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"Sue Hubbell's From right here to There and again back is fashionable and thought-provoking. As her brother i've got lengthy trendy her mince pies and her skill to knit her personal thermal underwear."---Bil Gilbert"The genuine masterwork that Sue Hubbell has created is her life."---New York instances ebook Review"A latter-day Henry Thoreau with a feeling of the absurd."---Chicago Sun-Times"Sue Hubbell writes splendidly."---William Least Heat-Moon"Prose as transparent, languorous and lovely as honey poured from a jar."---PeopleFrom right here to There and again back is the much-anticipated number of essays on an array of offbeat and engrossing matters through journal essayist and nature author Sue Hubbell, writer of a rustic 12 months, Shrinking the Cat, and looking ahead to Aphrodite.Reading Sue Hubbell is like embarking on a trip of discovery with an in depth buddy. Her writing is witty, discovered but unassuming, intensely own, and pointedly sincere as she levels all over on such issues as after-hours truck stops, the country's most sensible pie eating places, bowling footwear, Costa Rica's blue morpho butterfly, earthquakes, and the honey alternate. a number of of her items occur in Michigan locales besides, together with Elvis sightings in Vicksburg and the magicians' conference in Colon. in any case you will go back from those travels refreshed, enlightened-and wiser.

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S. Alternate 2 . It specialized in homemade pies, and it was a busy place, with table-filled ad­ ditions that were signs of its commercial success. The blue­ berry pie had a thick but light crust. The berries were spar­ ingly sweetened and little cooked; they maintained their integrity and berryish freshness so well that they brought back the memory of a sunny day when Brian, then twelve, and his father and I walked up Cadillac Mountain and stuffed our­ selves with blueberries that we picked as we climbed.

Bake at 450 for I 5 min­ ° utes. Reduce heat to 375 and bake for about 20 minutes or until silver knife inserted near edge of pie comes out clean. Cool before serving. S. 68, the Harrodsburg Road, which winds past prosperous-looking horse farms, curving through stratified rock as it dips down to cross the Kentucky River. There have been no Shakers at Shaker Village since I 9 2 3 , but it has been restored to its bucolic picturesqueness. After eating the excellent lemon pie, I went back to my car and let my dog, Tazzie, out for a run .

I read my Globe and listened to the loon and ate pie. Thank you, E. Littlefield. We resumed our drive north, but the blue sky and the sun­ shine prompted us to stop beside the Sunday River. Tazzie made friends with a man in sweatshirt and jeans who was peer­ ing at trees in a puzzled way. He asked if I had a field guide to trees with me. I did. We talked trees, and he told me that he had just begun learning to identify trees and birds and was driving around the country trying to learn the names of all he saw.

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