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Author Koretchuk, Patricia.
Title Chasing the Comet : a Scottish-Canadian Life.
Imprint Waterloo : Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2006.

Author Koretchuk, Patricia.
Subject Caldow, David.
Farm managers -- British Columbia -- Biography.
Description 1 online resource (263 pages)
Summary "Dour Scot" is the wrong description for David Caldow, who leads readers on a romp from the early twentieth century to the present, from an insular Scottish village to modern-day, multicultural British Columbia, from boyhood to old age. Throughout the tour he shares decades of laughter, tears, fears, and growth. In 1910, the certain path of David's life in Scotland is disrupted by the visit of an awe-inspiring comet. This brilliant visitor inspires the boy to dream of circling the world, like the comet, even though his life's goal is to become a farm manager, like his father. As a young man.
Contents Table of Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; Prologue; 1. Scotland; 2. Beginning the Trail; 3. Quebec; 4. A Detour through Hell; 5. Claresholm; 6. The Okanagan Valley-Surviving Together; 7. Kamloops, BC; 8. Colony Farm; 9. Of Love and War; 10. Fatherhood and a Different World; 11. Hatzic; 12. Return to Colony Farm-Herdsman; 13. Tranquille; 14. Colony Farm-The Final Years; 15. Aldergrove; 16. Tanzania; Epilogue; Notes.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9780889207400 (electronic bk.)
0889207402 (electronic bk.)
0889204071
OCLC # 753479524
Additional Format Print version: Koretchuk, Patricia. Chasing the Comet : A Scottish-Canadian Life. Waterloo : Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2006 9780889204072



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