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Living High: An Unconventional Autobiography

by June Burn

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Living High is called an "Unconventional Autobiography" and I would have to agree. Not because it doesn't cover a life from the sunrise of birth to the sunset of death, but because it has a moral to the story. There is a lesson to be learned within Living High's pages and that lesson is live life to the fullest. Enjoy every single moment of each and every day. June is elegant and adventurous when describing living on the gumdrop island of Sentinel off Puget Sound with her husband, Farrar; or remembering walrus hunting and dogsledding in Alaska; or later, bombing around the west coast in the Burn's Ballad Bungalow with Farrar and two kids (named North and South, I kid you not). ( )
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