When Clara and Hap Bowden moved north from BC’s lower mainland in 1951, little did they know of the adventures that lay in wait for them in the mountains and forests of northern British Columbia. Over fifty years later and several careers ranging from big-game guiding to deep-sea fishing, they are still going strong and still in love with each other–and the northern wilderness. Their latest exploit? Building an airplane.
Jack’s fourth book documents the amazing adventures of the Bowden family in the rugged wilderness of British Columbia’s interior. It is largely based on forty years of diaries kept by Liza Bowden.
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Caitlin books by Jack Boudreau
- Crazy Man’s Creek
- Grizzly Bear Mountain
- King of the Mountain
- Mountains, Campfires & Memories
- Sternwheelers and Canyon Cats
- Trappers and Trailblazers
- Whitewater Devils
- Wilderness Dreams
- Wild & Free
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- Trials of Albert Stroebel, The
- Invisible Generations
- Essential Fly Patterns for Lakes and Streams
- Co-op Revolution, The
978-1-894759-00-7 / 1-894759-00-1
Maps, photos, index
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