Legging It  -     By: Craig Clapper
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Xulon Press / 2014 / Paperback

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 116
Vendor: Xulon Press
Publication Date: 2014
Dimensions: 9.02 X 5.98 X 0.28 (inches)
ISBN: 1498418856
ISBN-13: 9781498418850

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    Legging It - A Life Changing Pilgrimage
    December 10, 2015
    richard r blake
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    The Appalachian Trail begins at Springer Mountain, Georgia and ends at Mount Katahdin, Maine. Craig Clapper brings together for the reader three facets of life observed during his 2,186 mile Appalachian Trail (AT) thru-hiking experience: the physical, mental, and spiritual.

    In a logical progression Hoosier, Clappers trail name, carefully describes the topography of the trail, the climate, the scenic beauty, and the pitfalls and dangers along the way. He uses his keen power of observation to draw parallels from these unique experiences and shows how they mirror life and give insight into mans personal quest to find purpose and meaning.

    Hoosier devotes a full chapter to the benefits of Traveling Tight Traveling with Friends. The community of hikers on the Appalachian Trail attest to the fact that the camaraderie and companionship developed along the trail is a driving force behind reaching Katahdin and attaining their goal of becoming a thru-hiker.

    Photos taken of scenic markers and of fellow hikers add a significant dimension to Hoosiers creative word pictures of these new friends; they include: Sparks, Caribou, Dovetail, Nickelodian, Rash, Punkin Pie, Mot, Joe the Hiker, Samson, and many others. Hoosier compares this to the bond of friendship of David and Jonathan described in the Old Testament.

    I especially appreciated the emphasis of the final chapters: Traveling with the End in Sight Staying Committed, and The Joy of Completion. After completing the journey the thru-hikers received certificates of completion. The authors certificate is made out to Hoosier, formerly known Craig Clapper. Hoosier reminds the reader of a more important Joy of Completion for the Christian, that is when at the end of our journey we hear the words from Jesus, Well done thou good and faithful servant.

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