If you are one of those lucky ones who have sat around a campfire and listened to the stories that are repeated there then you know that gazing into an open fire out there in that part of the world that is still the way God made it can have a profound effect upon a mans senses. Peering intently into those dancing flames can rejuvenate a man's memory and oil his tongue. Many times the tales that are inspired by those surroundings arr priceless gems that should never be allowed to die. They should be kept alive so future generations may enjoy them. This book is a collection of yarns about hunting and fishing trips which the author has put down on paper for this and future generations to read and enjoy. Anyone who enjoys the feelings that being in the great outdoors can bring will enjoy this book.
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