Alaskan Wilderness Adventure: Book 2 (Paperback)
This book is non-returnable.
Homesteading in the wilderness of Alaska...
Duane Ose moved to Alaska on a whim nearly thirty years ago, after surviving a gunshot wound to the head. He and his wife Rena were the very last persons to file a claim under the Federal Homestead Act of 1862--for a piece of property Duane describes as "a giant, fertile garden bowl, cupped warmly in God's loving hands." His new book, Alaskan Wilderness Adventure II, is part biography, part adventure, recounting how he and his young friend Jeff Peterson established Duane's homestead in the center of Alaska. With humor and vivid imagery, Duane has chronicled the trials and tribulations of building trails, constructing a home, and turning this five-acre slice of heaven into a habitable piece of property--a homestead Duane and Rena call Ose Mountain.