Mt. Lemmon: Autumn 2006 - Page 3

A side view of "Nixon-head rock", also known as Duck-head rock prior to the Nixon administration.
Photos by R. Zucker, c 2006
A close up of Nixon-head rock while driving along the highway.
Turning around another bend, the vegetation begins to change again and the forest begins to emerge. In this picture, another burnt tree.

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Frog Mountain Blues (Paperback)
by Charles Bowden, Jack W. Dykinga (Photographer)

Frog Mountain is the name the native people gave the highest peak in Arizona's Santa Catalina Mountains. In this set of seven essays, Bowden elegizes this endangered wilderness area, and describes the recent developmentsroads, ski lodges, ATV trailsthat have degraded the mountains.

He believes in preserving the wilderness, insisting that there be no encroachment into remaining wild areas. Some of the writing is startling in its descriptive power and imagery, and the chapter "Frog Mountain" is an elegant defense of the preservationist point of view.

The many photographs nicely complement Bowden's text. But overall the book is uneven. Suitable for regional and comprehensive collections. Randy Dykhuis, Grace A. Dow Memorial Lib., Midland, Mich. Copyright 1987 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

Climbers guide to Sabino Canyon and Mount Lemmon Highway Tucson, Arizona
by John Steiger (Author)
Tucson Hiking Guide
Author: Betty Leavengood
Squeezing the Lemmon II ...
more juice than ever: A rock climber's guide to the Mt. Lemmon Highway, Tucson, Arizona
(Unknown Binding) by Eric Fazio-Rhicard (Author) 2000, 324 pages.

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