Against the Wind: Hope Sees The Invisible

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Tony Powell was born on March 16, 1955 in Charlottetown, Labrador, NL, on the Northeast Coast of Canada, son of the late Benjamin and Effie Powell. Together they had nine children – seven boys and two girls. Six boys become bush pilots. Tony is married to Ida Powell, and they have one child, Ramsey, who is a medical doctor.

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About Tony F. Powell

Tony Powell was born and raised at Charlottetown, Labrador, Newfoundland Labrador, a proud member of NunatuKavut, Southern Inuit of Labrador. He is mixed blood Inuit and European decent, the son of the late Author Benjamin W. Powell of Charlottetown, Labrador, NL. His mom was the late Effie Mary Campbell Powell, born at George's Cove, ten miles south of Square Islands on the southeast coast of Labrador. Married to Ida Powell of Conche, on the great Northern Peninsula of NL, they have a son, Ramsey Powell, who is a medical Doctor.

When Tony was a boy the main mode of transportation along the Labrador Coast was by a Team of husky dogs or snowshoes.

A travelling doctor and nurse visited our community once during the winter by dog team, and once during the summer by boat. The first scheduled Aircraft passenger service was Labrador Airways by single engine Otter in 1970 winter time only.

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Northernfisher69 reviewed on Dec. 16, 2020

I surely enjoyed the read “Against the Wind”, Hope sees the Invisible by Tony F. Powell, couldn’t stop reading until I finished the 370 plus pages.

Great Canadian History too.

His battle with 4th and finally cancer, he showed great strength and courage then get back flying Bush aircraft once again.

Loved them racing stories as well .
how well the story’s were told.

All the Labrador History, I would recommend this book to all age groups and the 100 plus pictures are a bonus.

I am certainly looking forward to buying the paper copy soon as it becomes available for My library.
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)
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