Marion was excited to back pack on the Pacific Crest Trail as she needed to feel one with nature and forget her troubles for a while. She is determined to get out in nature and hike alone, but that is changed quickly when she meets two other backpackers that are the hottest guys she has ever seen. Trevor and Danny are experts on the trail and they show Marion they favorite secret spots while she lets them explore her secret spots. It is unlike anything Marion has ever allowed herself to do, but what better place to explore her wild abandon than being out in the wild among nature with two guys that end up saving her in more ways than one.
It's springtime in the Highlands but storms are brewing for Hamish Macbeth. His life is going to pot. He has - horrors! - been promoted, his new boss is a dunce, and a sinister self-proclaimed gypsy and his girlfriend have parked their rusty eyesore of a van in the middle of the village.Hamish smells trouble and as usual he's right. The doctor's drugs have gone missing. Money vanishes. And neighbours suddenly become unneighbourly. Nobody wants to talk either, so canny Hamish faces the delicate task of worming the facts out of the villagers.In the process he uncovers a story so bizarre that neither he nor the locals may ever be able to forget it...
Philosophical reflections on journeys and crossings, homes and habitats, have appeared in all major East Asian and Western philosophies. Landscape and travelling first emerged as a key issue in ancient Chinese philosophy, quickly becoming a core concern of Daoism and Confucianism. Yet despite the eminence of such reflections, Landscape and Travelling East and West: A Philosophical Journey is the first academic study to explore these philosophical themes in detail.
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