• John J. "Jim" Rowlands, the author, came upon Cache Lake unexpectedly in a remote section of the North Country.
• He returned a week later and operated his position for a lumber company from a temporary camp there.
• Jim was surprised to find an old Indian friend from years past, Chief Tibeash, who lived in the same area.
• Jim got assistance from his company to construct a cabin on the lake.
• Together with a third acquaintance, Hank, they all lived on separate lakes within a short distance from each other and quickly became tight friends.
• Jim had learned much from Chief Tibeash when he was young, and now he would convey what life was like at Cache Lake.
• The lake was named Cache as the term referred to a safe storage location.
• Cache Lake Country would be written in somewhat of a chronicle style with each of the next 12 chapters devoted...
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