Oneida, TN, August 31, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Big South Fork Outdoor Adventures is bringing Eustace Conway to Scott County. They thought he would be a perfect fit to talk to the local folks as well as tourists visiting the area on his naturalist ways of living. Eustace is a veteran of an active life following the motto of "just do it!" Eustace camped alone for a week in the mountains at age twelve, living off the land and loving it. At age 17, he moved outside to live in an American Indian tipi, which was his only home for 17 winters. For years he wore only homemade buckskin clothes and made and gathered his implements. At age 18, he canoed 1,000 miles on the Mississippi River. Then he walked across America on the Appalachian Trail, completing the 2,000 mile journey. He kayaked the entire southern coast of Alaska amongst icebergs and whales. He has backpacked over 5,000 miles of wilderness trails in North America, Central America, Australia, New Zealand, and Europe. He has lived with many different Indian tribes celebrating their cultures with them.
Big South Fork Outdoor Adventures specializes in making memories in the mountains. They provide wagon rides, wedding carriages, inflatable rentals including a movie theater and a portable bowling alley. Give them a call next and plan your visit to the Big South Fork and they can help you Make Memories in the Mountains.