Best EPub, Babe In The Woods By Yvonne Wakefield This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book Babe In The Woods , Essay By Yvonne Wakefield Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You When she was 18, Yvonne Wakefield took the inheritance intended to pay for her college, bought 80 acres in the Oregon mountains, and built her own log cabin home.Wakefield s new memoir, Babe in the Woods Building a Life One Log at a Time, explores her relationship with woodsy things and how Yvonne built a life for herself after becoming an orphan at 14 It is a straight forward story of survival in a pre digital age, mainly alone, in the wilderness, motivated by the goal of building a home. Babe in the Woods is a rundown of the author s first 12 18 months or so after deciding to build her own log cabin in land she purchases, at age 18, in central Oregon It reads as a bit of a cross between The Good Life and Cheryl Strayed s Wild, reviewing a tumultuous childhood during which she is orphaned, moves from home to home, and is separated from her siblings This is planned as Part 1 of a three part series about the author s time living in this log cabin, and while I enjoyed this book, there is a lot she leaves unsaid, questions unanswered I would have liked a little Scott Helen Nearing details of day to day life and less recap of drug fueled crazy afternoon But overall a good, inspiring read. This book is a true story about a teenager, the author, Yvonne, who becomes orphaned at a young age and moves West, to the Woods of Oregon This book was gripping and written based on the journals that she kept I could not put this book down It is written with humor, her struggles and fascinating details about building a log cabin in the wilderness and the people who choose to live in the wilderness I admired Yvonne s determination and guts I cannot wait until her two sequels to this book are published Great story for rainy Oregon days in November by the woodstove This is an awesome book, that kept me fully engaged from the 1st laugh out loud chapter to the end Yvonne has a wonderfully descriptive writing style that enables you to see the places and people in her book I found it so interesting and well written, I read it in a couple of days Her dream of a cabin at age 14 was a fixed point and dream for her to focus on that helped her get past the death of her parents It was a way to heal, even in the midst of the difficulties she encountered actually moving her dream out of her head and into concrete realization There were also the very real emotional struggles, the process of working through them, as we all must in this messy world I am eagerly waiting for books 2 and 3 Her dogged determination is wonderful and inspiring We can all learn a lesson in not giving up in the blackest of times, the sun will always shine again and healing does come Five stars I received a copy as an Early Reviewer from Babe in the Woods Building a Life One Log at a Time by Yvonne Wakefield is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in late ish June.Adored it Not just because Wakefield starts out her story in my home state, but because I was expecting the dulcet, motivational tones of an outdoorsy book and, instead, got philosophized Beat poetry Hardscrabble made beautiful Opulent ink sketches A whole ecosystem in one sentence This book deserves a hardcover, hand bound edition to be placed on a planed mahogany bookshelf, yes, inside of a cabin to read on a lazy, flame warmed and afghan swaddled, winter evening.
Yvonne Pepin Wakefield and Yvonne Wakefield Suitcase Filled with Nails Lessons Learned from Teaching Art in Kuwait, her most recent publication, is published under Yvonne Wakefield and includes links to print on demand images of her artwork At the age of 18 Yvonne built a log cabin in the Oregon mountains, and is currently working on a series of three books about this and subsequent experienc
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