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Hauling Water: Reflections on Making a Home in the North Woods Paperback – March 15, 2011
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"As manager of Ely's only bookstore, I've read dozens good of "my life in the wood" stories. Becca's is the best. She's funny, honest, engaging and insightful." Lisa Pekuri --Lisa Pekuri
Becca Manlove s writing is as complex as she is it s gentle, fierce, honest, funny, unafraid to be quirky, and deeply connected to the land all at once. Hauling Water is an enjoyable, complex, and captivating read about our deepest connection to the Earth and its elements told through the vehicle of everyday life and everyday events. --Catherine Holm author of My Heart is a Mountain: Tales of Magic and the Land --This text refers to the Perfect Paperback edition.
About the Author
Becca Brin Manlove s kids have mostly forgiven her for being a tree-hugging writer. She continues to make her home in the woods. In the summer, she practices gardening and makes green tomato salsa (short growing season), and the rest of the year she ski-jors behind Psycho Mantis. Becca hasn t quit her day job, but she is completing her next manuscript, Sweet Dreams, Michael. --This text refers to the Perfect Paperback edition.