Waltz with Me, Alaska
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Waltz with Me, Alaska

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Leaving civilization for Alaskan wilderness, a young family fails to complete their log cabin before winter and struggles to survive in a MASH army tent. While conquering impending starvation, injury and sickness in minus 700 weather, the family experiences love, humor and insight into themselves, their lives and the land they love.
Paperback, 272 pages
Published February 1st 2004 by Jada Press
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Tami
Waltz With Me, Alaska is the real life story of the author and her family as they strived to find their home. From the time she was a small child, Donna loved Alaska and couldn't dream of living anywhere else. Her life dream was to find a piece of land in Alaska and raise a family. Fortuitously, Donna feel in love and married a man, Dick, who loved Alaska also as much as his wife. Though the two held dead end jobs in Anchorage, they dreamed of someday owning their own piece of land where they'd...more
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