Each carefully selected story takes us through the author's adventures in the outdoors. The stories are filled with true-life antidotes of sport fishing and hunting experiences that encompass a large portion of a lifetime of adventure. The author demonstrates his writing ability by letting the reader feel each story as they eagerly read through. As each story is presented, our ever-present conservation concerns are addressed with emphasis on the philosophy of fair chase and outdoor ethics, a philosophy any true outdoor adventurer will appreciate.
About the Author
Len Rich was born and raised in Whitehall, New York. He was first exposed to Newfoundland and Labrador with the US Air Force in 1959-60, later returning to settle on the west coast in the Corner Brook area in 1966. An award winning writer, he has achieved recognition by peers in several writers organizations, and in 1991 was a recipient of the Canada Recreational Fisheries Award, presented by the Governor General at Rideau Hall, in recognition of outdoor writing and a contribution to conservation which "influenced a generation" of sport fishers.