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Marjorie Turner Hollman
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About me

Marjorie Turner Hollman is a freelance writer/ editor who loves the outdoors, uses hiking poles to maintain mobility on the trail, and has completed five books in the Easy Walks guide book series. Several of these guides are collaborations with travelers from other locations. The two most recent guides are Easy Walks South of Boston, the just released Easy Walks and Paddles in Milwaukee takes the series into an urban environment. "My Liturgy of Easy Walks" is a memoir, the back story of her Easy Walks book series. This latest book offers meditations on learning to live with a changed life. A native Floridian, she came north for college and snow! She has appeared on Boston’s ABC news show, Chronicle; Boston’s CBS Channel 4; the Boston Globe; local radio and cable TV shows; and been published in local, regional, and national publications.

Why did you join the community?

Looking for travel resources, ideas from other travel writers. I welcome collaborators who are interested in providing fieldwork to create additional trail guides in the Easy Walks series.

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  • Great topic, appreciate Marcus' straightforward approach to the topic.

  • What a wonderful thing it is to hear you (and others) are finding this article helpful. Best in your own writing efforts.

  • From the perspective of the disability community, especially those of us who are mobility impaired, websites are a great help for most current information. However, smaller, potentially accessible trails are often overseen by very small land trusts and ... show more

  • We stopped at Mistaken Point in Newfoundland but were not able to get out to see the fossils (very rough terrain and you need a reservation to visit otherwise restricted access to the area containing fossils). There is a museum that offers great details... show more

  • Hi, Rachel--I have twice visited Gros MOrne in Newfoundland and have written four different blog posts about our time there, with lots of details that may be helpful to potential visitors. I have also stopped at Stonehammer Geopark in St. John, New Brun... show more

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