Born September 23, 1942, schooled in Preston, Idaho then Twin Bridges, Montana, G. Stewart Nash started surveying at age 17; he became a licenced surveyor at the age of 30. After trying his hand at sales, services for realtors and microcomputers, he kept coming back to what he knew best - surveying. He lived with with his wife, Sandy, in South Hazelton, BC, where he enjoyed fishing, hunting, archery, gold panning and travelling, before he moved to Montana. He is the author of The Last Three Hundred Miles (Harbour 2001). See below.