Rich with humor and natural history, this memoir of building a log cabin in the wilds of Oregon's Coast Range takes readers to a warm world of kerosene lamplight, wood stoves, and ghost stories.
Written by a finalist for the Oregon Book Award in creative nonfiction, Cabin Fever recounts 25 summers of back-to-the-earth adventure -- and also solves a murder mystery that had haunted the author's roadless homestead. Includes 38 pen-and-ink illustrations by Janell Sorensen.
280 pages, 6"x9", 1 map, 35 b/w illustrations
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Bill and Janell built the cabin using only hand tools, including an ax and a crosscut saw
The cabin has no road, so it is accessed by a 1.5-mile hiking trail