Another Old Bowhunter: A Collection of Old Bowhunter Memories

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Dog Ear Publishing, 2012 - Biography & Autobiography - 248 pages
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About The Author Tom Kidwell has most likely covered more ground walking with his bow and arrows than a seasoned marathon runner has covered in their running lifetime. He resides in Southwestern Oklahoma, where he is semi-retired, and works as a cowhand on a ranch there... not because he has to, but because he enjoys it. We first bowhunted together in the fall of 1963, soon to be fifty years ago. He has always told me that bowhunting was not about the trophies on the wall, not about the meat in the freezer, and especially not about the killing of an animal. For as long as I have known him, he has stressed that the most important thing to him in bowhunting was the friends he has made along the way. I am proud to consider myself one of them. - Andrew Littleman
 

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Contents

The Arrowhead _
5
The Magical Wonder Of Simplicity
11
Its The Little Things George D Stout
17
Almost Wore Out But Not Quite
23
Hogs The Hard Way
29
On Dangerous Ground Wallace Tracy
38
Touring A Bowhunters Home
45
Senior Moments
54
The Bows We Grew Up With
108
The Humorous Side Of Bowhunting
118
Returning The Favor
132
Dealing With Change
142
Epic Blunders
156
G W Flanagan Oklahoma Bowyer
167
Another Chance At Life
174
Pestilence Of The Southern US?
180

Milestones
65
Luck Of The Draw
74
Let A Sleeping Dog Lay
84
Two Sheets To The Wind
94
A Bowhunters Ingenuity
102
Hard Times
188
Biscuits Back Straps And Gravy Roger Stokes195
195
Questions Unanswered
204
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