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Tschiffely"s ride

Tschiffely, A. F.

Tschiffely"s ride

being the account of 10,000 miles in the saddle through the Americas from Argentina to Washington. Edited and abridged.

by Tschiffely, A. F.

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Published by University of London Press in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • South America -- Description and travel.,
  • Central America -- Description and travel.,
  • Mexico -- Description and travel.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesPilot books, 8
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF2223 T7 1962
    The Physical Object
    Pagination191p.
    Number of Pages191
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14301012M


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Tschiffely"s ride by Tschiffely, A. F. Download PDF EPUB FB2

InA. Tschiffely decided to follow his dream. He planned his route, purchased supplies, and readied his two Criollo horses, Mancha and Gato, and set off to ride from Buenos Aires, Argentina to New York City-- a journey of over ten thousand miles/5(73).

InA. Tschiffely decided to follow his dream. He planned his route, purchased supplies, and readied his two Criollo horses, Mancha and Gato, and set off to ride from Buenos Aires, Argentina to New York City-- a journey of over ten thousand miles/5(54).

Tschiffely's Ride. First published by Heinemann in with the title From Southern Cross to Pole Star, this book was the most popular equestrian travel title of the twentieth century, and inspired more people to get in the saddle than any other. The. His ensuing first book, Tschiffely's Ride sold more copies than any other Long Rider book in the twentieth century.

For more information about this astonishing journey, please go to the Articles page. Here is the moving postscript Tschiffely wrote to the rare edition of Tschiffely's Ride, in which he comments on the changes in the half.

From the southeast coast of South America through an expanse of Peruvian sands en route to the West Coast, then onward through Central American jungles and rainforest, and finally to New York, Tschiffely's journey was considered impossible and absurd by many newspaper writers in However, after /5.

In addition to the remarkable details of his travel expedition, Tschiffely’s relationship with his horses, Mancha and Gato, is perhaps the most endearing element of the book, and his photos of the people and places he encountered make Tschiffely’s Ride the perfect travel companion for adventure ed on: Aug   The book is basically a diary of Tschiffely's ride from inception to end, he writes simply of the trails taken, the hardships and joys and the people he met along the way.

This is a tale of a bygone era when great adventures were undertaken without enormous budgets or near hysterical live reportage/5(64).

The book is basically a diary of Tschiffely's ride from inception to end, he writes simply of the trails taken, the hardships and joys and the people he met along the way. This is a tale of a bygone era when great adventures were undertaken without enormous budgets or near hysterical live reportage.5/5(5).

A. Tschiffely (–) was a Swiss-born teacher, writer, and travel enthusiast. After a brief stint in professional football and boxing in England during his early twenties, he moved to Argentina to teach and eventually serve as the temporary headmaster of the Buenos Aires English HighBrand: Skyhorse Publishing.

Often imitated but never outdone, this timeless book remains the most beloved equestrian travel classic of all time. So saddle up for the ride of a lifetime.

But beware: the story of Tschiffely's Ride has inspired five generations to take to the saddle in Author: Aime Tschiffely. A unique sort of travel book, and one that is particularly entertaining reading in connection with AndrÉ Siegfried's IMPRESSIONS OF SOUTH AMERICA (reviewed below).

It is a fascinating personal Tschiffelys ride book, an account of a ride which lasted over two years, which took the author through steamy tropical jungles, o foot Andean ranges, across deserts, and through.

"Ask anyone to name the most inspirational equestrian travel book ever written and they will respond, Tschiffely's Ride" (The Long Riders' Guild).

From the southeast coast of South America through an expanse of Peruvian sands en route to the West. Get this from a library. Tschiffely's ride. [A F TSCHIFFELY] COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information.

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"Absurd!" "The man's mad!" In this way many people stated their opinions, some publicly, some privately, when the news came out that somebody was going to attempt to ride from Buenos Aires to New York with two native Argentine horses.

InA. Tschiffely decided to follow his dream. PDF Tschiffelys Ride Ten Thousand Miles in the Saddle from Southern Cross to Pole Star Download Full Ebook.

No one knew they were looking at a hero and his two horses. Instead the local press derided him as "a lunatic proposing to ride overland to New York." The time was The place, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Standing on the threshold of equestrian travel history was a young Swiss Long Rider named Aim Tschiffely.

Next to him were his two faithful Criollo horses, Mancha and. Tschiffely's Ride by Tschiffely, A.F Edition: First Edition Book condition: Good Book Description.

Hodder and Stoughton. Good in Poor dust jacket. First Edition Thus. Hardcover. Clean & tightly bound hardback book with no inscriptions, in a price clipped dustjacket which is chipped and creased, has loss at spine and foldovers.

In addition to the remarkable details of his travel expedition, Tschiffely’s relationship with his horses, Mancha and Gato, is perhaps the most endearing element of the book, and his photos of the people and places he encountered make Tschiffely’s Ride the perfect travel companion for adventure enthusiasts/5(55).

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This is the first book review I have ever written whereby I could not let the opportunity to go by without giving the respect, Tschiffely and his two /5(54). No one since has rivalled their accomplishments. Often imitated but never outdone, this timeless book remains the most beloved equestrian travel classic of all time.

So saddle up for the ride of a lifetime. But beware: the story of Tschiffely's Ride has inspired five generations to take to the saddle in search of mounted adventure/5(54). TSCHIFFELYS RIDE, Being the Account of Miles in the Saddle Through the Americas from Argentina to Washington Tschiffely, A.F., With.

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Title: Tschiffely's Ride Author: A. Tschiffely Book binding: Hardcover Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton Year of publication: Condition: GOOD. Description. Second Impression. pages. No dust jacket. Green cloth with gilt lettering, contains photographic plates.

Pages remain bright with moderate foxing to text block edge and Seller Rating: % positive. Aimé Félix Tschiffely. 57 likes. Aimé Félix Tschiffely was a Swiss-born, Argentine professor, writer, and adventurer.

Tschiffely wrote a number of. Author:Aimé Tschiffely Language: eng Format: epub Published: T+ Download. Often imitated but never outdone, this timeless book remains the most beloved equestrian travel classic of all time.

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The RIDE is implementing a new software system called Routematch this winter. We expect you to benefit from more predictable and timely rides and new website features. An email enquiry today had as its footnote a quote from long rider A F Tschiffely, and sent me right back to my childhood when I read this amazing book, Tschiffely’s Ride.

Tschiffely rode two Criollo horses o miles from Buenos Aires to Washington DC inarriving there in after many and. Aimé Félix Tschiffely (May 7, – January 5, ) was a Swiss-born, Argentine professor, writer, and adventurer.

Tschiffely (as he was better known) wrote a number of books, most famously Tschiffely's Ride () in which he recounts his solo journey on horseback from Argentina to New York City, an epic adventure that still marks one of the greatest horse rides.

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Swiss born Aimé Felix Tschiffely () rode from Buenos Aires to Washington D.C. ina trip that took three years. Most people thought he was mad to attempt such a trip that included searing deserts, raging rivers, crocodiles, impossibly steep mountains, wild tribes, mud holes and quicksand with just two aged Crillio horses, Mancha and Gato as.

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Cover photograph courtesy of Basha O’Reilly, Executor of the Tschiffely. Reading this book was an interesting way to compare this particular journey with others. The author’s experiences can be compared, for example, to that of the noted long-distance horsemen of Argentina [1], and the author’s brief trip on the Stella Lykes can be compared to the lengthier trip of John McPhee on that same ship.A book for those who love horses, but not exclusively so.

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