With a broken-down oven, in a hotel kitchen, on an uninhabited island
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Marie Greenstone is the pseudonym of a writer who grew up in rural Wisconsin. She now works in the aquatic sciences and lives near Lake Superior with her husband, her daughter, and a dog who hunts porcupine droppings.
In the summer we got word that the county forestland near our northern-Wisconsin home would be clear-cut. “Not my favorite pines,” I said, hoping. But, yes, those were the ones.