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Why This Book Matters:
Walk in the Woods is a story of hiking adventures which led to the exploration of mystical and charming mother nature.
The Big Takeaways:
- The real beauty of nature surrounds the Appalachian Mountains.
- If Although hiking is not a simple walk, one can enjoy the mesmerizing beauty of weather and surrounding nature while hiking.
- The woods of the Appalachian Mountains are beautiful, but they possess minimal immunity from outside threats.
- Any sort of external disease can affect these trees; still, the landscapes, bushes, and trees portray an amazing sight.
- Harpers Ferry has an amazing history as well.
- This site is related to the American Civil war in which one of the slave rebellions was highlighted.
- The formation of the Appalachian Mountains was a result of continental collision.
- These mountains have amazing formation history and are subject to very minor changes with passing time.
- Apart from beauty, the Appalachian Mountains possess dangerous features.
- There are a series of white mountains that may threaten one’s life, for the subtle changes in temperature may hurt an individual.
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