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Friday, March 06, 2009

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Sarah Laurence

What a wonderful book to share. I read it years ago, and it’s fun to jog my memory. I enjoyed seeing the photos of his shack.

LINDA from EACH LITTLE WORLD

The shack is generally not open to the public but I was lucky enough to visit with a group of University folks a couple of years ago. It was late May and very cold. Made us realize how primitive the shack really was as we sat inside it — and tried to imagine keeping warm

Craig Cramer

I first read Sand County Almanac in high school in the '70s, and thought it quaint. It wasn't until college days that I started to realize how radical Aldo was. You (and the out-loud readers) have inspired me to go find my old dog-eared, paperback copy and read it again.

LINDA from EACH LITTLE WORLD

It was a great day: folks of all ages reading and listening in a room with a wall of windows looking out into the UW-Arboretum, Leopold's great gift to the future.

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