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"Trekkerman is about a man who finds wonderment around every bend in the trail, every turn in the road, and every twist on the path of life. This entertaining and informative book puts the reader in Ric Samulski's shoes as he travels through his own "Bucket List" of treks that he began when he turned 60." -Fred Pflughoft, author/photographer, Wind River Range Impressions, Wyoming Wild & Beautiful, Great Lodges of the National Parks "This is the book I've been looking for. At the age of sixty, Ric Samulski began undertaking long-distance treks, including Scotland's West Highland Way, Nepal's Annapurna Circuit, and Patagonia's Paine Circuit. Trekkerman is a tour-de-force with references to legendary personalities of the Great Outdoors-John Muir, Colin Fletcher, Maurice Herzog and more. This book belongs in the library of hikers, trekkers, climbers, and pilgrims." -Bill "Skywalker" Walker, author, Skywalker: Highs and Lows on the Pacific Crest Trail, Skywalker - Close Encounters on the Appalachian Trail, The Best Way: El Camino de Santiago "I'm hearing great things about Ric's book. I'm only sorry that I'm not around to read it." -John Muir (1838-1914), author, A Thousand Mile Walk to the Gulf ABOUT THE AUTHOR: A Niagara Falls, NY native, Ric Samulski received a B.A in history from Niagara University. He and his wife, Rosemary, moved to Wyoming and began exploring its mountains and wilderness areas. After teaching in the public high school in Riverton, WY, and then on the Wind River Indian Reservation, he and Rosemary published The Pinedale Roundup, Pinedale's weekly newspaper. He and his wife spend summers in Pinedale, hiking in the Wind Rivers, and winters in New Mexico, near the Gila Wilderness.