Whistler's Way

Whistler's Way

A Thru-Hikers Adventure On The Pacific Crest Trail

William Monk

$9.99

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In Whistler's Way, Bill Monk's second and much-anticipated book, the intrepid 60 year-old tackles the wildly gorgeous Pacific Crest Trail, 2,653 miles from the Mexican border to British Columbia, from sea level to a nosebleed-inducing 13,153 feet, a truly life-changing trek. Bill brings readers along on his epic journey, describing every detail of five long months filled with breathtaking views, heart-stopping danger, and unrelenting adventure, testing his physical and mental stamina to the limit. Readers will be delighted that he is joined by his friend Scooby for the first couple of months. People who have hiked or plan on hiking the Pacific Crest Trail, lovers of nature, and those who want know what it's like to accomplish a seemingly insurmountable goal will relish this uplifting story, which paints a magnificent portrait of the outdoors and what it's like to fully immerse oneself in nature's glorious, awe-inspiring, and occasionally very challenging beauty.


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William Monk:
Born in New York and raised in Miami, Bill Monk worked for 31 years as a district manager for a large supermarket chain in the United States. Since his retirement, he has lived in Nova Scotia, Canada, with his wife of thirty-eight years, Ann Marie. Together they own and operate A Seafaring Maiden Bed and Breakfast, Ann Marie’s 140-year-old ancestral home in Granville Ferry, Nova Scotia. An outdoor enthusiast, Bill enjoys hiking, kayaking, snowshoeing, and biking, and his hobbies include furniture restoration, woodworking, and the loving care and maintenance of their historic heritage home. Born in New York and raised in Miami, Bill Monk worked for 31 years as a district manager for a large supermarket chain in the United States. Since his retirement, he has lived in Nova Scotia, Canada, with his wife of thirty-eight years, Ann Marie. Together they own and operate A Seafaring Maiden Bed and Breakfast, Ann Marie's 140-year-old ancestral home in Granville Ferry, Nova Scotia. An outdoor enthusiast, Bill enjoys hiking, kayaking, snowshoeing, and biking, and his hobbies include furniture restoration, woodworking, and the loving care and maintenance of their historic heritage home.

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