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Free download Homestead: Modern Pioneers Pursuing the Edge of Possibility (Kirkpatrick, Jane) ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ BOOK IN VERY GOOD CONDITION A NONFICTION ADVENTURE VERY INTERESTINGCHECK OUR STORE FRONT FOR GREAT BOOKS CDs FAST SERVICE 24FRONT FOR GREAT BOOKS CDs FAST SERVICE 2. I cannot even express how much I love love loved this book It is definitely one of my Top 10 books It was beautifully written and oh so amazingI've read other Jane Kirkpatrick novels and suggest reading this one first as you'll get a feel for the author her life her struggles and her love for her charactersplotsstoriesI borrowed this book from my Mom but will be purchasing my own copy for my library It's THAT good

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BOOK IN VERY GOOD CONDITION A NONFICTION. Recently moved to the land I was very curious to read Kirkpatrick's move to her own plot of land I always like these type of stories and seeing how the people who choose this way of life fare or even if they enjoy their choice to move back to the countryJane and her husband decide to pursue a dream of moving back to the land and doing a bit of farming They find a good portion of land in the wilderness and even though its hard to get to and not really built up any way they decide to move to it This is a gradual process first seeing them go out to visit and work then move to a trailer on the property until finally building their house They also have to decide how they are going to improve upon the land and what they are going to farm not to mention secure the funds to do it They have a lot of setbacks though and homesteading life proves to be very difficult for the Kirkpatricks More than once they uestion their decision and whether to stick with itJane is a very good narrator she tells of people without fogging the opinion of them too much For instance her step son and his wife really aren't the greatest of people but she describes their good aspects as well and her hopes for them That part of the book is actually very positive despite the subject matter What did surprise me is that she didn't really mention her husband as much as I expected He was there doing things and they had talks at times but he wasn't a main focus of the bookI really wish Kirkpatrick had put positives in this book There were some parts of the novel where I just kind of set it down and wondered why on earth they strove with it after reading disaster upon disaster with no good instances to be found for several chapters A positive outlook would have helped and while I appreciate the reality of struggle it can't have been all struggle or they wouldn't have stayed Another note on the writing is that this book could be considered Christian Fiction Those familiar with Kirkpatrick's fiction work would probably already have known this was her genre but as a new reader I did not It didn't really distract in any way but since this is her narrative about her life adds to her belief system and explains her motivationsIt was an interesting tale harrowing at times and if I wasn't already on the land it would probably make me think twice about getting back to it However there are many other books out there that tell the good of such an endeavor so I suppose there must be a book with all the warningsHomesteadCopyright 2005374 pagesReview by M Reynard 2011

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Homestead Modern Pioneers Pursuing the Edge of Possibility Kirkpatrick JaneADVENTURE VERY INTERESTINGCHECK OUR STORE. Found this book at a discount store and picked it up curious to read it Never heard of the author before but apparently she is a well liked Christian Historical fiction writer with a few awards under her beltShe does a fabulous job describing her life in a remote area of Oregon that she and her older husband decide to build on and live off the land Much braver than i i would have left at the first sight of a rattlesnake She describes the often treacherous road seven miles or driveway as we call itonto her remote property the many things that go wrong that first year the challenges of building so far out and troubles with family I admire their strength and spunk the face of so many trials and tribulations Almost makes me want to build a home in remote areaALMOST ha ha