Windmills, the River & Dust: One Man's West

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Johnson Books, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 173 pages
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This book is comprised of fourteen intimitately written stories, weaving together a lifetime of experiences that contributes to making the author into what he is. With topics ranging from windmills to airports, from pueblo dances to Sandhill cranes, from hiking to wilderness camping to conoeing, James Work's memoir explores human origins and how our experiences shape us.

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