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Rim Rock Shop adds a Ranger Picks Book Category

Posted by Sales Manager on 6/15/2014 to New Products
Colorado National Monument Association recently added a ranger picks category to our online inventory. Here are a couple ranger picks courtesy of Superintendent Lisa Eckert and Chief of Interpretation Karla Tanner. Superintendent Lisa Eckert shares regarding Rough-hewn Land: A geologic Journey from California to the Rocky Mountains “Unfold a map of North America,” author Keith Heyer Meldahl writes, “and the first thing to grab your eye is the bold shift between the Great Plains and the Rocky Mountains.” This is where we live and choose to travel. As residents or explorers of western Colorado, this book addresses simply, historically, and metaphorically, the geologic events that continue to shape our lives today. It is a conversation I can carry on with geologist brother! This book was a gift to me by a CNMA member and long-time friend! I am smiling when I reread portions of this book and almost immediately, want to hop into my car for my next vacation. In addition to the memories that you purchase at the CNMA Bookstore, it is special to have provocative and resourceful readings to grace any home or RV book shelf. Book club choice anyone? Fossils and faults, oh my! Chief of Interpretation, Karla Tanner chose The Beast in the Garden. She writes; Much more than a book chronicling the death of a boy in Idaho Springs, Colorado, this is a thought-provoking story about the years of human decisions and actions preceding that fatal cougar attack. It reads like a mystery novel and haunts long after the final page is turned. I recommend it to all readers who are interested in learning more about cougar (and human) behavior and living along an urban-wilderness interface.
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