Distributed by the University of Nebraska Press for Caxton Press Mary Jo and Stew Churchwell fled Southern California to get away from the rat race. They couldn't get much farther away than a cabin on a tiny stream called Sawmill Creek, high in the Idaho Rockies. Mary Jo details what it's like to live on $2, 500 a year, fifteen miles from the nearest power pole, in a canyon where summer often lasts only a month.In the back of the pickup, under the fiberglass camper shell, Stew packed six monthsa#39; worth of food and supplies, stuff like ... their drawers, all thirteen of them, filled to capacity with the tools Stew needed to fix the pickup should it break down .
|Title||:||The Cabin on Sawmill Creek|
|Author||:||Mary Jo Churchwell|
|Publisher||:||Caxton Press - 1997-01-01|