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ISBN:0967397529
Author: Larry Dablemont
ISBN13: 978-0967397528
Title: Dogs and Ducks and Hat-Rack Bucks : Short Stories for the Outdoorsman.
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Language: English
Category: Short Stories and Anthologies
Publisher: Lightnin Ridge; First Edition edition (November 1999)
Pages: 200

Dogs and Ducks and Hat-Rack Bucks : Short Stories for the Outdoorsman. by Larry Dablemont



Dogs Ducks and Hat Rack Bucks Short Stories from the Outdoorsman. A Companion book to "Ain't No Such Animal", containing 28 more short stories published in the '70's and '80's in National Outdoor Magazines. This book has a total of 240 pages, and is also illustrated in pen and ink by Tom Goldsmith.

Dogs and Ducks and Hat-Rack Bucks : Short Stories for the Outdoorsman.

A Companion book to "Ain't No Such Animal", containing 28 more short stories published in the '70's and '80's in National Outdoor Magazines. Library descriptions. No library descriptions found.

Books by Larry Dablemont, Dogs and Ducks and Hat-Rack Bucks, Ridge Runner, Memories From a Misty Morning Marsh, The Front Bench Regulars, The Greatest Wild Gobblers, The authentic American johnboat, Ain't no such animal. and other stories from the Ozarks hills. Dogs and Ducks and Hat-Rack Bucks. Memories From a Misty Morning Marsh. The Front Bench Regulars. The Greatest Wild Gobblers. The authentic American johnboat. Ain't no such animal.

Dogs and Ducks and Hat-Rack Bucks . . This book has a total of 240. My Autism HatRack - The Life Flip. by Maureen Brice Bordelon. What do you do when you are thrown into the World of Autism? Well, you find Hope and Healing along your journey into the "Life Flip" while wearing a lot.

Dogs & Ducks & Hat Rack Bucks.

Will and Guy's Strange But True Dog Stories. A dog is man's best friend; these stories illustrate just why this is so true. Miracle Dog's 60 Mile Car Odyssey. As the weeks went by he seemed to be seeing more people out walking their dogs and the more he saw the more he thought about his idea to create a social networking site for dog lovers. Not one for giving up he thought why not give it a try, the next town he came to he stopped at a shopping centre enquired about computers magazines bought them and later that night when parked up started reading into the making of a web site.

A Companion book to "Ain't No Such Animal", containing 28 more short stories published in the '70's and '80's in National Outdoor Magazines. This book has a total of 240 pages, and is also illustrated in pen and ink by Tom Goldsmith.
Reviews: 3
Mavegelv
Better than expected, autographed!
Xor
Very entertaining!
Querlaca
This 200 page book, that has been out since 1999, is an anthology of the author's past work with some new stories (at the time) thrown in for good measure. The work includes twenty five short stories, semi-legions, hunting and fishing tales. The author's subject matter includes dogs, hunting, fishing, floating, and camping stories from the Ozark Mountains and general observations from the author thrown in here and there.
These are well written and well crafted works that capture perfectly the essence of the Missouri and Arkansas Ozarks. Many of the stories are taken from episodes which occurred during the author's youth. Most of these outdoor tales were written during the 1960s and 1970s.

The author's style is very reminiscent of that of the famous outdoor writer Robert Rouark and I suspect that Dablemont has been strongly influenced by him. Rouark's Old Man and The Boy is one of the best works in this genre ever put to print, so I suppose that if you are going to be influenced by someone, which all authors are, that Rouark would be a good choice. As you read, you will also note that the author brings back the style and flair of many of the old outdoor writers that were prominent during the 1940s and 1950s in publications such as Field and Stream and Sports Afield. These are publications I grew up reading, so I feel quite comfortable with this current work. This author also has an acute sense of humor and can be quite amusing.

Dablemont is particularly strong when he writes of dogs, nature and the old timers he has been associated with. I no longer hunt, for many reasons, but still appreciate reading of the times, men and dogs that were participating in this activity when it still had honor and adventure attached to it. Dablemont has obviously been there and done it and portrays it quite well. There are some very nice black and white illustrations by Tome Goldsmith, a very talented artist.

For some great outdoor reading, it would be hard to beat this stuff and I do highly recommend it.

Don Blankenship
The Ozarks