Noah John Rondeau wrote his 1946 journal almost entirely in an enigmatic code that was said to resemble the "footprints of an inebriated hen." When David Greene broke the code he shared the contents of the mysterious journal with author William J. O'Hern. Now, for the first time, the decoded journal and the secrets it contains are revealed for everyone to read in Noah John Rondeau's Adirondack Wilderness Days. Rondeau's journal entries reveal the real story of a fun-loving life at "Cold River City, population 1." In addition to the decoded journal entries, letters and reminiscences from friends who visited the hermitage help to complete the story of the misunderstood recluse. Why did he create the code? What secrets does it contain? Learn the answers in Noah John Rondeau's Adirondack Wilderness Days.