by Ted Kerasote
Publication date: 1989
paperback | 187 pages
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Navigations, Ted Kerasote's first book, introduces the themes that occupy much of his later work: an intimate view into the lives of wild animals; the friendships that form when people depend upon each other in wild places; and a wry look at our own failings. Crossing the length of the western hemisphere, from the high Arctic to the high Andes, Kerasote takes readers back to a time when adventure travel was being born—when an entire generation put on their backpacks and, without Lonely Planet guides or Google, set off to see what they could find.