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Posted October 28, 2000
Undaunted by the rigors of pioneer life in depression-era western Canada, the writer exhibits a zest for life and enthusiasm for new things that is very refreshing. The true story of a woman who gives up life in San Francisco to move to the wilderness to begin life with her husband. As the pages unfold, we learn along with the writer the disappointments and great joys that pioneer life can bring. The setting is a large and remote lake in British Columbia, where their cabin is accessible only by boat. A delightful story of love, courage and acceptance.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.