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Describes the twenty years the authors spent homesteading in the Green Mountains of Vermont.
A half-century ago, the world was trying to heal the wounds of global war. People were rushing to make up for lost time, grasping for material wealth. This was the era of "total electric living," a phrase beamed into living rooms by General Electric spokesman Ronald Reagan. Environmental awareness was barely a gleam in the eye of even Rachel Carson.
A personal account of the author's decision to relocate to rural Vermont after a positive vacation describes her efforts to raise several children and a motley assortment of pets while enduring highly public embarrassments.
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