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The outdoorsmen (poems for men that don't read poetry): inspiring observations from life and sports in the outdoors / Dan L. Fuller

Fuller, Dan L. (Author).
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Barton Rees Pogue Memorial Public Library - Upland 811 FUL (Text) 76277000036362 NonFiction Available -

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  • Physical Description: 36 pages
  • Date Published: 2015

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Summary, etc.: If you enjoy the fragrance of campfire smoke on a misty morning or the grandeur of alpenglow on a mountain peak at sunset, come enjoy the observations of country poet Dan L. Fuller. The Outdoorsmen, is for men and women who love the lure of the wilderness or the strike of a fighting fish on the line. These are poems from the heartland of America, inspired by experiences in the wild: hunting, fishing, camping, canoeing or hiking mountain meadows. The author shares these inspirational scenes and understands the peaceful, excinting and sometimes dangerous adventures of those who are drawn to call of the natural world.
Genre: Poetry

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