Rich with humor and natural history, this memoir describes 25 summers of back-to-the-earth adventure as author William L. Sullivan and his wife Janell build a log cabin by hand along a roadless river deep in the wilds of Oregon's Coast Range. Along the way they confront beaver in the refrigerator, raise a family, and puzzle out a murder mystery that had haunted their homestead site. Cabin Fever takes listeners to a warm world of kerosene lamplight, wood stoves, and ghost stories that may be true.
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- Danny B.
Good book; glad I listened.
It is a good book. Well presented; I thought it was a balanced mix of true humor and true drama and honesty. And now I know how to play "dead head" games, to boot! I recommend.