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Man Called Red : An Autobiography of a Guide and Outfitter in Northern British Columbia (Paperback)

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At 2 months old a horse almost takes his life. Horses become part of his livelihood for the next 60 year. Follow a boy who works alongside German prisoners of war. At 15, runs away with the circus. Travel the adventure trail to be a cowboy in the Chilcotin in the heart of the Caribou. Venture’s to the Peace River Country, to become a Forest Ranger. Is instrumental, sending a politician to jail. Learn how he and his wife with six small children face the wilderness to build a homestead into a ranching enterprise, 24 miles back in the mountains from the nearest road. Trades - their ranch, for the farthest ranching operation, in Northern British Columbia on the Alaska Highway. Has a horse save his life from drownings. Buys a Hunting Area, becomes one of the most successful Big Game Outfitters in North America. Bush pilot, who walks away, from four major, airplane crashes. Stories of Hunters adventure in pursuit of Mt. Sheep, Moose, Mt. Caribou, Mountain Goat, Grizzly and Black Bear. Crosse’s the Berlin Wall. With a wife that stood by him through thick and thin.
Number of Pages: 366.0
Genre: Biography + Autobiography
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Independent Pub Group
Author: Norman Sorensen
Language: English
Street Date: June 9, 2017
TCIN: 52771046
UPC: 9780994073402
Item Number (DPCI): 248-47-6669

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