Living on Life's Edge Without Going Over It
AuthorHouse, 2003 - 148 頁
Through the pages of this book, the reader watches the development of a hunter, and the humorous situations in which he becomes involved. It starts with small prey, (i.e. flies, frogs and skunks). It goes through the natural progression to encounters with bear, elk and deer; with a few mice, cats and chipmunks woven into the stories. The book ends with hard-learned advice for hunter survival and a humorous look at the dedication all hunters feel for their sport, and the hardships they are willing to endure.
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