The War Against the Beavers is a wry and funny account of two people’s ten-year apprenticeship in backwoods living. Juxtaposing idyllic descriptions—hiking and cross-country skiing, swimming and canoeing in clear waters—with the intensive labor of maintaining a wilderness homestead, Conley draws a beguiling picture of the ups and downs of backwoods living.
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