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Chimney Pond Tales: Yarns Told by Leroy Dudley

by Clayton Hall, Jane Thomas

Other authors: Elizabeth Hall Harmon (Illustrator)

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High in a basin of Maine's Mount Katahdin lies crystal-clear Chimney Pond. There, during the first half of this century, guide and trailblazer Leroy Dudley enchanted countless hikers with his tails about Pamola, the Penobscot Indian god of thunder who, as legend goes, protects the mountain.Roy Dudley died in 1942, but his wonderful tales live on in Chimney Pond Tales. In this collection of Dudley yarns, we hear Roy tell of his uneasy truce with Pamola, the mountain god, and how the two became true friends. Pamola's attempts at skiing, romance and smoking will entertain readers and listeners of ages.… (more)
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High in a basin of Maine's Mount Katahdin lies crystal-clear Chimney Pond. There, during the first half of this century, guide and trailblazer Leroy Dudley enchanted countless hikers with his tails about Pamola, the Penobscot Indian god of thunder who, as legend goes, protects the mountain.Roy Dudley died in 1942, but his wonderful tales live on in Chimney Pond Tales. In this collection of Dudley yarns, we hear Roy tell of his uneasy truce with Pamola, the mountain god, and how the two became true friends. Pamola's attempts at skiing, romance and smoking will entertain readers and listeners of ages.

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