As summer gives way to fall, and fall to winter, we usually have more time to read, as there's less daylight outside.
A book that recently fell into my hands, courtesy of my wife, is Richard Bartlett's Great Surveys of the American West. This wonderful book, published in 1980, traces the paths that Ferdinand Hayden, Clarence King, and Major John Wesley Powell took in their grand and ambitious explorations of the West. Though it's been more than three decades since this book arrived, it's wonderful reading if you enjoy history and the national parks.
What's on your reading list these days?