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  • Drinkin' Thinkin'

    a Canadian cyclist's view atop an American barstool by

    On his fortieth birthday, Brian announced to his family that his goal was to cycle from Canada to Mexico and from the Pacific to the Atlantic coasts of the US. Over the next ten years, he explored the highways and trails of the country, stopping ...


  • Stories by Eldon of Norton

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    Eldon Archer has finished putting together his fourth book. A couple of times he declared the book was finished only have another story nagging to be told. Story after story found its way into this latest book. His great memory, the unusual things ...


  • Boondoggles

    Travels of a Restless Professor by

    One of Jerry’s greatest talents was creating research pretexts to travel to the far corners of the globe. He explored England and continental Europe, first as a student and later when he returned regularly for research. Once he had settled into his ...


  • Time and Tides

    One Woman's Inward Journey and Outward Adventure by

    It began with the idea of north... Twenty-five years later the author leads us on her odyssey into the Arctic wilderness, the rainforests of the west coast and further afield. From the totems of Haida Gwaii to the flickering light of a kudluk in a ...


  • Unchagah

    Life by the Upper Peace River before the Dams, 1928 – 1932” by

    In 1928 Henry Stott, accompanied by his younger brother Tom, set sail from England to Canada. He left behind a comfortable life in England and an education in classics to spend five years living in the remote Upper Peace River country of British ...


  • The Ringer

    An Extraterrestrial Proving Ground by

    In the Fall of 2011 my son Sam and I were mentally influenced by extraterrestrials while in our home in Arizona. We were mentally toyed with and also terrorized. These mental attacks occurred without warning and were instantaneous upon their ...


  • Flip Flop Fantasy

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    On a hot and humid July day in 2016, I set out from my home in the heart of Toronto on a three-hundred dollar bicycle, alone, forty-one years old, with next-to-no camping or long-distance cycling experience. My destination: more than two thousand ...


  • Canadian Canoe Expedition

    5200 Miles from British Columbia to Quebec by

    To celebrate Canada’s Centennial, ten men paddled a canoe from British Columbia to Quebec. They relived the challenges of “Les Vrais Voyageurs”, fishing, hunting and sleeping under the stars. They survived treacherous rapids, waterfalls and ...


  • Red Fred's Dead

    An autobiography of a Kid from San Diego by

    This is a highly entertaining, fast -moving, vibrant account of the life of a man who didn't always take the obvious pathways, but always made the most of the pathways he found himself along. This book offers a great deal of colorful detail about ...


  • Alone But Never Lonely

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    Gus D’Aoust (1897-1990) was a legend, an icon of the Northwest Territories. He was a well-known adventurer, explorer, hunter, and above all, a dedicated and passionate Barren Land trapper. In this inhospitable environment beyond the tree line, he ...