Unique in both its setting and characters, Wild Men on the North Fork is the story of one group of staff, ages 15 to 25, that works at a camp just outside of Yellowstone National Park. Main characters include a composer of music, a poet and story teller, and a younger assistant well on his way to earning his entry to levels of higher responsibility. Also featured is a family of local moose, a bear, and the young women of Cody, Wyoming who date these wild and adventurous young men.
|Publisher:||Fred W. Jacquot|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)|
About the Author
Thomas J. Leberer grew up and attended school with Fred Jacquot in Casper, Wyoming. Leberer was a dynamic and emerging poet and lyricist for Fred Jacquot. When in their Senior year of high school, with preparation work in the Fall, Leberer and Jacquot completed an original musical containing 13 songs. Like Fred Jacquot, Thomas Leberer went on to college at the University of Wyoming. By the time he was 23 years old he had already earned two Masters degrees from that institution. Leberer died at the age of 23 in 1974.