Autumn in the Sierra Nevada mountains of California is a season of preparation—of getting ready for the upcoming blanketing snows and storing up supplies to get through the cold months with their shorter days of sunlight. One day, after working all day cutting, splitting, and moving large timber for firewood, a 50-pound chunk of wood I was moving out of a trailer fell about five feet directly onto the little finger of my left hand.
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