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For the next five years Thomas endured starvation, falling through the ice and freezing, accidents with axes and boats, and narrow escapes from wolves and bears. Many years later, after returning to the United States, Osborne wrote down all his adventures in a graphic memoir that has become, in the words of author and journalist Roy MacGregor, "an undiscovered Canadian classic. Great easy read for anyone who enjoys a real life story of adventure and survival.

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After reading you will appreciate all that is available to us in this day in age and how easy we have it. The story is about a young boys true story of following his brother and father up to northern Ontario to start a homestead and live the pioneer life. It is truly remarkable they all survived living in the harshness of Northern Ontario over years ago.

May , I bought this book in , but never got around to reading it until now. I found it a nice easy read with some pretty amazing feats from a young man. Certainly makes me appreciate my lifestyle now.

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He and his father and brother ate just about anything they could get their hands on, and if they couldn't get their hands on anything, they didn't eat! I like turnips rutabagas but I can't imagine eating them day in day out for a couple of months, and then putting in a full days work chopping trees and constructing in the mean time. Let alone trekking through the snow for 36 hours or so on some errand I guess that is why he bailed out after just 5 years!

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Traded that life for a knitting mill Anyway a pretty amazing life, and the story about how the book came about is almost just as amazing! Skip to main navigation Skip to main navigation Skip to search Skip to search Skip to content. Help Help, opens a new window. Admin Admin Admin, collapsed.

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