Skydancing: high adventure with helicopters
By: Fredlund, Manley
Binding: Trade Paper
Size: 11" X 8.5"
Publication Date: 1990
This book is a collection of experience gathered during Manley Fredlund's twenty-year career in the helicopter industry. Skydancing is the story of one man's odyssey through (and with) an industry, through time, and through an understanding of the almost magical abilities that allow man to explore, endure, adventure, and conquer. This book is the celebration of the human spirit.
PR Highlights: 12 basic skillManley Fredlund has been mountain pilot, check pilot and chief pilot for some of the world's most respected helicopter companies. He has flown specialty work for Banff and Jasper national parks, the Federal Wildlife Conservation Authority, many wildlife organizations, and the Geological Survey of Canada. In this autobiographical book, Manley matures from rough-edged rookie in Canada's frozen north to the leading edge, ahead of the world in helicopter touring of the globe's highest mountains. From his birthplace in Grande Prairie, Alberta, Manley now lives, flies, and writes out of Richmond, BC.