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10 thoughts on “This Land Is Our Land

  1. says:

    Interesting book covers many sides of the “right to roam” argument and ramifications well I feel much better informed But I do have some advice Mr Ilgunas You need a brand A graphic A logo Something that grassroots Americans can put on t shirts and plaster on social media I went to the web and tried to look up a sign that I could buy to post on my property we two thirty somethings with five kids own 43 acres 14 of w

  2. says:

    Ilgunas has incorporated a tapestry of legal and literary references for the heartiest advocates—we can make our land free to roam

  3. says:

    I thought I knew a lot about the policy and law of the outdoor world in the United States but this book was a game changer Although it was definitely entertaining it still took me a while to get through this book especiall

  4. says:

    A thoughtful and informative argument for the idea that Americans should have the freedom to roam our own lands I like thes

  5. says:

    I read a lot of walking books and this is one of the good ones I wish Americans could buy into this idea but I get depressed considering the reach it would reuire As Ilgunas writes toward the end of the book Only

  6. says:

    I enjoyed his memoirs travel narratives Walden on Wheels and Trespassing Across America than this one I can't think of another book length argument I've read recently so I'm uncertain of what I should have expect

  7. says:

    I had uestions at first but those uestions mostly fell by the wayside as I went further into this American book a

  8. says:

    Ken Ilgunas' first two books—the pioneering #vanlife memoir WALDEN ON WHEELS and epic Keystone pipeline travelogue TRESPASSING ACROSS AMERICA—elevated the act of veering out of bounds into an art making him a man after my own heart His new book THIS LAND IS OUR LAND elegantly builds on this theme with a passionate and persuasive ode to r

  9. says:

    Interesting idea here that we should be able to walk on anyone's private property I can't imagine it happening a

  10. says:

    This book is a beautiful discussion on The Right to Roam and its significanceFrom a literary view this book holds true to the nonfiction genre by being thoroughly researched very informative and entertaining to read Ilgunas

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Summary ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Ken Ilgunas

Et their way public property may become private precious green spaces may be developed and the common good may be sacrificed for the benefit of the wealthy fewKen Ilgunas lifelong traveler hitchhiker and roamer takes readers back to the nineteenth century when Americans were allowed to journey undisturbed across the country Today though America finds itself as an outlier in the Western world as a number of European countries have created sophisticated legal systems that protect landowners and give citizens generous ro. I read a lot of walking books and this is one of the good ones I wish Americans could buy into this idea but I get depressed considering the reach it would reuire As Ilgunas writes toward the end of the book Only a society that walks will fight for the right to walk I don t think the United States is anywhere near thatI recently cut through Glacier Park as the uickest route from the east side of it to the west side Traffic was unbelievable An impatient jackass in a gigantic SUV was honking at people slowing down to watch a young grizzly bear foraging roadside We are an impatient impetuous overly entitled people who tend to think only of our own desires and conveniences If we could channel a fraction of our blather over our rights to drive whatever we want wherever we want into slower means of transportation and less abusive intrusions into the natural world like walking paths and trails we might not be such jerks to each other Heavy sighIn my fantasies of living somewhere where walking is the bulk of my means of transportation those daydreams include emigrating somewhere else Somewhere with a better view toward our intertwined existence with other lifeforms Somewhere with fewer Americans

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This Land Is Our Land

Aming rights to their countries' green spacesInspired by the United States' history of roaming and taking guidance from present day Europe Ilgunas calls into uestion our entrenched understanding of private property and provocatively proposes something unheard of opening up American private property for public recreation He imagines a future in which folks everywhere will have the right to walk safely explore freely and roam boldly from California to the New York island from the Redwood Forest to the Gulf Stream waters. I had uestions at first but those uestions mostly fell by the wayside as I went further into this American book about the right to roam or in the better but less catchy Scottish version the right of responsible access what it means how it has been applied in other countries and in early America the law in the US and what it might take to give Americans the right to roam especially locally and at the state level My biggest problem with the book is how it downplays insurance Ilgunas deals with insurance only at page 175 far too late because a lot of what he describes derives from fears of being sued even if they are in many ways exaggerated

Summary ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Ken Ilgunas

Private property is everywhere Almost anywhere you walk in the United States you will spot No Trespassing and Private Property signs on trees and fence posts In America there are than a billion acres of grassland pasture cropland and forest and miles and miles of coastlines that are mostly closed off to the public Meanwhile America's public lands are threatened by extremist groups and right wing think tanks who call for our public lands to be sold to the highest bidder and closed off to everyone else If these groups g. Ilgunas has incorporated a tapestry of legal and literary references for the heartiest advocates we can make our land free to roam

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