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Pass the butterworms : remote journeys oddly rendered

Author: Tim Cahill
Publisher: New York : Villard, ©1997.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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The author takes the reader on journeys to areas as remote as the rivers of Honduras and the grassland of Mongolia, to the geysers of Yellowstone and the deepest jungles of Peru.
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Named Person: Tim Cahill
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tim Cahill
ISBN: 0679456252 9780679456254
OCLC Number: 35121795
Description: xvi, 283 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: Thundermug: an introduction of sorts --
Mongolia: adventures in you-cut hairstyling --
"Help, my pilot just had a heart attack and I can't fly a plane" --
Buford's revenge --
Glacier Bay --
A darkness on the river --
Uncharitable thoughts at the end of my rope --
The purple sage, at 180 miles an hour --
North Pole: the easy way --
In Honduras. He who laughs --
This man cannot speak --
The Islands of Pigs --
Pirates --
The Lone Ranger --
The Ozymandias Express --
Misty Crossings --
Malaria --
On the River of Cold Fires --
In Chief Yali's shoes --
Bonaire --
Geysers --
Family values in the raw --
Working the crowd --
The Queen Charlotte Islands: life and death (hee-hee) --
Tales from the place of wonder --
The tsunami rangers --
Therapeutic perambulation --
The monks of apnea --
Search and rescue --
Among the Karowai: a Stone Age idyll.
Responsibility: Tim Cahill.
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The author takes the reader on journeys to areas as remote as the rivers of Honduras and the grassland of Mongolia, to the geysers of Yellowstone and the deepest jungles of Peru.

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