One Man's Wilderness: An Alaskan Odyssey Quotes

Sam Kieth
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"'This is truly God's country,' I said, my eyes roving above the spruce tips to the high peaks." Chapter 1, pp. 20

"When you have miles and miles of lakefront and picture views to consider, it is difficult to select a building site. The more a man looks, the fussier he gets. I had given much thought to mine. It sat atop a knoll about seventy-five feet back from a bight in the shoreline. There was a good beach for landing a canoe, and a floatplane also could be brought in there easily." Chapter 2, pp. 34

"The cabin is in a good spot. That up-the-lake wind is blocked by the timber and brush between the cabin and the mouth of Hope Creek." Chapter 2, pp. 44

"August 8th. Really had a time here this afternoon. I looked up from my letter-writing to chew on my pen end and peer down the lake through...

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