A Place on Water: Essays


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A Place on Water: Essays Authors: , , Format: Paperback / softback First Published: Published By: Tilbury House,U.S.
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Pages: 128 Language: English ISBN: 9780884482628 Categories: ,

Bob, living in a farmhouse near the pond, buys a dilapidated camp at the water’s edge and finds his way down there almost daily, to swim or ski, depending on the season. His friends discover the allure of the pond, too–summer afternoons of swimming with Bob, his wife Rita, and an assortment of canine dog-paddlers, or companionable conversations over a beer, enjoying the beauty of a quiet pond beyond the porch. Bob tells the McNairs about a neighboring camp up for sale, a perfect little camp, compact as a ship in all its details, and they buy it. Roorbach feels drawn to the pond so strongly that he and his wife sometimes bushwack through underbrush so as not to intrude, but the pond is a place where this trio of friendships flourishes. Told with humor and affection, the stories in this small book will appeal to anyone who feels drawn to spend time near water.

Weight0.177 kg


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