A Frog's Tale: A Memoir of Growing Up in Southeast Alaska on the Eve of Statehood - PDF free download eBook

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Introduction

Raney "Budd" Wright-an Army brat-couldn't help but be annoyed when at age ten he found out his family would be moving again. Then his dad told him where they were going: Alaska....

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Original Title
A Frog's Tale: A Memoir of Growing Up in Southeast Alaska on the Eve of Statehood
ISBN13
9781491794135
Edition Format
Paperback
Number of Pages
156 pages
Book Language
English
Ebook Format
PDF, EPUB

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Raney "Budd" Wright-an Army brat-couldn't help but be annoyed when at age ten he found out his family would be moving again. Then his dad told him where they were going: Alaska. Right away, his attitude changed-this move was going to be an adventure!

Wright looks back at what it was like growing up in a tight-knit military family in Alaska on the eve of statehood. The fa Raney "Budd" Wright-an Army brat-couldn't help but be annoyed when at age ten he found out his family would be moving again. Then his dad told him where they were going: Alaska.

Right away, his attitude changed-this move was going to be an adventure! Wright looks back at what it was like growing up in a tight-knit military family in Alaska on the eve of statehood. The family moved in September 1956, settling in Douglas before moving to Juneau.

He was immediately impressed by the family's creepy old house, which had great views of the Gastineau Channel and a gold mine. With his dad and brothers, John and Richard, he enjoyed hunting small game, fishing, hiking, camping, and sometimes simply exploring the woods. He also became blood brothers with an Indian, which resulted with Wright in being welcomed as a member of the Tlingit Nation, Auk (Sitka) Clan, and the Frog Clan House.

Get ready to be inspired by beautiful landscapes, boyhood adventures, and memories of a way of life that no longer exists (but should) in A Frog's Tale.


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