Multcolib My Librarian Darcee: How to pass the winter months
Annotation:160 fantastic recipes for the ultimate comfort food. Aside from soup, there are also recipes for dips, baked goods and salad. All together that spells out what's for dinner at my house.
Annotation:Winter is the perfect time to pick up a new hobby. This book offers a great combination of history, technique and inspiration to help you get started painting with wax.
Annotation:Part realistic 1920s Alaskan homesteading story, part fantastical wintery fairytale. Read this book under a blanket with a cup of tea or cocoa.
Annotation:Many knitters are intimidated by lace, but with a little guidance anyone can create beautiful pieces. If I can do it, you can too!
Annotation:Radically honest and loving words of wisdom from Cheryl Strayed as advice columnist ‘Sugar’. When feeling lost or uncertain, pick it up, read a few entries, regain perspective, repeat.
Annotation:Who doesn't love slippers? Moccasins, mukluks, clogs, ballet flats, boots, booties, or Mary Janes; This book has it all.
Annotation:Matt Love's writing has helped renew my love for the Oregon Coast. This is his self-proclaimed attempt to write the greatest book on rain in the history of Oregon literature.
Annotation:After scaling the never-before-climbed 21,000-foot Siula Grande, climbers, Joe Simpson and Simon Yates, face their greatest challenge yet: getting back down. Tragedy strikes when Simpson shatters his leg and they are separated by a series of mishaps.
Annotation:Discovered after a YouTube video of them covering a Fleet Foxes song in the woods behind their home, this Swedish sister group are known for dreamy folk tunes. "Oh the bitter winds are coming in and I'm already missing the summer. Stockholm's cold but I've been told I was born to endure this kind of weather.."
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Anyone familiar with the disastrous Andean climb recounted in Touching the Void knows that when it's impossible to climb out, the best option is to lower yourself deeper into the crevasse in hopes of another way out. Oregon winters are long, wet and gray. These items help with settling in and celebrating the season.