Keeping Track: The Inner Eye of an Outdoor Life

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Graybooks, 2009 - Biography & Autobiography - 262 pages
A memoir of the outdoor life in essay form by the founding editor of Gray's Sporting Journal. Contains 70 short pieces and 40 illustrations.
 

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Contents

Foreword
9
Acknowledgments
11
Eight
15
Definition
18
Serial
21
Full Count
24
Spinning
27
Appearances
30
Peal
141
Collar
147
Purpose
155
Futures
163
Grouse Hunters in the North Country
169
Bearing Away
175
Scope
183
MŲbius Strip
191

Whitney
33
By Hand
39
Thank You New Hampshire
44
Tutorial
47
Vows
50
Moonlight
56
Arrival
61
Marvel
65
Hardscrabble
68
Blueprint
73
Oblation
76
Connemara Clothes
79
High Energy
85
Hoot
91
Harmony
98
Intent
104
Alpha
113
Associate
119
For Keeps
127
Traveler
135
Round Trip
194
Obstacle
197
Growing Growing Gone
200
Hydrant
207
Pickup
212
Calling
215
Fare
218
Nine
222
Chapter
223
Pushing It
225
Sabbatical
230
Ties
233
Singular
236
Question
239
Territory
242
Growth Ring
250
Sťance
252
Shooting Light
256
Torch
258
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About the author (2009)

Ed Gray is a naturalist writer and founder of Gray's Sporting Journal. He lives in Lyme, New Hampshire.

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