This is a collection of humorous essays by a hunter/fisherman.
"Never Sniff a Gift Fish" (A cast which reaches a fish is never too short), "The Night Grandma Shot Shorty", and "Temporary Measures" were the best of the book. Temporary Measures is so true of any part of life--if you leave a temporary measure there long enough (such as duct taping the filter that isn't quite the right size into the vent over the stove--as a temporary measure until you can find one the right size) it will eventually become permanent. :)
The several essays discussing various childhood escapades made me laugh--testing a deep sea diving suit and coming out of the watering pond and scaring all the cows away, and attempting to launch a home-made glider off the roof, or riding a cow--I feel sorry for his buddy's parents who seemed always to be on the other side of their stampeding cow herd!
Different cover, same book. If you love nature, you will love these hilarious taless of man against nature. It is filled with cracker-barrel wisdom and funny insights into the agonies and esctacies of hunting fishing and camping. You will learn about that dreaded disease "Two -Man-Tent_fever. and much more. I have all his books and decided to share. I went to one of his one-man shows and recommend them to all.