- Available in: Soft-cover
- ISBN: 0-9685302-2-2
- Published: November 14, 2018
Co-authored with K.Linda Kivi, the essays explore the natural and human history of the upper Columbia River region with a personal and informed voice.
Delving into the terrain of the physical, biological and human history of the Columbia Mountain, these personal and moving essays touch on both the common and rare and include explorations about the cedar bug, the source of the Salmo River, endangered mountain caribou among others.
“This delightful book is about personal discovery and reverence for the Columbia Mountain region. If you want to explore one of the loveliest places on earth, while gaining insights into its special beauty, its ecology and the people who inhabit it, this is a book you should read.” Joan Snyder, Wildlife Biologist