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Author Heavey, Bill, author.

Title You're not lost if you can still see the truck : the further adventures of America's everyman outdoorsman / Bill Heavey. [Axis 360 electronic resource]

Edition First edition.
Publication Info. New York : Atlantic Monthly Press, [2014]
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Description 1 online resource (xii, 270 pages)
text file rda
Contents Taking the bait, 1988-1999. Partners ; Fallback flats ; Shopping is fun, but not for men ; Monster in a box ; The girls of summer ; A chip off the old root ; Can I tell you something? ; A bowhunting obsession ; The waiting ; It's a bass world after all ; A morning in the blind ; Alone with a pretty woman in a small room with a big mirror ; Birth, death, and doves ; Truce and consequences -- It's always November somewhere, 2000-2004. Worthy ; American scene: rod and reel repair ; Tree-stand day ; Finally Uncle Danny ; Suddenly, she was gone ; Killing time ; Bubble boy ; A sportsman's life: drum roll ; Spring canoe tricks ; The kid in the photo ; None dare call it happiness ; Snoop ; Paradise lost ; Only so many ; As good as it gets ; Camp rules ; All alone in tarpon paradise ; Good cop, bald cop -- Not entirely untrue stories, 2005-2009. The 2005 Elmer awards ; On track ; Lost in the woods ; Stalking the highlands ; Daycare fishing ; Always on call ; The wild card ; Good grief ; A sinking feeling ; I've been caught ; Unsinkable ; Have gun, will travel? ; What I believe ; You can't touch this ; Current crazy ; Clay-bird brain ; How to be the man -- I wouldn't try that if I were me, 2010-2014. The last mountain man ; Handy man ; Salute to turkeys ; None for all ; Lizard lust ; School's out ; My late season ; Making the cut ; Casting a spell ; Caulk this way ; Rash words ; Unholy mackerel ; Son of a gun ; The old warrior.
Summary "From the beloved Field & Stream everyman, a collection of hilarious, insightful, and moving pieces about a life lived outdoors"--Publisher's website.
Collects the author's outdoor sporting pieces originally published in Field & Stream magazine, chronicling his excursions and their intersections with his personal life with humor and poignancy.
Subject Hunting.
Outdoor recreation.
Heavey, Bill.
Hunting -- Humor.
Hunting -- Anecdotes.
Fishing -- Humor.
Fishing -- Anecdotes.
Outdoor recreation -- Humor.
Outdoor recreation -- Anecdotes.
Fishing. (OCoLC)fst00926650
Hunting. (OCoLC)fst00964162
Outdoor recreation. (OCoLC)fst01049159
Genre Hunting stories.
Electronic books.
Anecdotes. (OCoLC)fst01423876
Humor. (OCoLC)fst01423696
Hunting stories. (OCoLC)fst01726650
Added Title You are not lost if you can still see the truck
Other Form: Electronic reproduction of (manifestation): Heavey, Bill. You're not lost if you can still see the truck New York : Atlantic Monthly Press, [2014] 9780802123022 (NjBwBT)bl2014051030 (OCoLC)875239943
ISBN 9780802191861 : $15.99
080219186X : $15.99
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