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Cabin Fever
     

Cabin Fever

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by William Sullivan
 

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Who hasn't dreamed of a summer getaway? When William L. Sullivan and his wife Janell built a log cabin in the wilds of Oregon's Coast Range, they were swept up in 25 summers of back-the-earth adventure, felling trees with a crosscut saw and confronting beaver in the refrigerator. Along the way they raised a family and puzzled out a murder mystery that had haunted

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Who hasn't dreamed of a summer getaway? When William L. Sullivan and his wife Janell built a log cabin in the wilds of Oregon's Coast Range, they were swept up in 25 summers of back-the-earth adventure, felling trees with a crosscut saw and confronting beaver in the refrigerator. Along the way they raised a family and puzzled out a murder mystery that had haunted their roadless homestead for decades.
Rich with humor and natural history, Cabin Fever will take you away to a warm world of kerosene lamplight, wood stoves, and ghost stories that may be true.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940016321356
Publisher:
Navillus Press
Publication date:
03/04/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
3 MB

Meet the Author

A native of Salem, Oregon, William L. Sullivan studied at Deep Springs College, a remote school in the California desert where his duties included milking cows by hand. After transferring to Cornell University and completing a bachelor's degree in English, he studied linguistics for two years at the University of Heidelberg, Germany. In 1979 he earned an M.A. in German literature at the University of Oregon.
In 1985 Sullivan backpacked more than a thousand miles across Oregon to research the state's wilderness areas. His journal of that adventure, "Listening for Coyote," was chosen one of Oregon's "100 Books." Since then he has authored four novels, two books on Oregon history , and many Oregon guidebooks. He also writes a monthly "Oregon Trail"s column for the Eugene Register-Guard.
When he's not writing, Sullivan plays the pipe organ,reads books in seven languages, and undertakes backcountry ski expeditions. He and his wife, Janell Sorensen, live in Eugene during the winter. They spend about six weeks each summer far from roads, mail, and telephones at their log cabin in the Oregon Coast Range, where he continues to write his books with a typewriter.

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Cabin Fever 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
So far ive only read a little bit of it but its really good. I think that it could have more details but other than that its pretty good