Call Us OLYMPIANS is more than just more wrestling stories. Ita wonderfully entertaining stories of life in Homer, Alaska. Sure, many of the stories center on wrestling, but Call Us Olympians overflows with short, poignant stories of life in a small town in Alaska. The reader is drawn in as Wolfe tells the stories from building a high school wrestling program to a 30-year coaching career, and finally, coaching at the Olympicsaall told with spirit and humor aSteve finds humor and fun in just about every situation. Like Steveas other two books, Call Me Coach and Call Us Champions, these tales will warm your heart, make you laugh, and have you asking for more. You donat have to be a wrestling fan, know anything about Alaska, or even enjoy sports to absolutely love the Call Us Olympians stories.It seemed that it was really getting expensive tolivein Homer withsales tax, road repair fees, water, sewer andgarbage ... Nina was expressing her exasperation, because we had also been awarded the contract to mow and maintain the school lawns on the Lower Kenai Peninsula, more than a million square feet of lawn. ... Rainbow ran the Honda riding mower for larger places, Nina, Rebecca and Ivan were a crew who used the large ... I had the 20horse Snapper to do the larger fields.
|Title||:||Call Us Olympians|
|Publisher||:||Publication Consultants - 2011-07-01|