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In an attempt to see what the current UJ family is reading, I'm interested in hearing what reading material you have at arms length - now that winter is settling in and the home fires are burning.

 

I have a copy of MacQuarrie's Stories of the Old Duck Hunters & Other Drivel that I am reading again and the latest issues of Gray's Sporting Journal and Sporting Classics.

 

What say you?

 

Ken

 

 

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The Rise Of Theodore Roosevelt.  Part of a 3 book series. I'm reading them out of order as actually this is the first of the series and covers his early life before the presidency. I read the last of the series first which was post presidency to his death.

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Dave in Maine

Beyond Fair Chase.

And some hexadecimal Sudoku printouts.

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Marc Ret

Just finished Captsick's "Death in the Long Grass" for the ? time. 

 

This morning, a good friend returned my copies of Ruark's "Horn of the Hunter" and Babcock's "My Health is Better in November" so they'll probably get re-read next since he's had them for a few years. 

 

 

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Fire Marshal Bill

Right now Gun Dog magazine is sitting on my arm chair. With the hunting season still on and the holidays looming, after which we head for Florida, I probably won't pick up a book until late January. 

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dogrunner

This. Plus lots of magazines. 

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Remo

White Trash. I'm kinda a history buff.

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PartridgeCartridge

I am currently reading the official shortest novel ever written.

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DennisMcFeely

"Timberdoodle Tales" by Tom Waters.

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Treerooster

Reading about testing grouse in PA...it's a short novel now but may become a long one. :)

 

Actually still hunting a lot so just reading magazines, Fur Fish & Game and PDJ.

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atticus

The Drake magazine. Too wet to hunt today so I went fishing. 

 

Sweet16, that is a great book and a terrific series. 

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idcut

An eclectic group of books I'm reading, concurrently! None have to do with hunting, guns or bird dogs!

 

John Adams by David McCullough

Hiroshima/Nagasaki by Paul Ham

Pioneer Days on the Shadowy St Joe by Orland Scott

Taming the Truffle: The History, Lore and Science of the Ultimate Mushroom by 3 different contributing authors

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steveziv

Dispatches by Michael Herr

 

On top of the latest Garden & Gun, Shotgun Sports and Ruffed Grouse magazines.

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steveziv
3 hours ago, Marc Ret said:

Just finished Captsick's "Death in the Long Grass" for the ? time.

 

Same here, my second favorite by Capstick is Death in a Lonely Land.

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Uplander

A single volume containing "King Solomon's Mines," "Allan Quatermain," and "She" by H. Rider Haggard.

 

Something about the 1800s "Lost World" genre really speaks to me.

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