Hikes, Flights & Lookout Stories , Life Lessons From High Places is a collection of unforgettable tales from my life as a hiker, pilot, and fire lookout. The 33 chapters brim with true accounts of such notable narratives as the grueling 50-mile hike on the West Coast Trail of Vancouver Island, a near accident in a float plane on Quilcene Bay, and the night a fire broke out inside a fire lookout station during a tower-rocking lightning storm.
You’ll read about a menacing storm and dehydration in the Enchantments, theAuthor’s near-death experience making an instrument landing at Jamestown N.Y., and a funeral service for two kittens on Granite Mountain.
The author is brutally honest about his errors of judgment, modest about his occasional heroics, and faithful in making relevant applications to life today. As with his other life-lesson books, you will wince or laugh, and perhaps even experience a bit of inspiration.