In a dozen short fiction stories-some taken from true events-the newspaper reporter of more than 40 years tries to show contradictory slices of life on Grays and Willapa Harbors. "The Harbor(s) is like the South," a friend of his once said. "You have to be born to it to understand it." Web adds, "-and even we don't understand it very well. Yet we feel compelled to try to explain it, whether anyone wants to hear us or not." Thus Pure Sawdust is offered for the guffawing expatriate or the outsider who would confront, for the first time, bizarre life from Westport Lighthouse to Pluvius.
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