Killers in Africa: A Book Review

“John P. Whorter, a Colorado mining man, came to Africa to hunt big game. One September morning in 1937 he came face to face with a male lion. Whorter, an excellent shot and as cool as an ice cube, whipped his rifle to his shoulder. His aim was true. “But he made one ‘little’ mistake.Continue reading “Killers in Africa: A Book Review”

Into Thin Air: A Book Review

People that have been around me know that when I find someone doing something I find interesting or inconceivable, I immediately corner them like a terrier and assault them with a battery of questions. Mountain climbing is inconceivable to me. At least part of it is cultural. Whenever I see mountains, or oceans, or evenContinue reading “Into Thin Air: A Book Review”