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Many are attracted by the perception of pristine wilderness. It's a world where men are not always welcome..


 

 

Dear Readers,


 


This story will be part of a short story collection, soon to be published as e-book.


 


Its title will be:


 


“Eleven Days On The Big River And Other Short Stories.”


 


Please explore the below link. It will guide you to the publisher’s webpage.


 


Best regards, Franz L. Kessler 20th of March 2004.


 

       Web Site: Roberts Publishing

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Reviewed by Anna Marie Fritz 3/1/2004
Whew...Franz...what an adventure indeed!
And told beautifully. I have had a few
scary ones in my own life, when I was young
and more adventurous, but not like this one...
way up there in the mountains, on foot. My
"mountain scares" were with wheels under me.
Reviewed by Eddie Thompson 3/1/2004
What a wonderful adventure...great writing...you have a real gift.
Reviewed by Sara Coslett 2/29/2004
The title fits this piece in many ways. I see at least 3 cans of worms.

You should try going back this time with your more mature perspective and a packet of decontamination tablets for the water. We were always taught to drink from the rapids at the head of a stream as it contains the least amount of parasites and animal wastes. A puddle though, oh boy, you must have been in severe pain. I am surprised you didn't have dysentery for a few weeks after this.

But what of the crystals? Did you ever get to find larger ones or perhaps even something more spectacular?

~ Sara
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 2/29/2004
Terrific story, Franz; thoroughly enjoyed~

(((HUGS))) and much love, your fellow Texas friend, Karen Lynn in Burleson. :D
Reviewed by George Carroll 2/29/2004
A great sharing of your trip and the hazards that can happen to spoil the pristine journey. Wonderful story
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 2/29/2004
Thank for sharing this part of your life with us. I felt like I was beside you watching the sunset. So far I have only been on the top of few mountains. My goal is to see a few more :-) I lived in Grande Cache, AB and its half way up Mt. Grande. I have seen the top of this mountain and the silence was hard to walk away from. You can get to the top of that mountain by jeep. My ex literally had to drag me back to the jeep. As you found out not all mountain streams are good for drinking.
Reviewed by Scott Zachary 2/29/2004
Great adventure. Fascinating peek into another world. Thanks, Franz.

Scott

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