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  • Author:
    Elaine Brook,Julie Donnelly
  • ISBN:
    0862201713
  • ISBN13:
    978-0862201715
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  • Publisher:
    Chivers Large print (Chivers, Windsor, Paragon & C; New Ed edition (November 11, 1986)
  • Pages:
    258 pages
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not because of her blindness but because I think she was more apt to discuss her relationship to both her physical journey as well as her emotional journey. The book seemed very cold. As if the author were trying to simulate strong joyfu I don't know what I was expecting but I know this book did NOT deliver. I simply hope that Elaine was forced into an early publication date otherwise I think Elaine should stick to climbing.

Author: Elaine Brook, Julie Donnelly. Julie Donnelly has been blind since the age of 8, as a result of glaucoma. She worked as a switchboard operator in a London bank, to which she was escorted every day by her yellow Labrador guide dog Bruno

Author: Elaine Brook, Julie Donnelly. Category: No category. She worked as a switchboard operator in a London bank, to which she was escorted every day by her yellow Labrador guide dog Bruno. To her, Bruno was a lifeline, a release from the prison of the white stick and a nightmare of exhausting tension which at one time drove her to invent any excuse for refusing to step out of the safe cocoon of her home. Everest never entered her head in those days.

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The Windhorse by Elaine Brook Julie Donnelly (1986-01-09) Hardcover. The Windhorse (Windsor Selections) ) Julie Donnelly has been blind since the age of 8, as a result of glaucoma. The adventure Elaine and Julie planned and undertook together - to trek in winter to the 18,000-foot summit of Kala Patthar, 500 feet above Everest Base Camp in Nepal - seemed to many unthinkable. Neither of them had any money, and while Julie summoned up sponsors by telephone, Elaine went to Nepal as a tour courier, to make local arrangements with Sherpa porters.

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Elaine Donnelly is an American conservative activist and anti-feminist principally concerned with preserving the traditional culture of the . She is the founder of the Center for Military Readiness which opposes the service of gay and transgender people and favors limiting the positions open to women in the United States military. It has been described as a right-wing organisation by the SPLC and other sources.

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Series: Windsor Selections

Series: Windsor Selections. Galsworthy was a very traditional Victorian/Edwardian writer in his style, despite making his books social criticisms of Victorian/Edwardian values; his best work coincided with the rise of artistic modernism, which has tended to overshadow his more traditional approach.

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Julie Donnelly has been blind since the age of 8, as a result of glaucoma. She worked as a switchboard operator in a London bank, to which she was escorted every day by her yellow Labrador guide dog Bruno. To her, Bruno was a lifeline, a release from the prison of the white stick and a nightmare of exhausting tension which at one time drove her to invent any excuse for refusing to step out of the safe cocoon of her home. Everest never entered her head in those days. For someone with as much adventuring spirit and curiosity about the world as Julie has, the frustration of physical handicap was hard to bear. It was when she met Elaine Brook that her life suddenly opened up. She found in their friendship the warmth and understanding of a kindred spirit and a fresh window on to the world. For Elaine is an experienced mountaineer who has travelled widely in North and South America, spent much of the last few years in her beloved Himalayas, where she shares the life of Nepalese mountain people in whose language she is fluent. The adventure Elaine and Julie planned and undertook together - to trek in winter to the 18,000-foot summit of Kala Patthar, 500 feet above Everest Base Camp in Nepal - seemed to many unthinkable. Neither of them had any money, and while Julie summoned up sponsors by telephone, Elaine went to Nepal as a tour courier, to make local arrangements with Sherpa porters. This account of their astonishing achievement is far more than one of indomitable courage and derring-do. It is also a moving story of inner exploration, told with a lightness of touch and unfailing humour, which will be an inspiration to us all.