Dear Everybody: A Woman's Journey From Park Avenue to a Labrador Trapline




      Dear Everybody: A Woman's Journey From Park Avenue to a Labrador Trapline
In 1947, Manhattan socialite Barbara Mundy left a life of privilege and travelled deep into the interior of Labrador, as a volunteer with the Grenfell Mission She quickly became enamoured with the area s natural beauty and found it intriguing than her life among New York s social elite She discovered a love for hunting, canoeing, and camping and for fur trapper Russell Groves.However, accustomed to a life of solitude, Russell had little patience for his new bride s lack of experience on a trap line During their first two tumultuous years together, Barbara wrote letters chronicling the difficulties faced by a couple drawn together from vastly different backgrounds.Anne Budgell uses these letters, as well as Barbara Mundy s diaries and notes, to tell her remarkable story Dear Everybody brings readers back to a remote place and time, through the eyes of a born adventurer. Free Read [ Dear Everybody: A Woman's Journey From Park Avenue to a Labrador Trapline ] By [ Anne Budgell ] – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 300 pages
  • Dear Everybody: A Woman's Journey From Park Avenue to a Labrador Trapline
  • Anne Budgell
  • 11 August 2017
  • 192709917X

10 thoughts on “ Dear Everybody: A Woman's Journey From Park Avenue to a Labrador Trapline

  1. Carla says:

    Can t recommend this book enough, particularly for Canadian readers I had not heard about this book except from a Goodreads friend and story line seemed so intriguing Intriguing it is A young Manhattan socialite travels to Labrador, meets her husband, and moves there permanently and shares the trapline labours with him Sadly, there wasn t as much expansion and observation of the native people s from Labrador, and I didn t get a true sense of the traits and true emotions she and her husband s Can t recommend this book enough, particularly for Canadian readers I had not heard about this book except from a Goodreads friend and story line seemed so intriguing Intriguing it is A young Manhattan social...

  2. Krystle says:

    I never thought I d be that interested in a woman s life on a Labrador trapline but I did find it to be a very good read She really appreciates nature and the beauty of a winter s day I thought she d tal...

  3. Orla Hegarty says:

    An important and fascinating capture of herstory even with the mostly ignored continued colonization of Labrador aboriginals providing the amusing background to the story from the 1940s.

  4. Patsy Zedar says:

    An enjoyable, enticing, and educational book.

  5. Cathy Hamel says:

    The story had great potential, but I was sorely disappointed in the writing style I couldn t get past the first chapter, unfortunately.

  6. Debbue says:

    Great read

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