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a back woods camp in northern Vermont to the back of the bus in San Juan, Puerto
columnist and stonemason Jim Wesolowski takes us on a tour of the unexpected humor and
irony in everyday life. Sighting by eye is not just the way he has built stone walls for 20 years,
it is the way he stays grounded in first hand experiences and translates it into his own workable,
journeyman-like view of the world.
From finding a connection with the war dead of his beloved Mystic River Valley, to returning a rusty
old bicycle to the island where he found it, he sees surprise and wonder at every turn.
About the Author
Jim Wesolowski builds stone walls in southeastern Connecticut and has written a newspaper column since 1989. In 1977 he
graduated from the University of Connecticut with a B.A. in English and taught communication science at the same university for
nine years. He has been published in The New York Times, The Hartford Courant, and other newspapers and national magazines.
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