Epic Solitude: A Story of Survival and a Quest for Meaning in the Far North Audiobook (Free)
All her life, Katherine Keith has hungered for remote, wild places that fill her spirit with freedom and peacefulness. Her travels consider her across America, nonetheless it is in the huge and rugged panorama of Alaska that she finds her true house. Alaska is actually a place where people disappear-at least a couple thousand go lacking each year. However the same huge and rugged scenery that added to so many people being lost is precisely what has received her found.
She and her husband build a vacation cabin mls on the subject of Epic Solitude: A Story of Survival and a Search for Meaning in the Far North from the nearest road and produce a lifestyle of love. An idyllic lifestyle, but with isolation and brutal living conditions can also come heartbreak. Chopping wood and hauling drinking water are not simply elements of a Zen proverb but a requirement for survival. Keith experiences tragic reduction and must press on, with her infant daughter, only in the Alaskan backcountry.
Long-distance puppy sledding opens a door to a new existence. Racing over the state of Alaska supplies the on top of that worlds by combining raw wilderness with solitude and athleticism. The Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Competition, the “Last Great Race on the planet,” remains a true test of personality and offers the opportunity to intimately explore the frontier that she’s come to like.
With every thousand miles of winter trail traversed altogether solitude, she confronts challenges that awaken internal demons, summoning all of the inner grief and rage that lies dormant. In the tradition of Cheryl Strayed’s Wild and John Krakauer’s Into the Wild, Epic Solitude is the powerful and touching tale of how one female discovered her way-both despite and because of-the problems of living and racing in the remote control wilderness.