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Wolfe's Howl by George B. Wolfe III and  Eadie Wolfe  Camp

Wolfe's Howl

by George B. Wolfe III and Eadie Wolfe Camp

298 pages
One man's journey away from Mainstream Society

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About the Book
Wolfe’s Howl contains the actual journals of George Wolfe, who in 1974, refused to settle for a life in mainstream society. George quit his job as a stockbroker and decided to live his life outdoors doing the things he loved most: big game fishing, hunting and traveling. Over the span of five years, George journaled about his travels and the various ways he supported himself. Those endeavors took him to several continents and literally into many bodies of water. In this book, follow George as he seeks to LIVE life on his own terms through the good, the bad, the challenging, and the rewarding.



About the Author
George B. Wolfe III and  Eadie Wolfe  Camp Eadie Camp has a degree in Mass Communication with an emphasis in Broadcast Journalism, as well as a degree in Fine Art. She won first place for the Best Feature Story in the Mississippi Associated Press Broadcasters Association, and has authored an Opinions column.



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