The Man Called Red: An Autobiography of a Guide and Outfitter in Northern British Columbia

Written by N.B. "Red" Sorensen

AT 2 MONTHS OLD A HORSE ALMOST TAKES HIS LIFE

Horses become part of his livelihood for the next 60 years. Follow a boy who works alongside German prisoners of war. At 15, runs away with the circus. Travel the adventure trail to be a Cowboy in the Chilcotin in the heart of the Caribou. Venture’s to the Peace River Country, to become a Forest Ranger. Is instrumental, sending a politician to jail. Learn how he and his young wife, with 2 small children, face the wilderness to build a homestead into a ranching enterprise, 24 miles back in the mountains from the nearest road. Trades their ranch for the farthest ranching operation in northern British Columbia, on the Alaska Highway. Has a horse save his life from drowning. Buys a Hunting area, becomes one of the most successful Big Game Outfitter in North America. Bush pilot who walks away from 4 major airplane crashes. Stories of Hunters adventures in pursuit of Mt. Sheep, Moose, Mt. Caribou, Mt. Goat, Grizzly and Black Bear. Crosses the Berlin Wall. With a wife that stood by him, through thick and thin.

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