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Ted: A Dog's Tale

Ted: A Dog's Tale

Created on: Jan-29-2016   Published on: May-15-2016

 

8.5" x 11" - Perfect Binding - Softcover - Color - Photo Book
Theme: Journal    Sales Term: Everyone
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A dog's life. Like the pluck of a stringed instrument, the sound lingers yet fades and is finally lost. This is an effort to allow this exceptional friend's life to linger just a bit longer for those that knew him.

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The book is not intended to offend; this is about heritage and the continued participation with the natural world. Some choose to relate to prey and some to predators - it is the choice of the individual. I respect everyone's choice and only ask that they do likewise.

The wildlife harvested during hunts are free roaming, fair-chase, unguided hunts. The wildlife is always respected, photographed as such, and consumed with much appreciation!

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Jack Jack
Joined: Dec-10-2013

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Professor of Engineering Technology at Lewis-Clark State College, Lewiston, ID.

Life-long resident of eastern Washington/northern Idaho. Christian, husband (nearly 30 years), father of five wonderful children and grandfather to five more.

Earned two Associates degrees at Spokane C.C., Undergrad at Eastern Washington University & Grad at University of Idaho. Varied interests including volunteer work with church, education, and Idaho Fish & Game; former Sportsman's Rep for Region 2 of Idaho for IDF&G Advisory Committee. Published outdoor writer.

Educator and mechanical designer; amateur outdoorsman, photographer, artist and writer.

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