ONE MAN'S PLEASURE by Hugh Fosburgh

ONE MAN'S PLEASURE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Based on a year's diary, these are notes, comments and observations of the things which affected the author during four seasons in New York's Adirondack woods. The activities of the ponds, the winter kill and illegal kill of deer, dousing, canoeing, fishing, trapping, talks with local characters, the search for lost persons, these and many events which made it a period of unceasing activity. Illustrated by Walter Ferguson, this honest and often humorous account of the solitary outdoor life has a strong masculine touch and should appeal to young readers who are scouts or weekend and vacation campers.

Pub Date: May 11th, 1960
Publisher: Morrow