This book is a collection of fond and treasured remembrances over the past nearly forty years, while spending the summers on my cherished Little Brackens Island on the Muskoka Lakes. As we get older, our recollections grow a bit dimmer. The descriptions blossom and become more delusional. The memories are augmented and laced with incongruities, misconceptions, errata, inaccuracies, inconsistencies and some questionable apparitions. All of them are sworn as the sacred truth by a beguiling, impetuous and fanaticizing imagination.He came over and said he had a 25hp Yamaha outboard motor that he wanted to get rid of. He wanted the newer ... I told him in no uncertain terms that I had already hired him and had given him a check for my job. After much haggling ... He assured me that going ten-mph, it would take him over an hour and a half. The nextanbsp;...
|Title||:||LITTLE BRACKENS ISLAND|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2011-10-11|