“My first thought was that he was going to run me down or toss me off the road. He came to an abrupt stop about six feet away from me. He put his head down and stared at me while I looked up at this huge bull-moose with his massive set of antlers and I thought “What do I do now?”
– Excerpt from book
A true account of a family’s desire to build a remote fly-in fishing resort in the wilderness. With the purchase of a large tract of land, in 1968, near Finger Lake, south of Vanderhoof British Columbia, the adventure begins. With only a rough road into the area, it was a daunting challenge to travel in and out for the first few years. Unforeseen events caused things to go awry almost from the very beginning. This is the story of 8 years of hard work, hardships and unforeseen happenings drastically changing their future plans. Even with major setbacks, but with the aid of helpful townspeople, a variety of visiting guests and travelers – good times were had enjoying the great outdoor life. One thing for certain, those years were never dull!