Bob and Margaret Wolff celebrated their wedding anniversary six months after their marriage--in case they didn't make it a full year. However, they shared a thirty-one year honeymoon before Bob's tragic accidental death. Alaskan Wolff Pack is Bob and Margaret's story, and the story of the remarkable children, friends, and pets they accumulated along the way. The delights of living in the Alaska bush amidst four legged neighbors, the closeness of sharing a one room cabin in a forty square mile yard, and the adventures of gold mining and travel; could not be dimmed by fires, floods, crashes, or death. They mostly lived from hand to mouth, often without a dime in their pockets, occasionally their material possessions were little more than the clothes on their backs, and the tooth ferry could only leave an IOU note under the children’s pillows--but their real riches were abundantly awesome.
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About the Author
Margaret Wolff found herself when she met and married her wild goose. They came to Alaska in 1965 and it is home. A retired teacher, she now lives partly in North Pole and partly on a gold mine in the Forty Mile country of Alaska. She loves reading, writing, walking, fishing, traveling, and mostly relishing her family and friends. She has three grown children, seven grand children, and hopefully will someday enjoy many great grand children.