|Story of a Woodsman|
One fine day is a poem that my mom wrote
about me. She wrote it after I had a chainsaw kicked back and the end of the
spinning chain was then stuck in my throat. It was not a day I would like to
She first published this poem in Logging Magazine in the late 1980's right after it happened. I have put it on the web for the world to see. I knew I was working on a dangerous tree that day, but I thought I had it under control. I guess in hindsight, it boils down to the fact the the chainsaw was stronger and faster than me.
One Fine Day
Nature Break !
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"Walking a Roundabout Path"
by Bonnie M. Colton
A collection of some of the columns and poetry she wrote from 1991 to 2003, is now available. If you live near her, see the author in person. She has a supply of books on hand. Or call toll free 877-BUY BOOK to order direct from the publisher (a discount is given on five or more copies). Or order online at:
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