In the beginning of time, all the free people roamed the fields, plains, and forests of the new world and grew in numbers until the lands became over crowded. The animals became hungry. Father Time saw the problem and, one moonlit night, brought forth the Great Mother Wolf from the waters of the first spring. He then charged her to take from the free peoples the old,
sick, and injured so that the strongest and fittest would share the gifts of the new world. Soon the Mother Wolf became overwhelmed with the task that Father Time had given her. She went to Father Time and begged for some helpers. That night she was given four new cubs that looked just like her. The animals were very unhappy and went to Mother Nature to complain that they could not rest because of all the new wolves.
About the author:
Dr. Clifton E. Stine is a professional engineer with over forty years of experience in defense programs. He has applied his innovation and creativity to many of the most challenging issues confronting the modern world. When his daughter asked him, “Where does snow come from?” he collected all his experience and knowledge to create the Legend of the White Wolf and how a mistake by Mother Nature’s magic butterflies caused Father Time to make the first snow and create all the seasons now and for all time.