Written on June 12, 2012 at 8:30 am, by Scott
“DELIVERING BABY WAS ‘NO BIG DEAL’”
Campbell River newspaper, 1979
It was the first time Jim Boulding delivered a baby, but it didn’t seem too difficult because he’d seen it done before.
Armed with nothing but a few blankets and the experience of spending 22 years training people to be leaders in the bush, Boulding recently played midwife on a rainy road miles from anywhere.
Mother and child are fine and Boulding said it’s no big deal. He’s spent years helping victims of accidents which tend to happen near his wilderness training lodge at Strathcona Park, about 45 kilometres southwest of this Vancouver Island community. Read more