by Ellen Wohl
with a forward by SueEllen Campbell
Conducting readers through the Rocky Mountain National Park’s seasons, the author describes the processes that unfold over the ages as continents drift and mountain ranges rise, as glaciers carve the land and profound changes in the atmosphere alter the environment. Informed by a deep and intimate understanding of the landscape, the author’s journal is a lyrical distillation of experience and knowledge that shows the reader the century-old national park as a microcosm of the natural world in thrall of time and humanity. The hardbound book is 218 pages and measures 6-1/4″x9-1/4″.