Part II: The Tin Roofs of Cange
Kidder begins the next section with another revealing sentence: “It was impossible to spend any time with Farmer and not wonder how he happened to choose this life.” He follows this claim with an extended review of Farmer’s life. His father, Paul Sr., was an athletic and strong-minded but idiosyncratic man who led his family on a life of self-chosen adventure. Paul Sr. left a good job in Massachusetts to move his family to Alabama. Once there, he bought a bus and the family lived on it, moving from campground to campground...
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