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Deep Creek : finding hope in the high country / Pam Houston.

Houston, Pam (author.).

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General Note: Linked autobiographical essays.
Formatted Contents Note: Part one. Getting out. The tinnitus of truth telling -- Retethering -- Part two. Digging in. The season of hunkering down -- Mother's Day storm -- A kind of quiet most people have forgotten -- The sound of horse teeth on hay -- Ranch archive -- Eating Phoebe -- Part three. Diary of a fire. Diary of a fire -- Part four. Elsewhere. Kindness -- Of spirit bears, humpbacks, narwhal, manatees, and mothers -- Part five. Deep Creek. Deep Creek.
Summary, etc.: The author draws on her travels and homestead life in the Colorado Rockies in an essay collection on her ties to nature that explores the symbiotic relationship between humans and the earth.
Subject: Houston, Pam
Authors, American 20th century Biography
Women ranchers United States Biography
Ranch life Colorado
Ranching Colorado
Human ecology
Human-animal relationships
Rocky Mountains Description and travel
Colorado Description and travel
West (U.S.) Description and travel
Genre: Autobiographies.
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