This series of books is compiled from the many hundreds of thousands of words penned by all manner of hunters, from visiting sportsmen, to professionals and even those icons whose worlds bridge the old and new.
Author: African Hunter Magazine
This series of books is compiled from the many hundreds of thousands of words penned by all manner of hunters, from visiting sportsmen, to professionals and even those icons whose worlds bridge the old and new. They are presented here as easy reading, perhaps while one sits beside a glowing mopane fire sipping a whisky, or whilst in wait for that elusive leopard, or simply as a night-time elixir, setting the canvas of your mind for dreams to come. Travel with us as we journey through the mystique that is the Dark Continent. Sleep well and good hunting.
The deputy still believed that the gang was trying to escape to Canada , so he
leap - frogged north by rail to the Blackfeet Indian Reservation . This area had
become a lively place after the Great Northern built its mainline across the
reserve in 1890 . During the next year , contract crews — using a parallel tote
roadhad constructed the tracks west , over Marias Pass and down Bear Creek
and the Middle ...
Author: Dave Walter
Publisher: Farcountry Press
Montana history at its wildest and most intriguing. These 15 stories--illustrated with historical photographs--flash with humor, action, indignation, amazement, and admiration for what some Montanans (and visitors) added to the state's story.
F. E. S. Finn , London : John Murray , 1978 Great Short Tales of Mystery and
Terror , ed . ... Graveyard Rats " , ( vi ) Campfire Tales , William W. Forgey ,
Merrillville , IN : ICS Books , 1989 The Bloody Hand , ( vi ) Campfire ... Joseph A.
Margolies , Whittlesey House , 1946 The Road from Colonus , ( ss ) The Celestial
Omnibus and Other Stories , London : Sidgwick & Jackson ... David A. Sutton ,
London : Sphere , 1971 Shrewhampton North - East , ( ss ) New Writings in
Horror and the ...
Author: Michael Ashley
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
Indexes story collections by editor, book title, author, and story title
These tales have a basis in fact as artifacts found in female nomadic burials,
dating around 2500 years ago throughout the Eurasian steppes, have ... silk
roads that traversed the steppes from southern Europe to points eastward into
China, sat around nightly camp fires spinning tales of far-off lands, of women who
rode horseback, shot arrows, killed men, and with their supernatural ... The
Amazons had shipwrecked on the shores of the North Black Sea and
encountered the Scythians.
Author: Hamid Wahed Alikuzai
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
Afghanistan Literature is Worlds greatest and richest without Afghan- Literature no European (German, French, Spanish or English) Literature would exist today The Vedas, Zoroastrian, and Buddhist, among the oldest known Literature of Afghanistan, originating from the Great capital of Bactria present day Balkh, and Aria present day Herat, Sanskrit is the reference to the original history of Afghanistan. The Saxon Europeans influence during the Great Games of the mid nineteenth century affected the Afghan language, religion and Territories size, which previously had extended from India to North Africa at 2.6 million square kilometers. The Great Games continued at any cost evolving into present-day conflicts of 2013.
Within months of the end of the ground war in Iraq, the British private military company, or PMC, Global Risk Strategies, had been contracted to deliver some 3.5 billion US dollars worth of the new Iraqi currency throughout the country and ...
Author: I. J Larivers
Within months of the end of the ground war in Iraq, the British private military company, or PMC, Global Risk Strategies, had been contracted to deliver some 3.5 billion US dollars worth of the new Iraqi currency throughout the country and collect in the region of 10,000 tons of the old banknotes for destruction.Between September of 2003 and April of 2004, over 1,000 road trips were undertaken throughout Iraq to deliver the new specie. In the end, the cost of printing the new money was calculated at $130 million and the operational costs would exceed $70 million.In October of 2003, the single fiercest firefight since the end of formal hostilities erupted around one of Global's convoys, and made headline news around the world.
284 within the college's library, the Ervin Library offers a window into a great
mind. Apart from the Ervin Library, ... and the other half away. To find Andrews
Geyser take US 70 west from Old Fort and follow the signs, first onto Old US 70,
then up Mill Creek Road. ... So find a good viewpoint and a clear night, bring to
mind your favorite campfire tale, and wait for the lights to come out. With luck, you
can view ...
Author: Jim Hargan
Publisher: The Countryman Press
With Explorer’s Guides, expert authors and helpful icons make it easy to locate places of extra value, family-friendly activities, and excellent restaurants and lodgings. Regional and city maps help you get around and What’s Where provides a quick reference on everything from tourist attractions to off-the-beaten-track sites. From America’s most popular national parks to the sands of the Outer Banks to the cool peaks of the tallest mountains in the East, writer/photographer Jim Hargan covers everything worth seeing and doing in his home state. Explore wilderness areas on bicycle or by kayak, visit sleepy hamlets or lively downtowns, enjoy fine dining or country cooking on your quest for the authentic Tarheel experience.
To the north, and not far off, were the hulking dark ruins of the ancient City
Shanathor. ... Old Hekmight had spun many tales around the campfire about the
Great Shepherd, when Makstarn had been younger. ... It was said that this road
cleft the very mountains themselves, and led directly into the fiery inferno of the
Author: Ted White
Publisher: Hachette UK
Makstarn was ugly, an outcast in the midst of the beautiful people of his tribe. Where they were tall and slender, he was short and squat. Where they were golden, touched with the beauty of the dawn, he was black and hairy . . . and hated by those of his own generation. It little mattered that the Elders respected him for what he was . . . and for what his father, Max Quest, had been; the young were all that mattered. And their hatred drove him at last from the tribe, and on an impossible journey in search of the memory of his father . . . and in search of his own manhood.
Fly-fishing guide Rusty Wilson spent years collecting these stories from his clients around the campfire, stories guaranteed to scare the pants off you-or make you want to meet the Big Guy!
Author: Rusty Wilson
Ready for some stories from the vast wilderness of Canada, home to the Sasquatch, revered and feared by the natives there since before time was recorded? Settle back with a cup of hot chocolate, lock the doors, and be ready to call your best friend in case you start seeing big hairy faces in the window (but be aware that your friend may also be reading these stories, so have a backup plan). These 12 all new and original stories from Rusty Wilson, the World's Greatest Bigfoot Storyteller, will keep you intrigued, hanging onto the edge of your seat, or wishing you could travel up north and see what all the excitement's about for yourself. Come read about a young man who finally gets his wish to visit one of the world's wildest places, where he quickly realizes that maybe his parents were right after all-then read about the strange case where a Sasquatch discovers a rare fossilized dinosaur skeleton-and then, if you dare, read about a woman who stops for a break on a remote Canadian backroad and ends up taking something home with her that she really doesn't want-and there's the Sasquatch that ends up saving peoples' lives by stealing all their food in the dead of winter-and a Sasquatch that brings a couple together through its death-one who decides it wants to be in a painting-another who likes the taste of loons-and a man who discovers a secret Bigfoot food source-all these and more great campfire tales are guaranteed to make you happy you're safe and sound in your house instead of listening to a Sasquatch screaming in the darkness from inside your thin nylon tent, deep in the Canadian wilds. Or, if you're truly the adventurous type, maybe you'll want to buy a thin nylon tent and head to British Columbia or Alberta. Fly-fishing guide Rusty Wilson spent years collecting these stories from his clients around the campfire, stories guaranteed to scare the pants off you-or make you want to meet the Big Guy! "I suspect that Canada has more wild things than we could imagine in our wildest dreams. If you take a look at a map, you'll see just how immense and rugged many parts of this country are, especially those regions in the north and around the Canadian Rockies and Coastal Mountains. I'm sure there are things out there we could only imagine, one of them being Bigfoot-or Sasquatch, as our northern friends call him." -Rusty Wilson
Authentic Stories and Legends from the Great Uintah Basin George Emery
Stewart. the road . I have never known ... Far across the great valley to the north ,
looking ethereal and transparent in the sky , are the snow capped Uintah ... The
first driver to reach the rendezvous , built a campfire and put the coffee on to boil .
Author: George Emery Stewart
Stories and legends from Uintah and Duchesne counties.
A guide to programs currently available on video in the areas of movies/entertainment, general interest/education, sports/recreation, fine arts, health/science, business/industry, children/juvenile, how-to/instruction.
A . T . s Kidsongs : We Wish You a Covert Action Teams : Cry of Merry Christmas
the Coda Kimagure Orange Road , Vol . ... Time Josephine ' s Imagination The
Land Before Time 2 : The Josie & the Pussycats in Great Valley Adventure Outer
Space ... Little Bear : Campfire Tales Little Bear : Feel Better , Little Bear Little
Bear : Snacktime Tales Little Bear : Winter Tales ... Madeline and the Toy Factory
Madeline at Cooking School Madeline at the North Pole Madeline in London
Author: Thomson Gale
Publisher: Gale Cengage
From classroom aids to corporate training programs, technical resources to self-help guides, children's features to documentaries, theatrical releases to straight-to-video movies, The Video Source Book continues its comprehensive coverage of the wide universe of video offerings with more than 130,000 complete program listings, encompassing more than 160,000 videos. All listings are arranged alphabetically by title. Each entry provides a description of the program and information on obtaining the title. Six indexes -- alternate title, subject, credits, awards, special formats and program distributors -- help speed research.