Author and adventurer Bruce A. Raisch and his publisher Donning Company Publishing have announced the release of his fifth book, Show Caves of the Ozarks. The book is a compilation of the numerous show or tourist caves in Missouri and Arkansas. This work is divided into three sections. The first section is Missouri and its 16 show caves. The second section is Arkansas and its 9 show caves. The third section is a bonus section with a tour mine and a restaurant inside a cave.
All sites were visited personally by the author. The book is written in first person and includes personal adventures of the author. For each cave or mine you are provided with the site’s location, contact information, facilities, nearby attractions and a portion of its history.
A note of interest, the author plans on doing book signings at a number of the caves. At some sites he will actually lead cave tours.
At 7x10 the book is easy to travel with. It has 96 pages and 101 photos, 99 in color. As is the tradition with a book by Bruce Raisch, it is dedicated to one of his family’s many military veterans. Show Caves of the Ozarks is printed in Marceline, MO.
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Underground Treasures of the Black Hills - Tour Caves, Mammoths, Mines, Museums & More
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Author and adventurer Bruce A. Raisch and his publisher, Donning Company Publishing have announced the release of his sixth book, Underground Treasures of the Black Hills, Tour Caves, Mammoths, Mines, Museums and More. The book is a compilation of the various show caves, tour mines and certain (select) museums in the Black Hills area. The work is divided into 6 sections. The sections are one on show caves, one for closed show caves, a section on the mammoth site, one on tour mines, one on four museums about dinosaurs or mining and the last section is on the hot springs of Evans Plunge. The author personally visited all sites.
For each site you are provided with its location, contact information, facilities, nearby attractions and a portion of its history. The book is written in first person and includes personal adventures of the author, such as when a cougar strolled through his camp. It is an excellent travel guide.
At 5 ½ x 8 ½ the book easily fits into your back-pack. It has 64 pages and 72 photos. As is his tradition, Bruce Raisch has dedicated this book to a family member who is a U.S. military veteran.