Author Lloyd Antypowich Shares His Lifetime’s Worth of Wildlife Hunting Stories

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Book reveals the breathtaking adventures of one man who loves the mountains.

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Lloyd Antypowich’s book titled A Hunting We Did Go shares a wide-array of tales about his love for the outdoors, as well as his passion for wildlife and nature, which he learned from his father.

“To sit in nature’s cathedral and look down on the creator’s masterpiece is almost a spiritual experience,” according to Lloyd Antypowich. Every year, for forty years, he took time out of his busy life and followed the call of his heart as it led him into the mountains that he so dearly loved.

Antypowich sharpened his senses, as he pitted his skills against those of the animals that he stalked; animals that in their own territory are much more skilled than man, and time after time beat him in the challenge. The real success was reconnecting with nature and enjoying the peace that he found there, away from the chaos of everyday life. Many dream of experiencing nature as he did, this is why A Hunting We Did Go was created, to allow the readers to feel the exhilaration and discover what life is like in the mountains. A compilation of robust campfire stories, this adventurous book allows readers to embark on remarkable exploits away from the noise of city life.

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About the Author
Lloyd Antypowich has gone into the mountains and hunted since he became a young man. He learned to love the outdoors and appreciate the skills of being a hunter from his father’s knee; a man who hunted for survival. Today, Antypowich lives at Horsefly, British Columbia, Canada. He is retired and goes fishing on his boat on Quesnel Lake, which is nestled in the heart of the mountains. Nowadays, he seldom rides horses to hunt for wild game. He just loves to revisit his hunting experiences in the mountains.

A Hunting We Did Go * by Lloyd Antypowich
True Mountain Adventures
Publication Date: September 28, 2012
Trade Paperback; $ 15.99; 229 pages; 978-1-4771-5386-4
Trade Hardback; $ 22.99; 229 pages; 978-1-4771-5387-1
eBook; $ 3.99; 978-1-4771-5388-8

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