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Jim Kershner
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Mountain Goats Are My Weakness: And Other Tales of Life in the Northwest

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When future archaeologists dig this volume from the rubble heap of our lost civilization, they will conclude, correctly, that the average American (1997-2004) was a beer-loving, fishing-obsessed owner of pet Sea Monkeys; a man constantly besieged by amorous mountain goats, psychotic robins, the occasional comatose moose and his own evil cell phone.

Or maybe not. Maybe they

Hardcover, 283 pages
Published August 28th 2004 by New Media Ventures (first published August 2004)
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Royce Aldridge
Mar 15, 2011 Royce Aldridge rated it it was amazing
I not only love the title of this book I also found the content to be fun, insightful, entertaining, and educational. Jim Kershner paints a vivid picture of life in the Great Inland Northwest.
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I am an author, historian and journalist in Spokane, Wash. My biography of civil rights attorney Carl Maxey, "Carl Maxey: A Fighting Life" was published in August 2008 by the University of Washington Press. I have been a journalist with the Spokesman-Review in Spokane since 1989. I am also a staff historian for, the Online Encyclopedia of Washington State History."
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