Welcome to the March 2021 issue of online magazine Perceptive Travel, the home of great travel stories from book authors and the latest notable travel book reviews:
Return to Death Valley by Debi Goodwin
A long-time lover of Death Valley returns to see if the park still has its magic after her life has changed.
Kayaking the Calusa Blueway in Florida by Tim Leffel
While tens of thousands of motorboats ply the Gulf Coast of Florida waters each day, skimming the water at a slower pace reveals a lot more details along the shores.
Mount Whitney or Die by Sherry Shahan
Climbing to the summit of a 4,400-meter peak is never easy, but hiking to the top and back in one day takes a giant leap of faith—or a dose of insanity.
Hiking in Teddy Roosevelt's Footsteps in Yosemite by Chris Epting
In a turning point for nature preservation and national parks in the USA, President Teddy Roosevelt goes camping with John Muir in the grandeur of the American West.
How Ted Turner Helped Me Fall in Love With Nature by Judith Fein
A certified city slicker ventures into the American West and discovers a whole other world, one to be admired instead of feared.
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