From early explorers and Gold Rush days to modern times, British Columbia has always attracted visitors. Its rich landscape is filled with forests, glaciers, and rivers that draw outdoor enthusiasts; more rugged adventurers ride the Alaska Highway, an engineering marvel that cuts across the territory amid stunning scenery. Colossal mountains tower over behemoth rivers that carve gigantic valleys. Everything is giant sized, including the salmon, which draw eager anglers who fly into remote areas and compete only with grizzlies for the catch. Thousand-year-old Western red cedars in BC reach astounding sizes, and their trunks can measure up to 60 feet around. In the midst of all this lies Vancouver, consistently voted number one among North America's cities. Or visit Victoria, considered by many to be the nicest spot in North America. Scenic railways offer unique opportunities for relaxed sightseeing. Offshore are the Queen Charlotte Islands, where kayaking is a popular sport. This guide is produced by the authors of our best-selling Adventure Guide to the Inside Passage & Coastal Alaska. But here we tell you about everything British Columbia has to offer, from the often-photographed Butchart Gardens in Victoria to the Tatshenshini-Alsek Wilderness next to Alaska. It covers the parks, such as Yoho, Banff, Jasper, and Kootenay. Cities and towns are profiled in detail, with hundreds of restaurants, sightseeing, historic tours, and more. Accommodations are reviewed at all price levels, including five-star resorts, one-of-a-kind hotels, small B&Bs, and budget choices as well as camping and RV options. The authors point out when and where you're likely to spot wildlife - bears, moose, fish, and eagles - and offer tips on how to capture these animals on film. Recommended outfitters can take you flightseeing over glaciers, hiking into the wilderness, rafting over the rivers, or fishing in the mirror-still waters. All the details are here.
©2013 Hunter Publishing, Inc (P)2015 Hunter Publishing, Inc
Wrangell Narrows is a treacherous body of water threading between Petersburg, Alaska, at the north end and Point Alexander to the south, painstakingly navigated by a wide variety of ships, barges, ferries, and private craft. Less than fondly nicknamed Pinball Alley, Christmas Tree Lane, The Twisting Nightmare, or simply The Ditch, the Narrows requires the utmost in nautical experience from those who seek to run its length. Captain Hopkins has compiled an invaluable source for all those interested in the seaway history or intricacies of navigation in this area of Southeast Alaska's Inside Passage.
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Great romantic and fun proposal ideas! Do you want to surprise the woman in your life with the best proposal ever, but you're clueless about what to do? This audiobook gives you the solution. It provides 99 ideas for places and creative ways to propose. Naturally, asking her to marry you should be one of the best moments of her life. You'll want to make her heart melt and make her remember that day for the rest of your lives together. There are lots of ideas you might not have thought of. Using the ideas in this book, you'll be able to: Have a better chance of her saying "yes!" to your proposal Surprise her Make her happy Strengthen your relationship Make her love you more Show how much you care by being prepared and putting effort into it Have a romantic, creative proposal
©2015 V. Noot (P)2015 V. Noot
A set of five volumes of short stories that will enlighten the imagination and the intrigue of the sea with many told and untold adventures involving the Alaskan seas and people. The stories are compilations taken from real events. Captain Hopkins has captured the seafaring life in Alaska along with the people who live and work the magnificent Alaska coastline.
©2007 Captain William M. Hopkins (P)2015 Captain William M. Hopkins and Wynn E. Hopkins (wife)
More black bat action! One of the greatest pulp action heroes is back in four brand-new adventures. Tony Quinn, blind defense attorney and police consultant, is the crime-busting vigilante known as the Black Bat. He is aided by the lovely Carol Baldwin, former con-artist Silk Kirby, and ex-boxer Butch O'Malley. Together they battle the underworld of New York City, fearlessly putting their lives at risk to champion justice. In this third volume, the Black Bat faces a mystic swami said to possess arcane powers, boards a high speed train to foil a gang's bold attempt to rescue their captured boss, and offers his services to protect the life of a famous Broadway personality threatened with death. New pulp writers Greg Hatcher, Gene Moyers, Gordon Dymowski, and Erik Franklin have captured all the action and thrills that were hallmarks of the early pulps and delivered a quartet of amazing Black Bat exploits pulp fans will cherish.
©2015 Greg Hatcher, Gene Moyers, Gordon Dymowski, Erik Frankllin (P)2015 RadioArchives.com
He owns the night! One of the most original heroes in all of pulpdom returns in four gun-blazing adventures, jam-packed with action and adventure. The mysterious Black Bat once again patrols the urban jungle. His targets: those who would prey on the weak, the helpless. Crusading District Attorney Anthony Quinn was scarred and blinded by gangland hoods. When an experimental transplant operation returns his sight, it also grants him the ability to see in the dark! Allowing the public to continue believing he is a harmless, blind attorney, Quinn invents a new identity, that of the crime-fighting avenger known as the Black Bat. With a trio of loyal aids, he launches his campaign against the forces of evil. From a giant Nazi-bred monster to a gun-slinging Commie assassin, here are four brand new tales by Andrew Salmon, Aaron Smith, Mark Justice, and Frank Schildiner - starring the master of the night, the Black Bat, once again thrilling pulp fans with his daring exploits. Long considered the template from which dozens of comic book heroes were inspired, including Marvel's Daredevil and DC's Batman, the Black Bat is truly one of the most unique characters ever born of the pulps.
©2010 Andrew Salmon, Aaron Smith, Mark Justice, Frank Schildiner (P)2015 RadioArchives.com
Crusading attorney Anthony Quinn believed his career was over when a criminal threw acid into his face, blinding him. Months later, desperate to regain his sight, Quinn underwent a unique transplant operation which gave him the eyes of a slain lawman. Not only did the procedure work, but it also gave Quinn the ability to see in the dark. Using this fantastic gift, he created the Black Bat, a justice-seeking vigilante able to battle those villains beyond the reach of the law. Aided by his team of loyal crime-fighters, Carol Baldwin, Silk Kirby and Butch O'Leary, the Black Bat is once again on the prowl; his target, the depraved and evil denizens of his beloved city. New pulp writers, Aaron Smith, Joshua Reynolds, Jim Beard, and Frank Byrns offer up a deadly quartet of fast-paced action thrills - stories that pit the Black Bat against super human Nazi monsters, corrupt politicians involved with Major League Baseball, and team him with another classic pulp legend, Jim Anthony, the Super Detective. Black Bat Mystery Vol. Two is another great pulp collection from the high flying Airship 27 Productions you won't want to miss.
©2012 Aaron Smith, Joshua Reynolds, Jim Beard, Frank Byrns (P)2015 RadioArchives.com