Softcover, 163 Pages.
Here are Michael Tougias' hilarious adventures from a tiny A-frame cabin in Northern Vermont where he learns that nature has a way of becoming our instructor. Follow Tougias as he shares his transformation from a naive flatlander into an accomplished outdoor writer coping with —and learning to love—his own little piece of wilderness. This funny, honest and personal account is the perfect book for anyone who loves the outdoors and loves to laugh.
"Tougias recounts his experiences with candor and humor. He blends the adventures of Lewis and Clark with the vision of John Muir." -Cape Cod Times
"This is an honest book that asks us to admit our ignorance of much of the natural process and our fears of all those unknown things that 'go bump in the night' when we visit friends in the country. Tougias tempers each small disaster with good humor and a growing love for a world that he at first finds completely foreign, but which he ultimately realizes he cannot part with." -Bill Eddy, author of The Other Side of the World