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Tales from Misery Ridge

One man's adventures in the great outdoors

Softcover, 206 pages, 5.5 x 8.5, Nonfiction, Outdoors

ISBN: 978-1-934031-60-5



Available as an e-book in these formats:
Amazon Kindle
Barnes & Noble Nook
Apple iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch

About this Book:

Named BEST BOOK OF 2011 by the New England Outdoor Writers Association

Paul J. Fournier was a registered Maine Guide, bush pilot, sporting camp owner, nature photographer and videographer, a television producer and a longtime official with the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife. Tales from Misery Ridge, One man's adventures in the great outdoors is his first book about his experiences and adventures in Maine's great North Woods and beyond.

Readers will soar with him on his first solo flight in a Piper Cub, see how a master builder makes Fournier's dream canoe a reality, meet brave flying Maine Wardens on rescue calls, net some spectacularly large salmon, and take part in an historic mission to transplant caribou from Newfoundland to Maine. Tales from Misery Ridge is a collection of those and other stories from a special time — and place.  

Tales from Misery Ridge
Paul Fournier

About this Author

Paul Fournier (1929 - 2013) was a native Mainer with a long career in the Maine woods, starting out as a registered Maine Guide and bush pilot. For twenty years he was the public information officer for the Maine Depa



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