Hilarious true Vermont stories of lovesick moose, hungry bears, raucous raccoons, wily poachers, a goofy tracking dog and the most ingenious use of dynamite you'll ever read....
|Title||:||Vermont Wild: Adventures of Vermont Fish & Game Wardens (Vol. 1)|
|Number of Pages||:||273 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Vermont Wild: Adventures of Vermont Fish & Game Wardens (Vol. 1) Reviews
It helps that I am sitting in a cabin in Eden VT on a lake no less. These stories are as funny as Grizzard or Foxworthy. And even better-they are true or mostly so. “No cussin, no gore, all funny” no kidding. I read two of these in as many days and enjoyed them thoroughly. A little disappointed when I was done like a kid who eats the last slice of cake. Imagine my delight when I encountered at least three if not four more at Bear Pond Books in Stowe. Added to my haul of all things Vermont to take back home to TN.
I would to sit around a camp Fire with Eric Nuse and listen to him tell his tales of adventure. His stories. like those of most rural game wardens are full of animal stories and hunters who do not respect the law. The book however did not meet my expectations. The writing somehow got in the way of the stories. A fun read, but not one that I would really recommend. But if you ever hear of Eric Nuse speaking in your area, I would go.
Great stories! Who knew being a Fish & Game Warden could be so interesting? Moose Vesuvius was the first story I read per a friend's recommendation and after that I just had to purchase the book. I'm looking forward to future volumes.
getting so i really dislike books that replace indented new paragraphs with unindented double spacing. it makes the story too choppy to read.
Meg uses her sense of humor to paint hilarious tales of Vermont's fish and game wardens. Laugh-out-loud funny.