Lonesome: Memoirs of a Wilderness Dog by Chris Czajkowski
17.95 plus 5% gst = 18.85
Soft Cover, 240 pages
20.2 x 15.2 x 1.4 cm
Touchwood Editions, October 2004
Lonesome, Memoirs of a Wilderness Dog is a story that will make readers laugh and cry. Lonesome (named after Lonesome Lake in the Tweedsmuir Provincial Park, British Columbia) was not a wilderness dog by choice. She was mentioned a couple of times in Chris’s wilderness dweller’s books, but felt she had not been given enough credit so decided to write her own story about life with Chris.
Spanning the years at Chris’s first cabin near Lonesome Lake (Cabin at Singing River) plus time at Nuk Tessli, Lonesome tells through the eyes of an intelligent, faithful dog who could never figure out why her human chose such an isolated, uncomfortable, and bear-filled life.
Charmingly illustrated by Christina Clarke, it is by far and away Chris’s best seller
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Taking up where Lonesome, the first bestselling wilderness dog, left off, here is another wilderness memoir from the perspective of Chris Czajkowski’s canine companions.
Living alone in the remote wilderness, Chris Czajkowski has given her dogs a rich life, although not without its difficulties. Often residing in areas accessible only by float plane, the dogs have encountered grizzlies and cougars, slept in the snow, hiked with packs of food and equipment, and occasionally gotten themselves into scrapes, such as becoming lost in the wild or falling through ice into a freezing river.
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Your book is interesting. I like it so much. I will introduce my friends. Thank you. Hope you will write more
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