Fulton Books author John Highlen, an outdoor lover, a conservation organization volunteer, a supportive and loving husband to his artist wife, has completed his most recent book “Touching the Wild UP”: an astonishing collection of outdoor adventures that inspires readers to connect to the natural world. It is a delightful read filled with imagery, transporting its readers to a fun and exciting wildlife experience.
Highlen shares, “Just like with people, connections with our natural world are made through personal contact. Being a lifelong lover of the outdoors, especially wild places, I have a tendency for mingling with nature in a variety of fashions. Across the seasons, through backyard surprises, extended wilderness treks, exploring Lake Superior by kayak, scaling vertical ice formations, building a rustic log cabin, or simply taking a hike. This book is a collection of adventures from my close and personal contact with the wilds of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.”
Published by Fulton Books, John Highlen’s book is an engaging read that aims to appreciate the vastness, wildness, and beauty of the Upper Peninsula. The author brilliantly depicted in this exciting journey the healing connection between men and nature.
This one’s for those who love the wildness that the natural world has to offer but is also entertaining for people who love to stay indoors with just a cup of coffee and a good adventure book.
Readers who wish to experience this engrossing work can purchase “Touching the Wild UP” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books