- Title: Woodswoman III: Book Three of the Woodswoman's Adventures
- Author: Anne LaBastille
- ISBN: 9780963284617
- Page: 290
- Format: Paperback
Woodswoman III Book Three of the Woodswoman s Adventures Paperback
Recent Comments "Woodswoman III: Book Three of the Woodswoman's Adventures"
As much as I enjoyed the first two books in this series of four Woodswoman memoirs by Anne LaBastille, giving both high marks, there is a distinct dip in quality of copy in this third book. Woodswoman III is the first in the series that LaBastille has published herself, under the same name with which she refers to her wilderness cabin—West of the Wind. Indeed, a disproportionate part of this story is about her venture in self-publishing and very little about wilderness living.The Woodswoman se [...]
I really enjoyed the first 2 books but I had a hard time getting through the last half of this one. The first half was good but then there is only so much I can read about someone's dogs. The subject was exhausted fast in my opinion.
Just finished this, though I milked it and milked it. I've been sad since Anne passed away last summer of 2011. No more new books from such a vibrant soul. It was heart-wrenching to read in places about how she wanted to come back to her cabin for many, many more years and live to her 90's like her friend, Rodney. Not to be.So many memorable passages that are from such a wise woman like on pg. 222, how to be single/alone and healthy and proud in one's 50's and 60's. She's an inspiration.And her [...]
Mind you, I am a great fan of Dr. LaBastille and have nearly all of her books; most of them signed. However, this third installment of her career as a "woodswoman" seems achingly final. All three books are adventures in the North Woods, however, this one clearly shows how her writing has matured with her own experiences. With harsher stories of vandals, environmental scoundrels and the personal tragedies, she seems to counter it all with great stories of bravery, incredible freindships and profo [...]
Ah, the third book in the Woodswoman series, and as expected, I devoured it! I can't quite pinpoint what it is about these books or Anne LaBastille's story that draws me in. Perhaps it's a combination of her writing, her story and the romance of living life as part of nature. Whatever it is, I love everything about reading the Woodswoman books. .Ok, that is not entirely true, there is one thing I don't like about reading these booksI hate to finish them! You don't need to be a feminist, environm [...]
This wasn't as good as the others. It was not bad, but Not great either.
Still readable, but not nearly as compelling as the first two parts of Anne's autobiography about her life in a log cabin in the Adirondacks, NY.
Best Read [Anne LaBastille] ↠ Woodswoman III: Book Three of the Woodswoman's Adventures || [Comics Book] PDF ↠ 290 Anne LaBastille
Title: Best Read [Anne LaBastille] ↠ Woodswoman III: Book Three of the Woodswoman's Adventures || [Comics Book] PDF ↠