Mountain Wave

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Hardcover, 144 pages.

This is a true story of life and death in Alaska. On September 18, 1989, a seasoned outdoor producer/cinematographer and a hunting party became stranded in the middle of frigid Sandy Lake-about 500 miles southwest of Anchorage, Alaska-after their boat capsized. A mountain wave was to blame. The Alaskan Wilderness provides for great adventure and great danger. The sudden turn of events that put these experienced outdoorsmen in survival mode provides a fascinating insight into Joe Albea's personal survival experience. This is a must read story about the triumph of the human spirit when thrust into inconceivable circumstances.

"This story is a must read for all who venture into the great outdoors and contains several stories within the story. It not only is a riveting story, it is instructive and inspiring". —Eddie Smith, Owner, CEO Grady-White Boats

"As a Search and Rescue professional, I have always been interested in the personal story of the survivors of distress situations. The Alaskan Wilderness provides for great adventure and great danger. The sudden turn of events that put these experienced outdoorsmen in survival mode, provides a fascinating insight into Joe Albea's personal survival experience." —Paul Webb, Search and Rescue Specialist, U.S. Coast Guard (Retired)

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