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"Grouse on the Mountain" by Evans,  "The Old Man and the Boy" by Ruark and the latest issues of Sporting Classics and Trail Runner magazines. 

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Hey Wisconsin aka Ken, have you ever considered putting together a book with your columns? I had some talks with the editors of the magazine I wrote an outdoor column for. It was a possibility since I

My end table has a lamp on it.   My other end table has another lamp on it.

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 Nov

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Testimony by Robbie Robertson. Really good book so far, really really big ego and name dropper. It does give you a little bit of insight about Levon. I suspect the truth lies somewhere between his book and Levon's

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51kg9c1p15L._AC_UL160_.jpgOn the origin/evolution  of language in humans. Controversial but interesting book on a subject that has interested me for a long time.

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Just finished, for the umpteenth time, one of Nash Buckingham's books, one by Arthur Macdougall, the newest Michael Connelly, etc.

 

Brad, when you are done I'd love to have you start a thread on the "Pukkas Promise" book which I think holds a great deal of information all dog owners should know.

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Not my end table but my bed, just finishing it. This is a great read for anyone interested in WWII, or reading exciting non-fiction about espionage, wilderness survival, and regular guys with huge ones. It's about the Norwegian resistance efforts to stop the production of heavy water at a hydroelectric plant in their country. The Nazi's were using it for atomic research. This was a hard one to put down. 

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I have moved on to the new Steve Smith book Woodcock Shooting. I will be reading it on the company jet when I fly to/from Texas tomorrow.

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1 hour ago, RuffChaser said:

I have moved on to the new Steve Smith book Woodcock Shooting. I will be reading it on the company jet when I fly to/from Texas tomorrow.

 

Woodcock Shooting or Woodcock Rising? I got Smith's Woodcock Rising for Christmas. Planned on reading it this summer for a warm up to bird season.

 

Right now I like to read turkey type books for the coming spring. Thinking about a re-read of Kenny Morgan's "Turkey Hunting A One Man Game"

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9 hours ago, RuffChaser said:

I have moved on to the new Steve Smith book Woodcock Shooting. I will be reading it on the company jet when I fly to/from Texas tomorrow.

 

I saw our company jet once. 

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"The Boys in the Boat" by Daniel James Brown.  Epic tale of the U Washington 8 man rowing team that made it to the Berlin Olympics in 1936.  Beautifully written and highly entertaining, even if you could care less about rowing.  A must read.

 

Finally about to start "All the Pretty Horses" by you know who.

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10 hours ago, topdog1961 said:

 

I saw our company jet once. 

No company can justify a jet, only TV evangelists can afford jets.

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