Life is an ongoing adventure,” Lamarre said. “It is to be seized and appreciated.
OAKLAND, Calif. (PRWEB) February 08, 2016
“When it comes to adventure travel, there’s no such thing as a wrong turn.”
Taking those words to heart, Albert L. Lamarre’s life has been an endless adventure. During his thirteen-year career as a minerals exploration geologist, Lamarre visited and studied many of the world’s greatest natural wonders. With his new book, “Mountains, Minerals, and Me: Thirteen Years Revealing Earth’s Mysteries,” Lamarre takes readers along for the ride as he recounts some of his most thrilling experiences in the field.
“I came across a lot of extraordinary places during my exploration career,” Lamarre said. “It was a rewarding journey.”
From having his office bombed, to being abandoned in the darkness of an underground mine, to coming face-to-face with a rattlesnake, Lamarre hopes his stories inspire others to grasp the incredible opportunities all around them.
“Life is an ongoing adventure,” Lamarre said. “It is to be seized and appreciated.”
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About the author
Albert L. Lamarre earned a bachelor’s degree from Dartmouth College in Earth Sciences and a master’s degree from the University of Western Ontario in Geology. Now retired, he and his wife, Janet, live in Dublin, Calif., when they are not exploring the world.
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