote Hampton Sides in the Washington Post Book World uot;A sensitive and sensible book in search of Montanas calico souluot; said Thomas McGuane Doubleday published his first novel DONT MIND DYING A Novel of Country Lust amp; Urban Decay It is a joining of San Francisco and Montana and retells the true history of the WestCONFESSIONS OF AN ECO REDNECK PerseusHarperCollins was a wild culling from the sporting pages of the NY Times and Sports Afield Booklist ranked it one of the Top 10 Sporting Books of the YearOUTLAWS IN BABYLON Simon amp; SchusterPocket Books recounts the wild days on Californias marijuana frontier CONVERSATIONS WITH MR BABY A Celebration of New Life Little Brown is a father son dialogue with a wise cracking baby unborn and bornStuds Terkel called ROCK N ROLL IS HERE TO PAY The History and Politics of the Music Industry co author Reebee Garofalo uot;the definitive book on rock music as an industryuot; After withdrawing from Yale College Chapple put on numerous rock concerts with Bonnie Raitt Dr John Buddy Guy and Junior Wells the Lovin Spoonful John McGlaughlin and Allen Ginsberg these last decidedly spoken word as co founder of the non profit foundation Entropy Inc He also briefly produced radio shows on the history of rock at WBCN in Boston After moving to California he became a staff columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle Chapples op ed piece in the NY Times uot;What Is a River Worthuot; kicked off the successful campaign to save Yellowstone Park from a potentially disastrous gold mine at the headwaters of the Yellowstone River He contributes to National Geographic National Geographic Traveler Mens Journal Outside the New Yorker Mother Jones Conde Nast the LA and New York Times Readers Digest Hatch and Scuba Diving From time to time he lectures at the Smithsonian and the California Academy of Sciences about various adventures down the Zambezi the Yellowstone and the Mighty LA This last an historic first descent of the Los Angeles River is probably his most daunting adventure to date