The ground violently pitched Dusty about like a rag doll, he grabbed for the log he had been standing close to, but it too was being tossed about. At that instant a cracking, grinding sound came to his ears and a cavernous crack opened at his feet. Looking down, Dusty saw cold murky water and realized the place he had chosen to rest wasn't a clearing at all. It was a small lake!
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What Readers are Saying A must read for everyone, young and old with adventure in their heart and a love for the great outdoors. Jack Lewis, Sourdough Mining Company Restaurant, Anchorage, Alaska
At last; a book for all ages for the entire family to enjoy. John Stepp Jr., Stepp Brothers Lincoln Mercury, Anchorage , Alaska
I am a teacher and your books are wonderful. Stephanie Dale, Palm City, FloridaAbout the Author:
The acclaimed author of A Gift for Dusty and The Trail to Wrangell, Glen Guy, has a love for the wilderness going back to his childhood. He and his wife, and their faithful wolf-dog, Shadow Spirit, live much the lifestyle he writes about, in a log cabin along the banks of the Little Susitna River, north of Wasilla, Alaska. Guy, Alaska's beloved storyteller, performs his character, Dusty Sourdough, on stage nightly during summer in Alaska, and performs at fairs and conventions and visits schools throughout the United States during winter.
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Book Description Publication Consultants, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 1. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX1888125233
Book Description Old Alaska Today, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111888125233
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