A Place in Time (Paperback)

Author: Longpre, Roger

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Excellent book on the dichotomy of progress

by William Cushman on 5/20/2008

I picked up A Place In Time from a wonderfully rural, roadside coffee shack near Idaho City, ID (Muley's Mountain Coffee) while on a trip to the Sawtooth Mountains in Stanley, ID. What a great read. Having spent many summer vacations in the Rocky Mountains, the story effortlessly brought me back to a time when growth did not go hand in hand with success. And reminded me that hard work and determination continue to sow their oats.

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The true story of a life of adventure in the primitive mountain country of western Montana. Depicting childhood circa 1940, the anecdotal narrative ends in the present, showing the pain of progress.

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Publisher Trafford Publishing
Mfg Part# 9781425105532
SKU 204513328
Format Paperback
ISBN10 142510553X
Release Date 4/23/2007
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Book Format Paperback
Number of Pages 0210
Publisher Trafford Publishing
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Excellent book on the dichotomy of progress by William Cushman on May 20, 2008

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