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by Eric Pinder

  • ISBN: 0980167264
  • Category: Cookbooks
  • Author: Eric Pinder
  • Subcategory: Regional & International
  • Other formats: rtf mbr mobi azw
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Hobblebush Books; First edition (August 1, 2009)
  • Pages: 200 pages
  • FB2 size: 1856 kb
  • EPUB size: 1981 kb
  • Rating: 4.3
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In this book, Eric Pinder's popular Life at the Top is revised and expanded for the 21st century. Pinder describes with wry humor the joys and terrors of living in theclouds and explains Mount Washington's geology and weather

In this book, Eric Pinder's popular Life at the Top is revised and expanded for the 21st century. Pinder describes with wry humor the joys and terrors of living in theclouds and explains Mount Washington's geology and weather.

Life at the Top book. Former observer Eric Pinder describes with wry humor the joys and terrors of living in the clouds and explains Mount Washington's geology and weather. Literary Nonfiction  .

A handful of hardy souls live on the mountain's Observatory year-round. Weather, Wonder and High Cuisine from the Mount Washington Observatory.

New Hampshire's Mount Washington is known as Home of the World's Worst Weather. A handful of hardy souls live on the mountain's Observatory year-round. Life at the Top : Weather, Wonder and High Cuisine from the Mount Washington Observatory.

Life at the Top describes the joys and terrors of living in the clouds and explains Mount Washington’s geology and .

Life at the Top describes the joys and terrors of living in the clouds and explains Mount Washington’s geology and weather. Wry New England humo. .perfect for a cold winter’s night. Be sure to light a fire first, though, or you’ll be alternately chuckling and shivering.

Eric Pinder explains the geology and infamous weather of The Rockpile and describes the joys and terrors of living in the clouds

Eric Pinder explains the geology and infamous weather of The Rockpile and describes the joys and terrors of living in the clouds.

Life At The Top: Weather, Wisdom & High Cuisine From The Mount . Eric Pinder - Books about bears, bats and barometers (and other things. Description: Eric Pinder lives in the woods and once accidentally walked into a moose.

Life At The Top: Weather, Wisdom & High Cuisine From The Mount Washington Observatory.

Where can you find the worst weather on earth? The surprising answer in Tying .

Where can you find the worst weather on earth? The surprising answer in Tying Down the Wind is: everywhere! You don’t need to climb Mount Everest or voyage to the icy desert of Antarctica to witness both the beauty and the destructiveness of weather. Drawing on the author’s experiences at the Mount Washington Observatory in New Hampshire’s White Mountains, Tying Down the Wind revisits the devastating Northeast Ice Storm of 1998, takes readers on a snow-blind walk through a Berkshire blizzard, and describes the impact of a 54,000-degree lightning bolt just a few yards away.

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Books by Eric Pinder, Tying down the wind, Sheep Football and Other Strange Tales from Rural America, If all the . All about Life at the Top: Tales, Truths, and Trusted Recipes from the Mount Washington Observatory by Eric Pinder.

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Literary Nonfiction. New Hampshire's Mount Washington is known as "Home of the World's Worst Weather." A handful of hardy souls live on the mountain's Observatory year-round. Do they have to be just a bit unusual to seek out such a career? Perhaps. But the Observatory crew find much to enjoy in their icy home--even when it means dealing with hundred-mile-per-hour winds, wandering moose, and odd questions from visitors. They are also treated to spectacular sunsets, spine-tingling thunderstorms, and breathtaking toboggan runs. Former observer Eric Pinder describes with wry humor the joys and terrors of living in the clouds and explains Mount Washington's geology and weather. The book ends with a one-of-a kind cookbook of favorite "Recipes from the Rockpile."

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