Nan Turner Waldron, best known for her book, "Journey to Outermost House," followed up her 1991 Cape Cod odyssey by returning to her childhood roots in the deep woods of Maine. As J. Parker Huber wrote, "This memoir joins Nan Turner Waldron joins her with a luminous lineage of American woman nature writers. While seeking orchids in bogs, living alone aside a lake, meeting moose, she discovers her gifts of insight and intuition, the depths of her spirituality. The wisdom and ephiphanies of her search illuminates ours."

North Woods Walkabout: A Maine Odyssey