2021 was a great year to devour books.
Thankfully, the Audible app increased my ability to listen to some amazing reads this past year.
Out of the books listed in this post, only one of them was read without Audible.
Since my eye surgery on August of 2020, it is a challenge to pick up and read the pages of most books.
The eye surgery has been a challenge yes, but it actually has given me the ability to get through more books because I’m listening in my car or while working in my garage or going on a hike.
I won’t give a description or review you can do that on your own.
I will simply place them in order as to which ones I loved the best starting with #1.
Undaunted Courage by Stephen Ambrose.
The Imperfect Pastor by Zack Eswine.
Canoeing The Mountains by Tod Bolsinger
The Journals Of Lewis and Clark by Nicholas Biddle
The Forever Dog by Rodney Habib and Dr.Karen Shaw Becker
The Chocolate Soldier by CT Studd
Son Of The Wilderness by Linnie Marsh Wolfe
When Jesus Stole My Bread by Paul Durbin
Landscapes Of The Sacred by Belden Lane
Billionaire Wilderness by Justin Farrell
Necessary Endings by Dr. Henry Cloud
Bushcraft 101 by Dave Canfield
Didn’t See It Coming by Carey Nieuwhof
Drawn by Jeremy Collins
The Wild Muir
Reforesting You Faith by Matthew Sleeth
Wilderness The Gateway To The Soul by Scott Stillman
The Emotionally Healthy Leader by Peter Scazzero
Dream Big by Bob Goff
David Crockett by David Crockett
Christian Outdoor Leadership by Ashley Denton (Re- read)
The Responsible Company by Yvon Chouinard
Poets Of Nature
Backpacking With The Saints by Belden Lane
(a favorite and third time of reading this one.)
While the Apostle Paul was in lock down he had a desire to read in the warmth of his cloak.
bring the cloak that I left with Carpus at Troas, and my scrolls, especially the parchments.
– 2 Timothy 4:13
I am really looking forward to hiking with the friends on my book self this next year,