Seasons To Remember

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Xlibris Corporation, Mar 29, 2010 - Biography & Autobiography - 67 pages
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Considering the biographical nature of this collection of stories, it is diffi cult to think of what to include on this page that has not been included. Briefl y, Ken received his BA in English from Wayne State University and his MA from Michigan State University. After teaching English for thirty-three years, thirteen of which included supervising the school yearbook staff at Pontiac Central High School, he retired to his summer home on a lake in the upper peninsula of Michigan. He spends the warmest half of the year at Pike Lake in Luce County with his wife of more than fi fty years. When temperatures begin to fall, Ken and Joanne head south to the Rio Grande Valley of Texas. However, it never fails, that when the calendar page turns to November, his thoughts focus on the fi fteenth of that month and who’s out in a blind waiting for the sun to shed it’s light on opening day of fi rearms deer season.
 

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Contents

Foreword
7
Introduction
9
Brothers of the Hunt
11
For the Love of Guns
13
A Real Survivor Network
15
Somewhere Therell Always Be a Gun Show
18
The Suction Cup Solution
20
The Whisper of Death
22
Ill Drink to That
39
Maitlands RevengeA Beginning
42
Inside the Hunting Camp Cabin
44
He Shoots He Scores
46
Michaels Deer
48
NotSoHappy Hunts
50
Bad Dog    Dumb People
52
Two Shots as Good as One
55

Nothing Close to Adequate
24
Our Boots on the Ground
27
Walking in the Woods
29
A Bow Hunt to Remember
31
Looking for a Better Way
33
The Target Tent
35
The Wild Game Dinner
37
First Buck and a Fun Hunt
57
A Third Day and Success
60
Once with a Handgun
62
Warriors Staunch and True
64
Deer Camp November 2006
66
A Partial List of Unanswered Questions
67
Copyright

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Considering the biographical nature of this collection of stories, it is diffi cult to think of what to include on this page that has not been included. Briefl y, Ken received his BA in English from Wayne State University and his MA from Michigan State University. After teaching English for thirty-three years, thirteen of which included supervising the school yearbook staff at Pontiac Central High School, he retired to his summer home on a lake in the upper peninsula of Michigan. He spends the warmest half of the year at Pike Lake in Luce County with his wife of more than fi fty years. When temperatures begin to fall, Ken and Joanne head south to the Rio Grande Valley of Texas. However, it never fails, that when the calendar page turns to November, his thoughts focus on the fi fteenth of that month and who's out in a blind waiting for the sun to shed it's light on opening day of fi rearms deer season.

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