Keeping Track: The Inner Eye of an Outdoor Life
Written over the course of 20 years by the founding editor of Gray's Sporting Journal, these 70 short pieces form a very personal and moving memoir of a thoughtful life spent in the outdoors with his growing family and a few like-minded and unforgettable characters. By the end of this book, they'll all be etched in your mind, too.
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