Synopses & Reviews
Ralph and Ethel Edwards carved a pioneer life out of the wilderness, and raised three children in the splendid isolation of British Columbia's Coast Chilcotin country. When their daughter Trudy, married, she helped her husband, Jack Turner, to build a farm close to the original Edwards homesite. Here they lived without any modern conveniences, carrying on the work with the beautiful trumpeter swans that Ralph Edwards had begun. This book tells the Turners' story, describing in detail the beautiful birds and animals around them.