The Wild Muir: Twenty-two of John Muir's Greatest Adventures Quotes

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"Dinna greet, Davie, dinna greet, I'll help ye doon. If you greet, fayther will hear, and gee us baith an awfu' skelping." (Chapter 1, pg. 6.)

"Never again from that day to this have I lost control of myself in water." (Chapter 2, pg. 12.)

"Tell me what you will of the benefactions of city civilization, of the sweet security of the streets—all as part of the natural upgrowth of man towards the high destiny we hear so much of. I know that our bodies were made to thrive only in pure air, and the scenes in which pure air is found." (Chapter 3, pg.18.)

"I bade adieu to all my mechanical inventions, determined to devote the rest of my life to the study of the inventions of God." (Chapter 4, pg. 23.)

"This time it is real—all must die, and where could mountaineers find a more glorious death!" (Chapter 6, pg...

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