J. David Lowell works full time as the CEO of an active mineral exploration company with offices in Paraguay, Peru, Mexico, Canada, and Arizona. He is the author of more than fifty articles and parts of four books on geology and mining. He and his wife, Edith, live on a cattle ranch near the Mexican border, sixty miles south of Tucson.
"You will like this book. The plot features a central character
with an improbable story of success. The improbable character is
David Lowell. He is tireless, fearless. He is a sophisticated
scientist and a financial wizard."--Joaquin Ruiz, Vice President of
Innovation and Strategy; Dean, College of Science; Director,
Biosphere 2; University of Arizona
"For most men, his trophy wall and financial comfort might be reasons to relax. . . . But Dave's head is slightly turned, his eyes on the horizon . . . his energies and enthusiasms will not subside . . . and he still travels to Mexico, Peru, and Chile . . . still plotting, still contemplating, still eager, still reaching out to find the next orebody . . ." --from the foreword by John M. Guilbert, Professor Emeritus of Economic Geology, University of Arizona