The Allagash Tails Collection


series of books have been favorites in Maine for a very long time. But they have never before been offered on KINDLE. (that is Leicester Bay’s role in the continuing legacy of these Tim Caverly novels.)

This mix of history and true-storytelling with humor, will charm you and convert you to the wonders of the Northern Maine Woods — a place of intrigue, mystery, wonder and history.

You can find the print versions in any Bookstore or Outfitter/Sporting Goods retailer in Maine. We, too, will soon have PRINT versions available. But the Kindle version is only available through Leicester Bay as per instructions on each title’s webpage.

Several days ago, the Natural Resources Council of Maine posted a video about this being the 50th anniversary of the Allagash Wilderness Waterway being designated a Wild and Scenic River. TIM CAVERLY is the first person seen on the video.

Raymond Village Library — November 21 at 11:58 AM

On Saturday night RVL hosted Maine author Tim Caverly (Allagash Tails)[FB link], who presented his program “So You Think You Know Maine?” – a fun trivia-style event that had us all guessing Maine history and geography facts! Tim also shared some exciting tales from his experiences as a ranger up in the Allagash Region – many of which had us laughing.

RVL extends a big thank you to Tim for such an enjoyable and engaging evening, and as always we thank our wonderful patrons for attending his presentation and supporting RVL! Excitingly, Tim emailed us a sneak preview of his next column in the December issue of the Maine Sportsman. Take a look:

“I wanted to let you know that my December column in the Maine Sportsman tells of something that Susan and I experienced our first winter in the woods. We lived one mile from the nearest plowed road, and 14 miles from our nearest neighbor. Our main transportation to our pickup parked a way away, was by snowmobile. Living so remote, we rarely had visitors. One morning when the outside temp was -30 degrees, there came a knock at our door at 8 am. Not hearing an approaching snowmobile or any other sounds, we weren’t sure if we wanted to open the door.”

A LINK TO THE FOX 22 Channel news interview show, “Good Morning Maine,” with authors Tim and Susan Caverly and News Anchor Emma Smith of ABC TV Channel 7 in Bangor.