Artfully presented, organized, and integrated, these stories strongly convey the messages and their true meanings derived from his outdoor journey of learning.
This book will ignite the flame in the hearts and minds of both novice and veterans of the outdoors, infusing a deep appreciation, respect, and love for nature. The healing and rejuvenating solitude, thought-provoking atmosphere, and the pure personal enjoyment experienced in the wild outdoors can and will be the sources of inspirations, satisfaction, and success.
"This second book in my series of three books featuring many lessons learned during my years as a Michigan outdoorsman is directed toward outdoors persons who love the outdoors but don't hunt and kill animals. I encourage the reader to consider my books as 'silent outdoor companions' during their outdoor learning quests," says the author. His first book was Fifty Years of Deer-Stand Reflections, A Memoir of a Michigan Master Deer Hunter.
Joe Lunkas now lives in Mesick, Michigan. A proud Vietnam-era veteran, he worked for over forty years at General Motors Corporation, the last twenty spent as a salaried problem solver and senior vehicle development noise and vibration engineer at GM's Milford Proving Ground. As an accomplished and nationally recognized deer hunter and outdoorsman throughout the 1980s, he has had many of his freelance outdoor-related articles published. The author is working on his third book of the series, Fifty Years of Memorable Hunting Experiences, Lessons Learned of a Michigan Outdoorsman.
Publisher's website: http://sbpra.com/JoeLunkas