You got it. All you have to do is subscribe and share! For enough subscribers and shares I will provide one of the most exciting projects yet. Together (or if you choose to follow along by posts) we will read My Serengeti Years: The Memoirs of an African Game Warden by Myles Turner. I will give a short summary of each chapter, followed up with some thoughts, ideas, and where I found inspiration. In the comment section below, I would also love for you to share your own thoughts and opinions as we go chapter by chapter.
Now, for a little background…
Myles Turner, the hunter turned game warden, documented his journey and efforts to protect the Serengeti National Park in it’s earliest years, growing it to be one of Africa’s leading parks. In his sixteen years of service he integrated aircraft as a part of park management and became a leading defender of wildlife for his efforts against poaching.
Here is a link to Amazon where you can purchase a copy of My Serengeti Years:
There is so much to learn and take from this book, and I am so excited to be able to share this read with you! So remember, if we can make it to 300 subscribers and shares combined, this will be our next journey together!