"Well loved by millions, the writings of Henry van Dyke are some of the most intimate and captivating descriptions of nature ever written. He will give you the very words you long for when trying to describe the splendor of the great outdoors.
Edited for today's reader, 'Who Owns the Mountains?' is a collection of van Dyke's essays, short stories, and poetry taken from such turn-of-the-century classics as 'Days Off,' 'Fisherman's Luck,' and 'Little Rivers.' In addition, this keepsake volume includes an informative biography and beautiful etchings throughout.
You may never have an opportunity to fish for scrappy salmon in the cool, fresh waters of Quebec. You may never see the folk lands of Scotland or experience the grandeur of the Franconia Mountains of New Hampshire. But you'll think you're there, in lands untouched by time, described by one of nature's finest artists."