Mount Misery Samuel Shem
Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
Remembering my past experience with the Mount I was very eager to go back. But there is some historical gravity to the name, too. Kitt's is known for it's beautiful beaches. Misery.” Bright and early, our group met and left the ship to go. The trail here was snow covered, flat, sunny, and offered some gorgeous views. I descended Mount Misery and continued on the Valley Creek trail which ran beside the creek. This was the Mount Misery / Blue Mountain section of the ride. They weren't good at all, but then I. Bordered on one side by the Sudbury river, its trails lead up a hill, through the woods, and past a pond. This was one of my favorite parts of the run. Samuel Shem – der Autor des Kultbuches “House of God”, das unter Ärzten und Krankenschwestern wohl zur Pflichtlektüre gehört – hat auch noch ein weiteres Buch verfasst. Jen, Scott, and I completed our last Hell and Back 180 recon ride today. The beaches are breathtaking, especially from the top of Mt. Exploring the depths of history I took a trip to Huntington's own Mount Misery. By 1833, Mount Misery's owner was Edward Covey, a farmer notorious for breaking unruly slaves for other farmers. Dr Bergman went on to write three further novels (Fine (1985), Mount Misery (1996) and The Spirit of the Place (2008)) but you can't help feel their joint work – the play "Bill W and Dr Bob" – is their proudest achievement. Not nearly as bleak as its name suggests, Mount Misery is a set of trails a few minutes' drive from our respective houses. After hiking Mount Misery, I was walking through Linden Tree Farm and snapped a couple images of these dying sunflowers.