By William Lowell Putnam
Joseph Brooks Dodge was an important early figure in skiing and ski race officiating in the 1930s, but he was much more as well. As manager of the AMC’s hut system, based at the trailhead to Tuckerman Ravine, Dodge was an archetypal mountain authority, explorer, raconteur, rescue organizer, role model, and inventive user of profanity. William Putnam’s lively account is a must-read for anyone interested in the White Mountains and the early days of alpine skiing
Now in paperback after years out of print, this book tells the story of his life in the colorful dialect that he was known for.
2012, paperback, 161 pages
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