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Trapline Chatter

Trapline Chatter

Author : Nancy Becker
ISBN No. : 9781594339400
4.67 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

$19.95

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Book : Trapline Chatter

ISBN Number : 9781594339400
Book Name : Trapline Chatter

A story of love, loss, family and discovery — a story of life on a trapline in the Far North. “Bob Harte was well-known to those of us in the trapping community long before he became an international celebrity as a star of the Last Alaskans TV program. Bob was born to live a remote lifestyle and found his slice of heaven in the remote region of northeast Alaska. Nancy’s book offers a perspective on their life together in the wilderness. Readers will gain a new understanding of what it’s like to live in one of the most isolated places on earth. The lifestyle is simple and challenging, but very rewarding.” — Randy Zarnke – President of the Alaska Trappers Association

Author : Nancy Becker

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Weight 1.14 lbs
Dimensions 8.5 × 6 in

3 reviews for Trapline Chatter

  1. 5 out of 5

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    Nancy Becker’s book Trapline Chatter is an excellent and detailed account of living life in the far-reaching and remote wilderness of interior of Alaska.
    Nancy’s depiction and retained letters to her family capture so much information about life on the trapline with her then husband Bob Harte (from the ‘Last Alaskan’ TV series).
    The life of a wife on a trapline is not an easy one, and the book helped me to understand all the good times and encounters that Nancy had, as well as a few other of harder times she encountered.
    I loved hearing the story about Nancy (and her incredibly young daughter Talicia) having to use a canoe to collect a fresh moose when they were in desperate need for food. And Bobs dedication to his life’s work of working on the Trapline.
    I appreciate that Nancy’s book has been written and her story has been told, as it locks in history her and her families unique and adventuress lifestyle, and the book will be important for many years to come.
    Thankyou Nancy, I look forward to your next book.
    Jason
    Sydney, Australia

  2. 5 out of 5

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    I live in Northern Minnesota 42 miles from the closest grocery store and 15 miles from the closest gas station. I followed “The Last Alaskan” TV show and could relate to Bob Harte and Nancy Becker’s story. The book has been tough to put down. It is a story of such a simplistic life style that tells of people taking a risk to live their lives in remote Alaska. It’s a story of gentle people living in an untamed environment. I can surely relate to every emotion described in this wonderful book. I love this story. A great book to treasure.

  3. 4 out of 5

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    What an amazing adventure! As we watch television and wonder if we could live like that this book gave so many reasons why I could not.I don’t have the courage. The endurance and fortitude in such an unforgiving environment testifies to the commitment Nancy and Bob made to live their dream on their terms and therefore lived life to the fullest. Nancy’s writing is a testament to the importance of both keeping a journal and the lost art of writing letters to family and friends and through those letters I saw how even in that harsh environment with food rationed, the family had cinnamon rolls on Christmas. I have watched ‘The Last Alaskan” for years and marveled how difficult each day was and now realize that Nancy did that and with a baby on her hip!! Someone needs to make a movie about her. This would also be a great book for any course in Women’s studies and contemporary history in Alaska. Great read, thank you

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