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Tales of the RRG
« on: April 02, 2017, 12:11:23 AM »

Does anyone know how to obtain or find the Don Fig book collection? I know there is one book specifically titled, Tales of the Red River Gorge. I have also seen that there is a 6 book collection. I found one book on Amazon, however at $125, it might as well be the The Birds of America.

Also, I assume that Don Fig is still alive? Does anyone know if he still frequents the Visitor Center, or even better have contact with him? I would love to an opportunity to speak with him.
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Re: Tales of the RRG
« Reply #1 on: April 02, 2017, 10:25:33 AM »

For many years it was available at local gas stations, but if you can't find it there you might check at your local library and see if they have it, or if they can borrow it from another library (interlibrary loan).
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