to build a fire.

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UploadedAugust 14, 2008
TakenAugust 14, 2008
MakeCanon
ModelCanon EOS 40D
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this is one of my all time favorite short stories by one of my all time favorite authors. jack london. although it's not a 'picture book', i can still paint pictures in my head very well thank to london's writing.

a man on the yukon trail enduring seventy-five degrees below zero weather with no one but a husky wolfdog to keep him company is making his way back to camp, but encounters problems when he falls through snow and gets wet.

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  • Caitlin Heath

    Caitlin Heath said (13 Aug 2008):

    is this the one where he is in the wilderness and spits to tell the temperature?

  • Jake Booher

    Jake Booher said (13 Aug 2008):

    yep. he keeps falling through ice and getting wet. then having to build a fire before he freezes.

  • Caitlin Heath

    Caitlin Heath said (13 Aug 2008):

    I loved reading this story in my english book!!! and his resolve in the end is wonderful

  • petey whitelaw

    petey whitelaw gave props (13 Aug 2008):

    this is actually a really good photo. alot of thought has gone into it. the lighting, the subject contrast. i love this man.

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