Boots, Bikes, and Bombers by Ginny Hill Wood – Available now 

Boots, Bikes, and Bombers is an intimate biography of Ginny Hill Wood, a pioneering Alaska conservationist,  outdoorswoman and one of the founders of Alaska Conservation Foundation.

Born in Washington in 1917, Wood served as a Women’s Airforce Service Pilot in
World War II, and flew a military surplus airplane to Alaska in 1946. Settling
in Fairbanks, she went on to co-found Camp Denali, Alaska’s first wilderness
ecotourism lodge; helped start the Alaska Conservation Society, the state’s
first environmental organization; and applied her love of the outdoors to her
work as a backcountry guide and an advocate for trail construction and
preservation.

An innovative and collaborative life history, Boots, Bikes, and
Bombers
, incorporates the story of friendship between the author and
subject. The resulting book is a valuable contribution to the history of Alaska
as well as a testament to the joys of living a life full of passion and
adventure.
Purchase your copy from Amazon.com now.

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