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Journals #3, #4, & #5 are now available in e-book form!
"A Life In Full Stride" 1981 - 1985
"Your Life Here Is An Inspiration" 1986 - 1991
"Reaching The End Of The Trail"
1992 - 2000
Can be found at Amazon Kindle, iBookstore, Kobo, SCRIBD and many more!
The very first known Journal kept and original film Richard shot at Twin Lakes in 1965!
Richard was excited about getting back to Twin Lakes spending nine weeks on this trip in 1965. He had brought along his cameras in the hopes of filming his adventure and capturing as much of the area’s wildlife he could find. He began keeping his Journal only after everyone had gone from Sept. 16 through Oct. 10th. Richard shot film throughout the entire stay at Twin Lakes which began on Aug. 8th, capturing on film the people we have come to know through reading Richard’s writings. Even Babe Alsworth makes an appearance when he flies in to pick up Roy Allen.
Richard found and identified several of the wildlife’s patterns he was hoping to film, and would steer away from these particular locations when he hiked with the Emersons or Roy Allen hunting for game. Richard would also accompany “Spike” and Hope and beagle “Missy” on a couple of their fishing trips.
In our collection of film taken by Richard and Raymond Proenneke was film labeled “1965 Twin Lakes”. After 56 years, Richard’s first handwritten Journal has found its way back to his film. They are reunited once again.
Approx. run time is 55 minutes.
Two New Richard Proenneke DVD Documentaries are here! Order your copies today! Volume I "From The Heartland To the Great Northwest" follows Richard from his Homestead in Primrose IA to the Wilkinson Ranch in Heppner OR, and on to Portland, OR. (Running time approx. 53 minutes)
Volume II "The Living Wilderness" picks up where Volume I leaves off with Richard moving to Kodiak, AK and on to Twin Lakes, AK. Meet "Spike" & Hope Carrithers, Terry & Vic Gill, and Sam Keith. Watch as Richard and brother "Jake" salvage a crashed Ketchum plane in Lower Lake. (Running time is approx. 56 minutes)
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