Patrick Cavanaugh knows about searching for gold – and finding it. His successful career as a gold exploration geologist spans three decades. Patrick also knows there is more to life than glittering rocks. Freedom, family, friends, career, and the power of love are assets more valuable to him than gold. All that Glitters is a collection of personal lessons from the author’s seven decades of living...
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Publisher: Mill City Press (December 15, 2016)
Publication Date: December 15, 2016
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This memoir is so well written, interesting and touching- Patrick's life story is one you will enjoy reading- highly recommended....
easure map of a life well lived. Through life experiences such as wilderness living and exploration treks, Patrick learns golden lessons from some improbable challenges and characters. As life settles, Patrick and his wife, Susan, resist the urge to sit back and watch the world go by. Instead they travel to twenty-two countries, host foreign exchange students, and even adopt two Russian orphans, proving the heart’s love knows no bounds.Patrick Cavanaugh has a Bachelor of Science degree in geology from Boise State University, a Master of Science degree in economic geology from the University of Montana, is a registered Professional Geologist, and has 30 years of gold exploration experience in the western United States. Cavanaugh is co-founder, co-owner, and President of ECM, Inc. a private gold exploration company which owns the mining claims covering the South Pipeline and Cross Roads gold deposits. More than 10 million ounces of gold have been produced from these ECM-owned claims. In addition to his exploration duties Cavanaugh was responsible for minerals evaluation and management on the largest private land ownership in the western World. Cavanaugh and his wife have traveled to 22 foreign countries, hosted exchange students from Chile and Greenland, and have adopted two children from Russia. The Cavanaughs have four children and three grandchildren.