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On the wild side

A winter coat for the North Country

here's no coat quite like a mink coat. So I told myself one frosty December morning along the Saranac River as I sat in deep snow, a bitter northwest wind stinging my face. Shivering and hungry, I teetered on the edge of self-pity despite the self-inflicted nature of my misery when at long last appeared the

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