Escalante: The best kind of nothing.

Title Escalante: The best kind of nothing.
Names Williams, Brooke.
Book Number DBC20759
Title Status Active
Medium Digital Book
Annotation The author tours the network of chasms and gorges that began forming millions of years ago on the Colorado Plateau and today constitute a desert paradise of mesas, buttes, and boundless solitude. At the center of this landscape is the region known as Escalante, 1.7 million mostly roadless acres, where silence, darkness, and emptiness have no intrusions. Adult.
Language English
Local Subject History, Utah and Wyoming - UTH
Nature & the Environment - NAT
United States - History - 973
Western - NonFiction - WESN
Travel & Geography - United States, North America - 917
LC Subject Natural history - Utah - Escalante River Region
Escalante River Region (Utah) - Pictorial works
Escalante River Region (Utah) - Description and travel
Escalante River Region (Utah) - Environmental conditions
Escalante River Region (Utah) - History
Audience Notes Male narrator. NLS/BPH
Publication Info Salt Lake City : Utah State Library Division, Program for the Blind and Disabled, 2006
Original Publication Recorded from: Tucson : University of Arizona Press, c2006. 816524580
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