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Tree Stand Scribbles By Tom Yarbrough
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Brief sayings written over a lifetime of deer hunting. Nature and wildlife abound in this collection for any hunter to enjoy.
Brown Deer in the Trees: Bambi's Cap Sante Home By Andi Bowe
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A Cap Sante Deer stands very still in the trees like a statue, and, pretending I do not see her, I walk my dog quietly down the path from the old theatre of stone benches facing the beautiful Mt.... More > Baker from Fidalgo Island's sacred hat: Cap Sante!< Less
Don't Fear Little Deer By Joanne Burns
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Do Not Fear Little Deer is a 24 page, full color children's storybook about a frightened little deer that has a hard time keeping up with the other deers. She is tired and frustrated from trying so... More > hard when things look easy for everyone else. When she comes to a precipice and can't go on any longer, her Leader comes to the rescue and teaches her a new way to reach her destination. Don't Fear Little Deer is nspired by Habakuk 3:19 "The Lord God is my strength..He makes my feet like hinds feet..to walk, not stand still in terror upon high places of ...responsibility.< Less
I'm a Park and You're a Deer By Amy Franceschini et al.
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This book began as a discussion on public space with Golden Gate Park serving as a potential site of fieldwork. The park is in a perpetual state of mutation – it is complicated by each of us.... More > Golden Gate Park stands unto itself as a site of pleasure and curiosity as much as it embodies the legal, social, material and symbolic desires that form the city of San Francisco. Battling historical and political narratives, the construction of publics and counter-publics, leisure space and ecology became part of the workshop's dialogue through collective investigation. This inquiry, as chronicled in this publication, extends beyond San Francisco into an international exploration of parks and public spaces. "I’m A Park And You’re A Deer" is a continuation of this dialogue through diverse formats including: interviews, short fiction, a musical score, essays, photography, and drawings. It is the third book edited by the California College of the Arts Social Practice Workshop.< Less
I'm a Park and You're a Deer By Amy Franceschini et al.
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This book began as a discussion on public space with Golden Gate Park serving as a potential site of fieldwork. The park is in a perpetual state of mutation – it is complicated by each of us.... More > Golden Gate Park stands unto itself as a site of pleasure and curiosity as much as it embodies the legal, social, material and symbolic desires that form the city of San Francisco. Battling historical and political narratives, the construction of publics and counter-publics, leisure space and ecology became part of the workshop's dialogue through collective investigation. This inquiry, as chronicled in this publication, extends beyond San Francisco into an international exploration of parks and public spaces. "I’m A Park And You’re A Deer" is a continuation of this dialogue through diverse formats including: interviews, short fiction, a musical score, essays, photography, and drawings. It is the third book edited by the California College of the Arts Social Practice Workshop.< Less
DeerBook By Robin Gryting
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I am not an expert. I am an amateur. I started these deer stories as a way to capture some unique experiences that I have had so I could remember them at a later time and so others could share in... More > them with me. I was mainly thinking of my son and three daughters, but I had a feeling that there would be general interest, because of the uniqueness of the experiences and details I was able to remember. The stories are true to the best of my ability to perceive and remember them. That means you see some unique happenings in the woods and the successes and failures of an amateur bow hunter. I expect some readers may not like the hunting of animals and my stories "tell it all." In spite of the killing I think it should be evident that I love animals and the woods, but I have developed the love of hunting deer with bow and arrows.< Less
Take-Apart Dome By Phillip Reed
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A how to build book for a 16 1/2' dia. take-apart Geodesic Dome that can be set up or removed in less than an hour. 50 pages, 83 color photographs, 27 detail drawings
Take-Apart Dome By Phillip Reed
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A how to build book for a 16 1/2' dia. take-apart Geodesic Dome that can be set up or removed in less than an hour. 50 pages, 83 color photographs, 27 detail drawings
2017 Light Pro Stock By Will Whitt Productions
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These competitors drove all over the state in 2016 for Dragon Motorsports helping causes that hit close to home. These tractors pack the stands in one hard-hitting calendar.
Jenny and the Impossible Moon Rocket By Betty McCauley
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Jenny dreams of impossible things such as rockets that fly to the moon. But it’s 1938, and Jenny's brother Eric says those things will never happen. Her neighbor Mr. O’Leary disagrees:... More > "Jenny, real things start with pretend and dreams." Jenny and her Buck Rogers Rocket Club friends worry when member Elaine falls ill with Polio. She’ll need a wheel chair, so Jenny dreams up another idea. The Rocket Club will raise the $50 to buy one! Impossible, say Eric and the grown-ups. Who has that much money during these hard times? Jenny asks her friends for help. Rocket Club members join the big Fourth of July parade in Butte, Montana, to advertise their fund-raiser—a Rocket to the Moon Fair. Charlie will contribute his "c’lections" of rocks and metal. Rube, nicknamed after cartoonist Rube Goldberg—inventor of silly gadgets—will build a "rocket" that climbs toward the "$50 dollar moon." What surprises await the Rocket Club and all of Butte? Is this just another impossible dream?< Less