As a result of a house fire, one man re-evaluates what is important in life and rediscovers a childhood dream of living in a tipi.
In “Two Winters in a Tipi,” author Mark Warren shows, without thumping the drum of environmental doom, how you can go back to the land for two days or two years. As Warren beautifully reveals, the wild places of the past still exist in our everyday lives, and living that wilderness is still a possibility.
COVER: LYONS PRESS
That was when the idea first hatched in my head—looking at these bending pines gilt in moonlight—that I would one day live simply beneath leaning trees.