The Autobiography of Lynn Lee Woodruff by Nora Brazelton

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"The Autobiography of Lynn Lee Woodruff is a chronological collection of remembrances, family history and experiences of a real Wyoming man who lived his childhood summers in a tent traveling with his family while the sheep grazed in a time when the environment was prestine enough you laid on the bank and drank from the springs and rivers.

Lee relates some of his observations and experiences of the sheep business, World War II, working road construction, his inventions, working at a lodge, sawmill, ski run, and outfitting.

Lee also shares some of his knowledge and personal views on a few of his passionate non-controversial subjects.
During the last three years Lee has painstakingly outlined notes and recorded these life incidences, which were then transcribed. He then reread, proofed and researched spellings of places and names. This by no means is everything, but are selected significant events that had an impact on him."

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Published September 10, 2003 by iUniverse. 252 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, War. Non-fiction

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