Spring is coming to Upside Down Kettle Mountain

The days are getting longer. The sun is shining, the birds are flying north, and the snow is rapidly melting away.  Soon the cabin doors to the camps will be open for the season, fiddleheads will be sprouting, and fishermen will be adding some fine squaretails to the bottom of their creels. In the meantime, while we wait for those last few weeks of Spring to whistle past, guests hungry for a taste of Spencer Pond Magic can get their craving satisfied with a book written by a dear friend and camp guest – John Long. It is called “Upside Down Kettle Mountain – Kokadjoweemgwasebemsis” and for all those who have wondered about the big iron kettle sitting outside the front door, the mystery is solved inside the cover of the first page. Enjoy!

Upside Down Kettle Mountain: Kokadjoweemgwasebemsis

Upside Down Kettle Mountain: Kokadjoweemgwasebemsis By John Long, written about the North Maine Woods and Spencer Pond Camps

The book can be purchased directly from the author on Lulu.com by clicking on one of the links below:

Black&White http://www.lulu.com/shop/john-long/upside-down-kettle-mountain/paperback/product-20000348.html

Color http://www.lulu.com/shop/john-long/upside-down-kettle-mountain-color/paperback/product-20017148.html

eBook http://www.lulu.com/shop/john-long/upside-down-kettle-mountain/ebook/product-20017203.html

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