When you are out in the mountains, on their turf, game will outwit you as often as not, and searching for the right animal is hard work. But, the experience that you gained from your efforts made you all the better for it.
Williams Lake, B.C. (PRWEB) March 03, 2015
Water glides over polished stones clear as a crystal. As birds hum in unison, it magnifies the beauty found in the nature.
Author Lloyd Antypowich experiences hunting as a way for him to get lost in the beauty of nature. In his new book, “A Hunting We Did Go,” Antypowich recalls fond memories of awe, excitement and peril during his hunting trips.
Antypowich takes the reader on a journey to feel, hear, see and smell nature’s unparalleled splendor. Saddling his horse, he explores the mountains where wild animals reside in their natural habitat. He faced a grizzly bear, cougar and a moose. But, the wonder and excitement of nature surpassed all fear.
“When you are out in the mountains, on their turf, game will outwit you as often as not, and searching for the right animal is hard work,” Antypowich said. “But, the experience that you gained from your efforts made you all the better for it.”
The memories made with friends and family will forever remain with Antypowich, as they sat around campfires reflecting on their hunting experiences.
A Hunting We Did Go
By: Lloyd Antypowich
Retail Price: $19.99
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Xlibris.
About the author
Having lived a life full of ranching, farming, coal mining and road construction, Lloyd Antypowich, 77, retired in Horsefly, British Columbia, Canada. After he and his wife spent five summers at Quesnel Lake, Antypowich realized he had many stories to tell. “A Hunting We Did Go” is his first of six books.
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