Believe it or not, even in this digital-is-everything world, books are not dead. And I recently came across one title that's sure to please anyone with a sense of outdoor adventure.
"Bush Flying Captured" features the amazing photography of Rich Hulina, and throughout the 168-page, full-color hardcover book you'll see crazy-cool pics (more than 200!) of bushplanes from Canada and Alaska. The pages take you on a journey to beautiful and remote hunting and fishing locations with some very memorable and hardworking aircraft.
From a floatplane spotted sitting on a tranquil, hidden lake occupied by only a single outpost cabin, or a bushplane flying among the jagged peaks of a snow-capped mountain on its way to moose camp, each of these machines has a story to tell.
Father's Day (June 15) is approaching fast. I'm ordering my copy of Hulina's book today as a way of saying thanks to the man who started me on a lifetime of hunting and fishing . . . my dad.