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2015 год. Stan is on a quest to find his father in the logging camps of Michigan, negotiating his troublesome family and a host of lumberjacks in the process. Set in the 1890s, Stan's debacles are chronicled in a scrapbook that is illustrated with almost 200 black-and-white 19th century advertisements and photos, which are defaced, of course, with Stan's abundant commentary and asides. There are many things that 11-year-old Stanley Slater would like to have in life. A bicycle with vermilion tire rims. Another chance to see Conrad McAllister wearing old Mrs. Cavanaugh's huge pink underdrawers on his head. The means of getting rid of his ancient and crotchety Granny, who is as hairy as Loup Garou and 99.9% evil. Most of all, Stan would like to have a father. But what if Stan's missing dad isn't "dearly departed" after all? Who better to find this absent hero/cowboy/outlaw than manly Stan himself? Nothing goes smoothly for Stan out in the chilly woods. Not only must he deal with his impossible...