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eBook Poachers, Cranberries and Snowshoes ePub

by Chuck Shipley

  • ISBN: 0973346108
  • Category: Memoirs
  • Subcategory: Biography
  • Author: Chuck Shipley
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: JBS Publishing (August 1, 2003)
  • Pages: 248
  • ePub book: 1456 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1698 kb
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  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 690

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Poachers, Cranberries and Snowshoes book. Chuck was no ordinary run of the mill game warden

Poachers, Cranberries and Snowshoes book. Chuck was no ordinary run of the mill game warden. Endowed,others might say cursed with an outrageous sense of humor, his take on events was always unique, thoughtful and full of fun. This unique perspective on life is evident If you want an insight into the fascinating world of a Fish and Wildlife Officer in Alberta from the Sixties to the Nineties this book is for you.

Poachers, Cranberries & Snowshoes book.

Chuck was no ordinary run of the mill game warden. This unique perspective on life is evident in this 30 story book. Endowed, others might say cursed, with an outrageous sense of humor, his take on events was always unique, thoughtful and full of fun. Couple this with no day the same as any other and you have the recipe for Poachers Cranberries and Snowshoes - my recollection of some extraordinary events and incredible people. Supported and encouraged along the way by family, I dedicate these storie My thirty-two years in the Fish and Wildlife Division allowed me to work with a never-ending stream of fascinating people.

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Poachers, Cranberries & Snowshoes. Poachers Cranberries and Snowshoes would not have been possible without the wit and the wisdom of all the people I encountered. Now you can purchase my books in a variety of e-book formats from Kobo Books. If you ever sit down and put your memories on paper, you soon find out those memories are not really yours, they belong to everyone involved along the way.

If you want an insight into the fascinating world of a Fish and Wildlife Officer in Alberta from the Sixties to the Nineties this book is for you. Biography & Autobiography Nonfiction.

Chuck and his wife Jean are now living south of Rocky Mountain House in their retirement home. Chuck is presently serving his first term on the Clearwater County Council. Jean is retired and working part time at the local greenhouse. Their girls Bonnie and Susan have gone on to successful careers of their own. The following are stories from my three books. Here are a couple of stories from my latest book Poachers, Beans & Birch Bark that I hope will bring you a smile or two. Beaver is Where you Find IT. Keep Those Guns Unloaded!

Brewer & Shipley are an American folk rock duo who enjoyed their peak success in the late 1960s through the 1970s, consisting of singer-songwriters Mike Brewer (born in 1944) and Tom Shipley (born in 1941).

Brewer & Shipley are an American folk rock duo who enjoyed their peak success in the late 1960s through the 1970s, consisting of singer-songwriters Mike Brewer (born in 1944) and Tom Shipley (born in 1941). They were known for their intricate guitar work, vocal harmonies, and socially conscious lyrics which reflected the concerns of their generation - especially the Vietnam War, and the struggles for personal and political freedom.

My thirty-two years in the Fish and Wildlife Division allowed me to work with a never-ending stream of fascinating people. Couple this with no day the same as any other and you have the recipe for Poachers Cranberries and Snowshoes - my recollection of some extraordinary events and incredible people. Supported and encouraged along the way by family, I dedicate these stories to them and to all the people who were part of my adventure.

When I started out on this project, I simply had a mind to leave some of these stories for my grandchildren. Like any grandparent, I want them to live life to the fullest just as I did! However, I was persuaded that others too would enjoy my experiences almost as much as me, which is why this book came into being. As it took shape, it dawned on me very quickly that I had too many stories for the one book, there would have to be at least two. So if you enjoyed reading this one, keep your eyes open for Poachers, Beans and Birch Bark available in September at a bookstore near you.

So many of these experiences were just too much fun to keep to myself, I had to share them with somebody! There are plenty more.