Soul of the Sky: Exploring the Human Side of the very foggy Deer Isle archipelago in the Gulf of Weather D. Thurlow and C. R. Adler, Eds. 1999. Maine during the summer of his twentieth high school 150 pp. $12.95. Paperbound. The Mount Washington reunion. His essay has a touch of humor, which I re- Observatory. ISBN 0-931 1 34-99-4. ally enjoyed. A passage on page 107 describes his re- action to Sea Kayaking, a how-to guide written by John Dowd: "But when dealing with a large approaching Soul of the Sky is a close encounter of the multiple vessel that, due to heavy fog, you cannot see—and that literary kind. Twenty-two different authors bring their cannot see you—Mr. Dowd's bible of sea kayaking varied fascinations for weather together into a collec- recommends that you paddle toward the sound. Ex- tion of short essays that intentionally withdraw from cuse me? And would Mr. Dowd advise hikers to the sphere of formal science and enter the metaphori- charge directly toward the gnashing teeth of a roaring cal and anecdotal realms of personal insight and ex- grizzly bear? 'Naw, don't veer off, or back up, or even perience. In the preface,
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