Synopsis: This traveler's guidebook takes the reader on a virtual sightseeing and educational jaunt along the Grand Canyon’s South Rim. Thus, conveying all aspects of the canyon: geology, natural and human history, including six addenda on relevant subject matter (i.e., facts about the Colorado Plateau, things to do and see in Grand Canyon Village, and a lexicon of geologic terms. Using the interpretive walking timeline trail as a means to disseminate information to the reader, the text presents common details in an uncommon way. Specifically, a demotic writing style that changes the academics of geoscience, natural and human history into a casual parlance employed by many guides addressing tour groups. Along The Trail Of Time, therefore, feigns its own tour, only in a literary sense, while explaining details without sermonizing.

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PDF page count (for softcover text): 258 pages