SKY TIME IN GRAY’S RIVER:
Living for Keeps in a Forgotten Place
by Robert Michael Pyle
2008, 246 pages. Ecologist, lepidopterist, and author reflects on the everyday natural wonders of the Pacific Northwest. He describes the lives of plants, animals, and humans through the seasons during his thirty years living in the village of Gray’s River, near the mouth of the Columbia River.
Pyle is a highly articulate and talented writer. This enjoyable book contains twelve chapters, following the lives of the people, plants and animals month by month through the seasons. Through his story of how the village has changed his life, Pyle illustrates how a special place can change anyone fortunate enough to find it. You don’t have to travel far to see something new every day if you know how to look. Paperback; 4-3/4 x 7-3/4″.
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