by Douglas Wood
Pfeifer-Hamilton Publishers, 1993.
176 pages, paperback
Very Good Condition
Cover is a little shelf worn. Page ends are lightly foxed. Text is unmarked. No creases in the spine.
Each page contains a paragraph or two of the author’s prose that often reads like poetry, celebrating wild nature and the art of paddling a canoe through the North Woods. Quotes by Thoreau, Sigurd Olson, William Douglas, and others scattered throughout the text. Illustrated with beautiful, black and white drawings by the author.