The current was pulling at Dustys legs. It was a sucking feeling, and he knew that it was about to pull him under and there wasnt a thing he could do to stop it. The cold was numbing, and his arms felt like lead. He struggled for one last deep breath as the surging water pulled him down, down into what he thought would be his watery grave.Come along with Dusty Sourdough as he blazes trails in the Alaskan wilderness. Finding adventure along the way, Dusty and his wolf-dog, Shadow Spirit, run into Indians, outlaws, and whole lot of trouble.
Dusty Sourdough and the Great Alaskan Adventure is a book the whole family can enjoy together. It has it all: adventure, action, romance, and even some real history of Alaskas gold rush! If you like Louis LAmours Hondo, youll love Dusty Sourdough.-Larry Kaniut, author of Alaska Bear TalesVivid, Panoramic, authentic: Glen Guy has captured the real Alaska for all ages.
He has done a superb job in the tradition of Louis LAmour and Zane Grey of capturing the sights and the sounds and the feel of the Last Frontier.-Jim Rosen, Publisher, Alaska People Magazine