Alone in the Wilderness

  • Title: Alone in the Wilderness
  • Author: Mike Tomkies
  • ISBN: 9781870325141
  • Page: 423
  • Format: Paperback
  • Alone in the Wilderness The story of a man who achieved what thousands only dream of He abandoned the pressures of life as a journalist in noisy overcrowded cities and exchanged it for self sufficiency solitude and a new p
    The story of a man who achieved what thousands only dream of He abandoned the pressures of life as a journalist in noisy, overcrowded cities and exchanged it for self sufficiency, solitude and a new purpose After finding a remote plot of land among trees, rocks and cliffs along the coastline in British Columbia, he moved in with boat, typewriter and tent to start a new lThe story of a man who achieved what thousands only dream of He abandoned the pressures of life as a journalist in noisy, overcrowded cities and exchanged it for self sufficiency, solitude and a new purpose After finding a remote plot of land among trees, rocks and cliffs along the coastline in British Columbia, he moved in with boat, typewriter and tent to start a new life.

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    1. This book is the story of Mike Tomkies, who built a small plywood shack on a Canadian wilderness shoreline and lived there for more than a year. He arrived with some camping skills and some general carpenter skills, but really no idea how to build a house to withstand the winter weather. An elderly neighbor, who happened to be a skilled carpenter, helped him build his small house. This friend also advised him on his water supply and how to deal with bear attacks. Otherwise Mike was pretty much o [...]

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    2. Given to me by my mother, who, along side my father built a log cabin on a lake in the wilderness of Ontario, Canada over 60 years ago with only hand tools. There is still no electricity or running water there. Neighbors have it, but we don't yet.

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    3. Interesting read. Amazing that so many things that were important almost a century ago are still applicable. "The great outdoors with its woods and sea and sunshine and fresh air is the real road to health. Nature is indeed the great physician."

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