Adventures of a Common Man: The Life of Rodney Anderson

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iUniverse, Jul 11, 2008 - Biography & Autobiography - 152 pages
Rodney Anderson was a common man, but for a common man he lived an adventurous life. His adventures started during the depression in the irrigation canals of Southern Idaho. For nine years his adventures sent him down the "River of No Return" as a guide for the Boy Scouts of America. He found himself working with dynamite and helicopters to build trails and bridges in some of the remotest mountain regions of the United States. His adventures left him stranded in Alaska above the Arctic Circle and living on remote islands in the South Pacific. Through all these adventures he had time to raise five children, invent a paper cooking pot, and learn to tie doggy bows. If you consider yourself a common man or woman, reading about the life of Rodney Anderson will make you see your own life differently.

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