Elliott S. Barker now offers his most lucid memoir. He takes the reader on excursions of all kinds including a wilderness trail ride, a mountain lion hunt and in the same breath a congressional committee hearing. Whatever he talks about comes across with the conviction of having lived it. For all ages.After a while, we went down to Beaver Creek and headed up the other mountainside toward a trail leading back to the ranch. On the way, a fine ... Only then did I notice it was sundownaa long way over the mountain to the ranch. The snow wasna#39;t ... I said, aIta#39;s reasonable, considering the life span of lions that the average lion I killed would have lived four more years. Deer are a ... The easterner asked, aHow much would you ask for that lion as it is, with all lying privileges?aquot; A lion skinanbsp;...
|Title||:||Smokey Bear and the Great Wilderness|
|Author||:||Elliott Speer Barker|
|Publisher||:||Sunstone Press - 1982|