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by Patrick Shaughnessy

eBook Hard Hunting download ISBN: 0876912706
Author: Patrick Shaughnessy
Publisher: Winchester Press; 1st edition (1978)
Language: English
Pages: 182
ePub: 1412 kb
Fb2: 1985 kb
Rating: 4.9
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Patrick "Spark" Shaughnessy is the President and CEO of AVI Communications, Inc. in Lewisville, Texas and owner of Spark Shaughnessy and Associates, LLC, Dallas, Texas. Patrick has won numerous awards including a Clio, a Gold Medal for film production from the New York Film Festival, and he also served as Executive Producer of one of the largest corporate shows ever, The Coca-Cola Centennial Celebration with an audience of 14,000 bottlers from 140 countries.

In this day and age of immediate e-mail transmissions, satellite phones, ATV's, infa-red imaging and other high-tech contrivances, it's refreshing to step back a mere 30 years and vicariously re-live true 'Hard Hunting.' Patrick Shaughnessy and Diane Swingle take the reader through a series of true 'blue collar' expeditions. As they relate assorted exciting hunts during a 2-month sojourn in British Columbia in the late summer and early fall of 1973, the reader - especially true outdoorsy types like myself - find themselves intrinsically involved in every step of their hunts. Both professional business-types at the time they embarked on their adventures, they leave the hustle and bustle of civilization and return to a lifestyle not seen since the days of the mountain men. Shaughnessy and Swingle are both excellent writers, and craft their assorted tales - each taking turns throughout the book - in thoughtful, yet easy-to-read styles. The final paragraph of the book is uncannily accurate in a forward-thinking way, and left this reader - 30 years after the words were written - intrigued at the truthfulness of it all. A great read!
Comments: (3)
Lanionge
This book may not have been written last year, but compared to other classic writings, it's relatively new. Even though the authors' equipment and such may be outdated for most folks (personally, I dig it), there is a timelessness to not only the writing itself but also to their methods and mindframes, and we might all do ourselves a favor and enjoy our own hunting experiences more if we would approach them more like they did - with self reliance and unrelenting hard work.

If this book were reprinted and marketed correctly, it might sell better than it did the first time. Many folks are eager to return to a no frills, low gadget-centered type of hunting. The authors bring a real sense of adventure to their readers. When Outdoor Life published excerpts maybe 25 years ago or more, I thoroughly enjoyed them and was dismayed when my mother threw out the old magazines. Occasionally I searched in vain for a copy, mostly before the days of internet, and was thrilled when I found one recently on Amazon. I am a slow reader who jumps from book to book and takes months to complete one, but this one took about a week. I was captivated, and well before the end I realized that it's a classic.

I could still remember a lot of the exact wording from when I read the excerpts, even without the "new" book in hand. Their writings even helped shape a lot of the writing done in my own self-published book entitled "Go West, Young Dan", detailing a few of my western hunting trips, right down to my choice of using a 270 Winchester caliber rifle and 130 grain Nosler Partition bullets. I haven't tried yet, but I hope to contact the authors somehow and send them one of the few remaining copies of my book.

Thank you, Amazon, for helping put a copy of "Hard Hunting" on my coffee table.
SadLendy
Good quality, just as described, quickly shipped! No complaints. Would recommend to anyone interested in this book. Actually bought 2, one for me and one for a friend. We both love the quality and the timing on the shipment.
Doukasa
In this day and age of immediate e-mail transmissions, satellite phones, ATV's, infa-red imaging and other high-tech contrivances, it's refreshing to step back a mere 30 years and vicariously re-live true 'Hard Hunting.'
Patrick Shaughnessy and Diane Swingle take the reader through a series of true 'blue collar' expeditions. As they relate assorted exciting hunts during a 2-month sojourn in British Columbia in the late summer and early fall of 1973, the reader - especially true outdoorsy types like myself - find themselves intrinsically involved in every step of their hunts.
Both professional business-types at the time they embarked on their adventures, they leave the hustle and bustle of civilization and return to a lifestyle not seen since the days of the mountain men.
Shaughnessy and Swingle are both excellent writers, and craft their assorted tales - each taking turns throughout the book - in thoughtful, yet easy-to-read styles. The final paragraph of the book is uncannily accurate in a forward-thinking way, and left this reader - 30 years after the words were written - intrigued at the truthfulness of it all.
A great read!