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The Redmond Smokejumper's Welfare fund helps families of injured or fallen smokejumpers during times of crisis.

When you purchase a book using this link, part of the proceeds (20%) goes to support the Redmond Smokejumper's welfare fund.

From Murry A. Taylor, author

Redmond was one of my favorite bases to jump out of when we came down from Alaska. This go-for-it Oregon crew gets a bunch of beautiful jumps along the Cascade Crest. Redmond doesn't have a whole lot of bad--meaning seriously dangerous--jump country, although like all bases, it has some. So watch where you jump, because you will be taking all of its natural beauty in!

As a smokejumper himself, these types of funds are very close to Murry A. Taylor's heart. Murry and the publisher are joining forces to donate 20% of the gross sales of More or Less Crazy to the Redmond Smokejumper's Welfare Fund.


More or Less Crazy

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More or Less Crazy

The Smokejumpers

1973 was a very interesting year for smokejumpers in Alaska! More or Less Crazy - the Smokejumpers tells the story of the T-Hangar days. Return to the summer of ‘73 and adventure through Alaska as a Smokejumper.

If you are a smokejumper, you'll absolutely love this book - and if you're not, you'll have a new appreciation for this rare breed a little better!



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