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February 18, 2016
I was lucky enough to acquire a cabin on Twitchell Lake while Anne was still there. Since we also had German Shepherds we became good friends. She even performed a memorial service for one of our dogs who died of old age at our camp and is buried there. We would often arrive at camp and find flowers or other mementos on Kira's grave and know that Anne had stopped by. Along with a few of her other close friends, I had the honor and pleasure of bringing her back to Twitchell Lake and her cabin one last time, for a week, the summer before she died. The ravages of dementia compromised her abilities to function fully so she stayed at my camp but we spent every day at her cabin and the camps of her dear long-time friends. After she died, we held a wonderful memorial service for her at the public landing of Twitchell Lake, with her last dog Krispy Kreme, that hundreds of people attended. We brought her ashes back to her camp in an Adirondack pack basket and buried her near her cabin and dog's graves at an unmarked site that only a handful of us know about. Thought her admirers might find comfort in knowing that she will remain forever in the place that so inspired and influenced her life. John Deasy, 13 Twitchell Lake
July 15, 2015
Gorgeous photo. Age wears well. And what a remarkable woman. I live independently as well by choice, and having family such as Anne is reaffirming of what we already know.
Thanks Gal. Rest in peace
June 25, 2015
I have just read the original WOODSWOMAN and wondered where Anne is now - up with the Angels - I am sad. Thanks Anne for giving us your beauty.
August 17, 2014
I just read "Woodswoman" for the second time. I loved it. It brought me some peace in this world. Ann was a special human.
November 19, 2013
Her books spoke truth to my soul as I read them.
May her soul rest in sweet peace.
November 13, 2013
Anne: I have read all of your Woodswoman books, and I had the pleasure of corresponding with you. You were even nice enough to have me send you Book IIII, and you autographed it for me. How you were with your mountains and dogs, is how I am with my love for the mountains, and my dogs. You had German Shephards, and I had Labs. I was so saddened to learn of your death. I kept your letters. I hope you are in Heaven with God and all of your loving animals. I hope whoever got your last dog and cats took great care of them. Again, rest in peace Anne. You were a "mountain" of a woman, and I respected you so much.

Diane Gowin
August 12, 2013
Anne Thank You for your wonderful books, I think men and women both can learn form your story, your teachings. I was saddened to learn of your passing, I had only 3days earlier read The Woodswoman I couldn't put the book down! Thank You for all you did for our Adirondacks and making me a better man

Mike Mason
June 25, 2013
I PRAY DEAR ANNE THAT WE WILL MEET IN HEAVEN. LOOKING FORWARD TO HAVE A CUP OF EXRESSO WITH YOU AND THE 5 SHEPARDS {DOGS}
April 21, 2013
You lived the life I wish I had but am without your courage. Thank you for sharing yours. You were remarkable.
April 20, 2013
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
April 09, 2013
I wish more females (young and old) were familiar with her wonderful "Woodswoman" series. An inspiration for us all to pay more attention to the wonderful outdoor world around us.
November 25, 2012
I was so saddened to hear of Anne's passing. While reading her books, I felt as though I was right there by her side. Her series are among my favorites ....along with Undaunted Courage and Unbroken. Dorenda Reynolds Zimmer, Sodus Bay, NY
August 09, 2012
My prayer,
Under this towering pine,
Sent like woodsmoke,
Rises with the mist
In the form of your name.
Descends in pools,
In rivers and rocks,
In streams and lakesides,
The rain.
December 23, 2011
Thirtyfive years later and woodswoman still inspires, I only wish I had found it sooner. You lived and learned on your own terms, and touched many by allowing a glimpse at your life. Thankyou
December 17, 2011
I am deeply saddened by the loss of Dr. Anne. I have read most all her books and the Woodswoman series lives in my heart. I am currently working on my graduate degree in ecology (late in my life) and often think of how she inspires me. I also have often thought that I would so much like to communicate with her and ask her advice but I never took those bold steps and now the chance is gone. I will miss not being able to look forward to the hope of a new book from her. God Bless her as she sure was a blessing to nature and all who love nature.
December 16, 2011
Anne LaBastille was an inspiration and mentor to many, including myself. After reading Woodswoman in the early 1980s, I found the courage to return to college and pursue a degree in Outdoor Recreation Management. Anne blazed the path for women like me to follow. Thank you, Anne, for all the good works you've done in your life.
December 10, 2011
I have just finished your book, Woodswoman, and I must say you were a courageous woman. To live in the wilderness, alone. You did what I wanted to do for years. Thank you for letting us share your adventurous life.
I only wish that I could have met you.
My your friends and family have only great memories of you. ANNE LABASTILLE
R.I.P.
November 05, 2011
may your spirit shine through the wind in eternal flight...
October 27, 2011
DEAR Anne, thankyou for encouraging me, when I had breast cancer.Even though I never met you, I feel as though I've lost a friend.May you rest in peace.
October 11, 2011
I am an old voyager of the North Wood's in Minnesota, having had the great blessing of meeting Justine Kerfoot, Dorothy Molter, and the late great Sigurd Olsen. All of these divine creatures shared the great love of nature and her bounty such as the like's of the splendid soul of Anne Labastille. I know Paradise hold's Anne's soul and she now know's the greatest adventure of all. Rest in peace dear Anne, till we meet again. Karen j. Anderson
August 30, 2011
JUST HEARD THAT THE BELOVED WOODSWOMAN DIED.I WAS HEART BROKEN.A FRIEND OF MINE INTRODUCED ME TO HER BOOKS AND I SEARCHED THE LOCAL LIBRARY AND READ ALL OF THEM. REMARKABLE ,REMARKABLE WOMAN. WHAT AN INSPIRATION TO WOMEN EVERY WHERE!!! I LOVED YOUR WORKS AND ENVY YOUR STRENGTH .THE WORLD HAS LOST A VERY SPECIAL WOMAN.MAY GOD BLESS YOU AS YOU REST IN PEACE. THE ADIRONDACKS ARE CRYING FOR THEIR LOSS
August 30, 2011
I AM SO PROFOUNDLY SORRY THAT I DID NOT KNOW OF ANNE PRIOR TO HER OBITUARY. I HAVE BEEN POURING OVER HER BOOKS WHICH HAVE TRANSPORTED ME INTO HER LIFE, AND THEREFORE MISS HER TREMENDOUSLY.
OH TO HAVE BEEN ABLE TO LIVE HER LIFE. IWILL BE FOREVER GRATEFUL TO HER FOR SHARING HER SPLENDID LIFE WITH US.
EILEEN BROWN
August 23, 2011
Dr. LaBasile, you changed my life. I cherish your stories, wisdom, and guildance. You are truly a woman who touched and inspired women all over the world. Peace be with you.
August 23, 2011
I was fortunate to have met Anne twice when she read from her books at the Adirondack Paddlefest. I own many of her books, and, indeed, she truly changed my life. May you rest in peace, Anne.
August 04, 2011
Anne and I worked together through The Sagamore Inst. leading workshops and backpacking trips for women.I had the privilege of spendingca coupleof precious afternoons with her at her cabin, with her beloved dog, Condor. She was a great woman, a talented Adirondack Guide, exciting to work with and an inspiration for so many.
August 03, 2011
"Your smile has left these sacred mountains along with "Chekika" and "Condor but your footprints are and forever will be everlasting. Lovingly rhg
July 30, 2011
Anne was a remarkable and memorable role model. i wish her a wonderful journey.
July 29, 2011
I am so sorry to hear of Ms. Bastille's passing. I can't count the times I have read her first book. She has been a true inspiration.
July 29, 2011
I am sorry to hear Anne passed away. I read all of the Woodswoman series, and enjoyed them immensely. I also corresponded with her a few times. May she rest in peace.
July 26, 2011
What an absolutely wonderful woman, writer, ecologist, adventurer and human being Anne was. I am proud that I had the opportunity to have studied her works and got to meet her on a few occasions. i have and will continue to recommend her works to people. The literary world has lost a giant!
July 26, 2011
What an absolutely wonderful woman, writer, ecologist, adventurer and human being Anne was. I am proud that I had the opportunity to have studied her works and got to meet her on a few occasions. i have and will continue to recommend her works to people. The literary world has lost a giant!
Kevin Milcarek - Camillus, NY
July 23, 2011
I got to know Anne when she came to Watertown to give a lecture in the mid eighties. We wrote back and forth for quite a long time. She was the epitome of the woman I wished I could be. Through her inspiration my love for the Adirondacks grew. When I became principal of the small Catholic School in my hometown of Au Sable Forks, I established a hiking program where each class went on a hike based on their abilities. She will be sorely missed in the Adirondacks!
July 22, 2011
Anne LaBastille, my most beloved author. What a remarkable woman, writer, scholar, and accomplished environmentalist. A powerful inspiration to this young woman who so much admires you, dear Anne. God bless your soul always and may you be gloriously free in your ascent.
July 21, 2011
Blessings to the Spirit of the indomitable Dr. Anne LaBastille. I am proud to call her one of the guiding lights of my life. It is a comfort to know she now looks over every creature from Up Above.
July 19, 2011
Anne,
May you rest in Natures Garden with your beloved pets that you met at Rainbows Bridge. You will always be an inspiration to me and many others. Rest In Peace and fly like the eagles.
July 15, 2011
I find comfort knowing that she is with her shepards. God Bless you, Anne
July 13, 2011
An almost full moon rises with the Adirondack High Peaks on the horizon ... In honor of your life Dr.Anne LaBastille I reflect ... Namaste'
July 11, 2011
Anne,

you are unforgettable and will always have a presence on Bear Lake (Twitchell)May you rest knowing that your work for nature, the birds and the lakes was not in vain and will always be established. I am so glad to have been your neighbor down the lake under the mountain. May you rest in peace. Joslyn
July 10, 2011
May you rest in peace. Your writings gave me so much inspiration and pleasure over so many years. Most of your books I have read more than once, and never tire of them. I actually have never been to the Adirondacks, but hope to make a trip in the relatively near future. Thanks for sharing your life and experiences with us.
July 10, 2011
Anne,
Sadden to hear about your passing.
I remember meeting you for the first time at "Cats" home in Iowa City some thirty years ago.
I will always remember you and your step-mother as lasting friends.
July 10, 2011
I was shocked and saddened by the news that Anne LaBastille had passed away. I heard Anne speak in the late 70's in Albany, N.Y.. I had just read her book and was thrilled to be able to see her in person. Her independent life in the woods was something to be admired. I'm going to be camping in the Adirondacks this week and will have "Woodswoman" with me. Anne, Thanks for being such a vocal caretaker of our earth. Sue Nassau, NY
July 10, 2011
God Bless, when I saw you talk at a high school years ago, the way you interacted with the young ones was magical. People like you are few and far between, You will be so missed..
July 09, 2011
Many of the entries mirror my exact sentiments. So instead of echoes from me, just know Anne that you are sorely missed by me and I am thinking of you.
July 09, 2011
Many of the entries mirror my exact sentiments. So instead of echoes from me, just know Anne that you are sorely missed by and I am thinking of you.
July 09, 2011
God bless you Anne and may you rest in peace. I was so sorry to hear of your passing. You died on my birthday. You were such a beautiful inspiration to me! You helped me get through the loss of my German shepherd dog as that was how I first learned of you. I saw your book in my library with a front picture of you and your dogs. I loved your stories and your life. Your legacy will live on!!! Please look down on us from heaven and thank you so very much for taking care of our environment and beautiful Adirondack Park. I love to vacation there. Love ~ Carla Aram
July 08, 2011
May you soar with the raptors high above the mirrored lakes and rolling hills. Your legacy will live on... Blessings.
July 08, 2011
Thank you so much, Dr. Anne, for inspiring so many people and for your courage!
July 08, 2011
You were such and inspiration to me. I wish I could have met you in person. Thank you Anne for being you. You will be missed.
July 08, 2011
You have no idea how much you will be missed or how many people have been and continue to be inspired by your love and work. Thank you for being a friend.
July 08, 2011
Absolutely wonderful books, inspiring to a woman with a small child, newly divorced! She made you feel you could tackle just about anything!
July 08, 2011
I consider myself lucky and blessed that I got to meet my idol, Anne LaBastille, and for the fact that she responded to my letters over the years. A generous lady. I found her Woodswoman book when I had this idea to live in a cabin in the woods so I went to the library to research how to do just that. Lo and behold, there was a person - a woman- that had already done this, and wrote about it! What an inspiration. Loved her. I was sad to hear of her illness and am more sad now that she's gone forever.
July 08, 2011
To my biggest inspriation you will be sadly missed
July 08, 2011
Anne, thanks for making the Adirondacks a better place, you will always be an amazing woman. God Bless You on your new adventure.
July 08, 2011
Anne, You made the Adirondacks a better place. God Bless You on your new adventure.
July 08, 2011
An amazing woman, and great inspiration. my condolences to the family
July 08, 2011
May the Mountains be high and numerous in your new home. Good Bye Anne.....
July 08, 2011
My deepest sympathies to the family
July 08, 2011
Anne was and still is a beautiful, remarkable women and role model. My daughters (18&20)read her books 3 years back and were amazed what Anne had done with her life. I have all her books and have followed her her good work that she has done. I myself go to northern New Hampshire (deep into the woods) and study animals, birds and plant life. Anne was a giver not a taker. Anne is now exploring heavens trails with all her dogs. God Bless You Anne for all you have done for the environment and women! You have made an impact in my life aswell as my girls.
July 07, 2011
My condolences to Anne's family and friends- I loved her books and now have a camp in the ADK's because of her.. may she enjoy happy trails with her beloved dogs ..thanks for being a wonderful influence..RIP
July 07, 2011
She was my inspiration and role model. A friend was vacationing near her cabin and Anne was at Hoss's Country Corner signing books. Anne autographed one for me and I will treasure it always. She had a way of writing that made you feel like you knew her. I'm sorry that I never got to meet her. Rest in peace Anne...you will be missed. Deb Young (Wade, NC)
July 07, 2011
Anne was an inspiring acquaintance who lived in Inlet in the early '70's while recovering from a broken ankle she received while doing some early morning photography in the Moose River Plains. She managed to slide off a vehicle, slippery from the morning dew, while taking photos of geese. Oh, what great stories we shared that winter! Adios friend, I'm sure Pitzi is waiting for hugs.
July 07, 2011
Anne was a wonderful, powerful inspiration for many of us. Her books brought the wilderness into view and her knowledge profound. Many years ago I made a birdhouse for her from a photo of her cabin and, although I never got to see it in person or to meet Anne, her influence in my life still persists.

Sending peaceful energy..............
July 07, 2011
I had the privilege to personally meet and speak with Anne. She was a very interesting woman and talented author. Her books were such that I could not put them down. Will miss her and all that she inspired others to learn from her experiences.
July 07, 2011
Bless you for inspiring so many! I also had the pleasure of meeting Anne at the Sagamore Lodge many years ago at a Women's Weekend retreat there. Consider me one of the inspired... Rest in Peace..
July 07, 2011
Sorry to hear about Anne. We read many of her books on the Adirondacks. A very outdoors woman !
July 07, 2011
I didn't have the privilege of knowing Anne LaBastille, but her obituary is inspiring and I shall now read her books and share them with my 4 daughters and 5 granddaughters and 2 sisters-in-law.
July 06, 2011
Thank you Anne, for your life, your passions, your books. We were the same age, yet you inspired me to hope that I would one day own my own home and live my own life. I began camping at 49 years of age and, for over the next 13 years, enjoyed camping in the Adirondack Park. It remains my favorite place of beauty and renewal.

May your spirit be at peace.

Mari
July 06, 2011
To Anne's family and friends,

May God bless you with His comfort and peace.

Thank you for sharing Anne with all of us. She had many gifts and talents and used them wisely. Her accomplishments will burn brightly into the future, and her inspiration will light many more hearts. And so will she live on.

I was first touched by Anne through her Woodswoman books, a couple years after discovering there really was life outside the office - in the outdoors. I was quite fortunate to meet her when she spoke at Finger Lakes Community College several years ago. Anne influenced my life in many ways, including my decision to adopt a German Shepherd.

Anne, I will never forget you.
July 06, 2011
I was always carried away by her books- knowing the Adirondacks, she would bring them to life when I couldn't be there! What a wonderful legacy she will leave. Barbara Moore, Ballston Spa, NY
July 06, 2011
Inspiration. Dedication. Integrity. Legacy. All being carried forward in her honor.
July 06, 2011
I loved Nature...so I read her books...and then I loved her and what she stood for...She was way ahead of the ecology/environmental curve and put her heart and soul into what she believed in...My brother now has a cabin in the woods of the NY Adirondacks...he loved her too...A great great lady has passed...I hope she knew how much she meant to the world...
July 06, 2011

Dear LaBastille family,I was fortunate enough to meet Anne in the late 80's in Coconut Grove,Fl.She had a small cottage and lived there briefly with her 2 wonderful beloved german shepards.I was a local pet sitter and had the pleasure of taking care of them while she went on a trip.She was such a remarkable person.I was truly inspired by her and her books.I read this statement recently and thought of Anne. "Basically we should stop doing those things that are destructive to the environment other creatures and ourselves and figure out new ways of existing" Rest in peace Anne
July 06, 2011
An Adirondack Legend. God Bless you Anne.
July 06, 2011
rest in peace anne
July 06, 2011
Anne was the family rebel, and a wonderful example to me of an independent as I grew up. I've read nearly all of her books over the years, some of them many times over, and in them I see her mother's adventurous spirit. Rest in peace, Anne.
July 06, 2011
You will be missed , but your spirit will carry on forever.
July 06, 2011
We at Tin Camp, Twitchell Lake, Big Moose, NY have been greatly impressed and influenced by this wonderful woman, she was a quiet and neighbor and are saddened to hear of her death.
July 06, 2011
I'm not quite sure what to say. I didn't know Anne LaBastille, but felt as if I did through her Woodswoman books. She has inspired me in so many ways. My husband and I moved to Alaska and while we walk through the woods here together I can't help but to think about Anne and everything she did. She was an amazing woman and I hope she knew how many of us she touched through her writing.
July 06, 2011
I have read all her books and treasure them in my collection. Your life has been a job well done Anne, now it is time to rest.
Sleep in peace friend.
S.D.
July 06, 2011
I agree..much of a person's life can be seen in their face. She must have lived it well. I have never read her works, but plan too.
July 06, 2011
Dearest Anne;
Thank you for opening this worlds eyes to the fact that we are actually the earths caregivers. We are responsible for tending to and
Caring for the beautiful planet. Ever since I first read "Woodswoman",
Over 30 years ago, it showed me that a woman can do anything she
Sets her heart and mind to. Her love for the woods was unmeasurable.
At the age of 17, I wrote to her telling her how much I loved the book and
To my surprise she wrote me back. She was one of the inspirations to
My life long love of the outdoors. Thank you Anne for ever.
July 06, 2011
When I was in high school in the 80s, I was in love with the North Woods. Somehow, I found Anne's book on her adventures of building her cabin, setting up her home, and basically cherishing the peaceful life of nature in the north. I appreciated you, dear Anne (and my name is Anne, too :). I loved your confidence, creativity, enjoyment of the beauty of nature and creation, and joy of life. You were (and remain) one of the formative influences of my life. May God bless you and accept you into his eternal home, which, goes the Story, is even more beautiful and peaceful than your beloved north woods.
July 06, 2011
This is a woman that I would have truly enjoyed meeting. Through her books, I feel that I got to know her a bit. What an incredible woman - and what strong convictions. The world needs more like Anne LaBastille. RIP...
July 06, 2011
When beauty and love exist on the inside of humans, it is revealed in their face...what a lovely human being, so full of love for nature and animals. May her well-lived life bring comfort to those who love her. I am anxious to read her work.
July 06, 2011
What a beautiful pic. I did not know her, but she seems beautiful, inside and out. I will have to read her books
July 06, 2011
I only knew her thru her writing but I loved her. We shared many values concerning nature and I've just come in from a walk with my german shepards. God speed Anne, I'm sure there are other places in need of your spirit.....Rudy Grotzer
July 06, 2011
Rest in peace. The green valleys and the forests never end.
July 06, 2011
I will forever cherish her books and appreciate all she has done for the Adirondacks. She was a strong and amazing role model for women.
July 06, 2011
Dear LaBastille family,
I am so sorry of your loss. As you endeavor to comfort one another, "may the God of all comfort" give you peace (2 Cor. 1:3,4). Again, my deepest sympathy.
July 06, 2011
In Anne's books I found a kindred spirit. There hasn't been a day in the Adirondacks since that I haven't thought fondly of her stories. She will continue to be an inspiration to the young and young at heart. Rest in peace Anne and thank you for opening my eyes to a wonderful life.
July 06, 2011
I was so sorry to hear of her passing. I started reading her books as a young girl myself with dreams of a life like her. But not being as strong as she was chose the safe route. Later got married, divorced, remarried but always kept reading her books as inspiration. Funny how things happen and late in life. My husband and I are preparing a life off the grid and back to nature. The call is too strong and the earth needs us back to nurturing her instead of depleting and destroying her. Use less, leave no footprints and leave something for our children and future generations. If Anne taught me anything, she taught me that. Love you Anne and thank you.
July 06, 2011
A truly inspiring woman. I thoroughly enjoyed all of her books. Her legacy will live on in her writing. May she rest in peace.
July 06, 2011
Extinct is forever; why can't more people try to protect the species? Oh, how there should be more of this lovely human being in our world today. Condolences to the family. B'shalom.
July 06, 2011
My condolences to the friends and family of this wonderful woman. All of nature should be protected and she will be remembered for all she did to help preserve it. I haven't read her books, but will now as I, too, wish to protect our dwindling forests and all wildlife.
July 06, 2011
As a teenage girl growing up in Maine I read all of Anne's books. With her as my role model, I graduated from the University of Maine with a degree in Wildlife Biology. Her dedication to conservation and ecology will forever be ingrained in me. Thank you Anne, for shaping who I am.
July 06, 2011
I so enjoyed reading the first woodswoman book that I had to read the others. Such an impressive woman. Many thanks for allowing readers to live your adventures through the books. RIP
July 06, 2011
Wow. As a young woman in my twenties, I picked up a copy of Woodswoman in probably 1985. I don't know why she inspired me at the time, but there was something about this independent woman going into the woods and making a life for herself that drew me in. Ann, you were an inspiration to me; I still have the book I bought in a Buffalo bookstore. Your story enthralled me, intrigued me and inspired me to be an independent woman living life on my own terms. Thank you Anne.
July 06, 2011
I had never heard of Ann Labastille until I came across her book at a local book sale. I picked it up immediately knowing I would love it, being a lover of the woods and nature myself. I am sad to hear today of her passing. Rest in peace.
July 06, 2011
Anne was an inspiration to me. I built a log cabin 26 years ago and still have no electricity. We wrote back and forth for a few years. She was an amazing woman.
July 06, 2011
My condolences...I am so sad to hear of her passing. Anne's books were treasures to me in high school and my love of nature, the outdoors and specifically the Adirondacks was due to her words and experiences. Thank you for opening that door for me and for broadening the scope of my life tremendously. For all you have done to protect the great outdoors THANK YOU...and rest in peace. This photo of you says it all :o) With much admiration, Cathie
July 06, 2011
Our deepest sympathies, love and prayers
Lois Murphy and family.
July 06, 2011
She is my hero. I treasured every word of Woodman that I read in 1979. I heard her speak at Unity College in the early 80's and could not believe the luck that she would come to Maine to speak. I have thought fondly of her since I read the book all those years ago. She died way too young. Tricia
July 06, 2011
I have read all her books I could find ,and l loved them all I only wish I could have known her in person. she must have been a wonderful lady.
July 06, 2011
To the the family of Anne Labastille - May God give you peace and comfort through his word and the Lord Jesus Christ during this time of sorrow, I know that she will be missed by many.
July 05, 2011
What an inspiration, and a leader when it was still "acceptable" in some circles to write off both conservation imperatives and strong women. Thank you, Anne.
July 05, 2011
My favorite author, a friend to all things living. I visit the Adirondacks often and know she will forever be there with her beloved German Shepherds.
July 05, 2011
TO THE FAMILY,MY CONDOLENCES GOES OUT TO YOU.I DID NOT KNOW MS.LABASTILLE BUT I KNOW FROM WHAT I READ SHE WAS WONDERFUL FOR YOUNGER WOMEN TO TAKE NOTICE OF HER.PLEASE FIND COMFORT AT DANIEL 12:2.AW.HOUSTON,TX.
July 05, 2011
I enjoyed "Woodswoman" thoroughly, thank Anne for her protection of the most important things in our world and have a deep appreciation for her love of her devoted German Shepherds. RIP and thank you.
July 05, 2011
It wasn't until after I went to school in the Adirondacks that I read Anne's books. She lived a life that most of us can only dream of. May she rest in peace along her canine companions in a heaven that surely involves a beautiful lake in the wilderness. God Bless. -Karen N.Y.
July 05, 2011
Everyone should read Woodswoman. Do yourself a favor.
July 05, 2011
The Woodswoman books were life-changing, even if you never stepped outside. They spoke so fully to who we can be when we act on our dreams. May Anne rest in peace.
July 05, 2011
Rest in Peace
July 05, 2011
Our heartfelt condolences to Anne's family. We were so sorry to hear of Anne's passing. May our Heavenly Father, the God of tender mercies and peace with you all. WIth deep sympathy,
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