A Celebration of Country Life! What happens when a farm girl from South Carolina and a city boy from Toronto trade their suburban split-level for a log house in the country? Besides crazy craft on the Ganny and live theatre in a barnyard, Eric & Mary Helen Wright discover crickets in the bedroom, thunder on the ridges, and romance in a snowstorm. They also rediscover the creative majesty of God. In a series of short anecdotes, Through a Country Window captures joys experienced, lessons learned, and challenges faced as the Wrights adjust to life out where the sky springs free. "A delightful journey down roads seldom explored... gentle reminders of the joy in simplicity and the power of faith... the vacation ends too soon!" -Phil Callaway, author of Making Life Rich Without Any Money. "Joyful, wistful, and often funny, this is a book to delight the reader." -Claire Mowat, author of The Outport People. "Lyrical and affectionate, with a wry wonder at Nature's gifts and human nature." -Ronald Wright, author of Time Among the Maya; Stolen Continents. Eric E. Wright has worked in Asia and Ontario as a teacher, pastor, freelance writer, and seminary professor. He has degrees in forestry and theology. Eric and his southern wife, Mary Helen, live out their country dream in the rolling hills of Northumberland, east of Toronto.