Camp and Trail

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1st World Publishing, Jul 1, 2006 - Literary Collections - 244 pages
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Now, Neal Farrar, you've got to be as still as the night itself, remember. If you bounce, or turn, or draw a long breath, you won't have a rag of reputation as a deer-hunter to take back to England. Sneeze once, and we're done for. That means more diet of flapjacks and pork, instead of venison steaks. And I guess your city appetite won't rally to pork much longer, even in the wilds. Neal Farrar sighed as if there was something in that. "But, you know, it's just when an unlucky fellow would give his life not to sneeze that he's sure to bring out a thumping big one," he said plaintively.
 

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Contents

1 JACKING FOR DEER
9
2 A SPILLOUT
16
3 LIFE IN A BARK HUT
21
4 WHITHER BOUND?
30
5 A COON HUNT
40
6 AFTER BLACK DUCKS
50
7 A FOREST GUIDEPOST
63
8 ANOTHER CAMP
69
15 A FALLEN KING
130
16 MOOSECALLING
142
17 HERBS YARNS
152
18 TO LONELIER WILDS
162
19 TREED BY A MOOSE
169
20 TRIUMPH
186
21 ON KATAHDIN
191
22 THE OLD HOMECAMP
200

9 A SUNDAY AMONG THE PINES
84
10 FORWARD ALL
89
11 BEAVER WORKS
97
12 GO IT OLD BRUIN
105
13 THE SKIN IS YOURS
115
14 A LUCKY HUNTER
121
23 BROTHERS WORK
209
24 KEEPING THINGS EVEN
214
25 A LITTLE CARIBOU QUARREL
220
26 DOC AGAIN
230
27 CHRISTMAS ON THE OTHER SIDE
236
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