Eric Magelssen's New Book 'In Wilderness and Mountain Lore' is a Loving Homage to the Wonders of Nature and a Powerful Message About the Threat of Global Warming
JENSEN BEACH, Fla., October 24, 2022 (Newswire.com) - Fulton Books author Eric Magelssen, a life-long outdoorsman and lover of nature, has completed his most recent book "In Wilderness and Mountain Lore": a compelling and beautifully written tribute to the mountains of the Pacific Northwest.
"'In Wilderness and Mountain Lore' explores the stories and adventures of visiting a mountain wilderness retreat over a fifty-year period with a group of friends," says Magelssen. "We nearly always were able to reserve the only two cabins for the second week of June. Domke Lake is located in the North Cascades wilderness area of North Central Washington State. There is no electricity or phone service of any kind along with little change other than what nature has wrought."
Published by Fulton Books, Eric Magelssen's book describes his many stays at Domke Lake Resort over the course of half a century. Filled with colorful tales of his friends, pictures from his retreats, and artwork by Magelssen himself, "In Wilderness and Mountain Lore" transports readers to a forest haven, forever unchanging despite the rapidly evolving world around it.
In 2015, the Wolverine Fire wreaked havoc on Washington state, burning over 72,000 acres of land. Domke Lake Resort was unfortunately one of the victims of the devastation. Sid Burns, owner of the resort, worked valiantly to save historical mementos from the blaze and was successful in preserving many artifacts. Author Eric Magelssen now shares this rich history of Domke Lake with readers and warns of the consequences of rising global temperatures that led to such a fire.
Readers who wish to experience this potent work can purchase "In Wilderness and Mountain Lore" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books