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Living at the End of Time: Two Years in a Tiny House
by John Hanson Mitchell
University Press of New England, 2014
eISBN: 978-1-61168-589-3 | Paper: 978-1-61168-588-6
Library of Congress Classification QH31.M52A3 2014
Dewey Decimal Classification 508.092

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
In this second book in his Scratch Flat Chronicles, John Hanson Mitchell tells how he set out to recreate Henry David Thoreau’s two years at Walden Pond in a replica of Thoreau’s cabin. Mitchell lived off the grid, without running water or electricity, in a tiny house not half a mile from a major highway and in the shadow of a massive new computer company. Nevertheless, his contact with wildlife, the changing seasons, and the natural world equaled and even surpassed Thoreau’s. Hugely popular with the international community of Thoreau followers when it was first published, this book will now be essential reading for the growing community of people who are interested in living in a tiny house, fully experiencing the natural world, or finding self-sufficiency in an increasingly plugged-in society.

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