Camp-fire musings : life and good times in the woods . our island and came closeto the cabins. We wereshort of meat and a riflecame quickly out. Mrs.Gray saw its sweet, inno-cent baby face, and posi-tively forbade any one toharm it. Well, then, letus catch it and have a petdeer. That was agreedto, and a cordon wasformed to drive it intothe lake where George wasready with a boat. Weclosed in, as we sup- 66 (£amp-^tre ITtustngs This little chap showed only his nose and ears abovewater—and he went like a streak. The deersability to swim is its defense against the wolf. Whatthe secret of the refus

Camp-fire musings : life and good times in the woods . our island and came closeto the cabins. We wereshort of meat and a riflecame quickly out. Mrs.Gray saw its sweet, inno-cent baby face, and posi-tively forbade any one toharm it. Well, then, letus catch it and have a petdeer. That was agreedto, and a cordon wasformed to drive it intothe lake where George wasready with a boat. Weclosed in, as we sup- 66 (£amp-^tre ITtustngs This little chap showed only his nose and ears abovewater—and he went like a streak. The deersability to swim is its defense against the wolf. Whatthe secret of the refus Stock Photo
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Camp-fire musings : life and good times in the woods . our island and came closeto the cabins. We wereshort of meat and a riflecame quickly out. Mrs.Gray saw its sweet, inno-cent baby face, and posi-tively forbade any one toharm it. Well, then, letus catch it and have a petdeer. That was agreedto, and a cordon wasformed to drive it intothe lake where George wasready with a boat. Weclosed in, as we sup- 66 (£amp-^tre ITtustngs This little chap showed only his nose and ears abovewater—and he went like a streak. The deersability to swim is its defense against the wolf. Whatthe secret of the refusal of the wolf to follow a deerinto the water is I am not sure. The wolf has betterfeet for fast swimming than the deer. The bear hasbetter paddles than either of them, and yet he willnot swim except upon strong necessity. My opinionis that the deer is more than a match for its enemy inthe water—that, if a doe, she would knock the swim-ming wolfs head to tatters with her blade-like fore-hoofs, and if a buck he would quickly kill him withhis antl

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