Author: Alice Eby Hall Genre:
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Roger Hall at seven moved to Stony Acres in Devore in 1944. Alice Eby celebrated her tenth birthday on her family’s ten acres in Devore in 1948. Roger’s family moved to 82+ acres NW of Devore in 1952, and when Alice and Roger married in 1961, she joined them there. Goats, wild life including cougars, wood stoves and wood chopping, isolation, finding miracles, life’s meaning, joy and beauty in God’s creation—that’s what living at Hallcienda is all about!

© 2004 5.5 X 8.5” 292 pages Autobiographical—color photos

ISBN 0-932218-53-9
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Articles from the Book: SEE  FREE ARTICLES
GOING GOD
SHEEP AND GOATS AND SCRIPTURE
THE HEALING TOUCH
MIRACLES AT HALLCIENDA
LEADERS AND LONERS
MILK ENOUGH
PYGMIES IN THE BIOSPHERE
PROWLS LIKE A LION

2 Responses so far.

  1. Pat Wolff says:

    Book Review of Echoes of Eden, by Alice Eby Hall

    Echoes of Eden is captivating, intriguing, fascinating and educational. It is humorous, inspirational, delightful and marvelous all wrapped up into one. It is not only a book about life at Hallcienda Farms, it is more about life in general; about learning, honesty, coping, loving, pain, curiosity, happiness, and the importance of being true to one’s self. Above all it is a book about faith and love of life. It was a pleasure to read. I recommend it to anyone seeking material with these qualities.
    – Pat Wolff

  2. Alice Hall says:

    Thank you, Pat, for your marvelous recommendation! I appreciate it. Alice

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