. The sportsman's paradise, or, The lake lands of Canada [microform]. Hunting; Fishing; Chasse; Pêche sportive. 146 THE SPORTSMAN'S PARaDJSE; CHAPTER VIII. I'v Dryino VenisonâA Grand and Beautiful Mountain GoroeâThe Meetino AT THE BkaverDamâOur Photocrapiier Lost in the VVildernkssâA Lonely Nicht on Buck LakeâThe Horriiile DreamâThe Lost Man FoundâThe Unexpected Meetino with a Bull Mouse. ill r:i !. HE preparation for the moose-hunt was now commenced by cutting the flesh of the deer, which we had just killed, into strips or slices, and dry- ^ ing the same on a scaffold erected for the purpose

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. The sportsman's paradise, or, The lake lands of Canada [microform]. Hunting; Fishing; Chasse; Pêche sportive. 146 THE SPORTSMAN'S PARaDJSE; CHAPTER VIII. I'v Dryino VenisonâA Grand and Beautiful Mountain GoroeâThe Meetino AT THE BkaverDamâOur Photocrapiier Lost in the VVildernkssâA Lonely Nicht on Buck LakeâThe Horriiile DreamâThe Lost Man FoundâThe Unexpected Meetino with a Bull Mouse. ill r:i !. HE preparation for the moose-hunt was now commenced by cutting the flesh of the deer, which we had just killed, into strips or slices, and dry- ^ ing the same on a scaffold erected for the purpose
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. The sportsman's paradise, or, The lake lands of Canada [microform]. Hunting; Fishing; Chasse; Pêche sportive. 146 THE SPORTSMAN'S PARaDJSE; CHAPTER VIII. I'v Dryino VenisonâA Grand and Beautiful Mountain GoroeâThe Meetino AT THE BkaverDamâOur Photocrapiier Lost in the VVildernkssâA Lonely Nicht on Buck LakeâThe Horriiile DreamâThe Lost Man FoundâThe Unexpected Meetino with a Bull Mouse. ill r:i !. HE preparation for the moose-hunt was now commenced by cutting the flesh of the deer, which we had just killed, into strips or slices, and dry- ^ ing the same on a scaffold erected for the purpose over our camp-fire. This labor, however, did not inter- fere seriously with the continuation of deer-hunting, trout- fishing, an- bird-shooting; but, inasmuch as we have fully described these sports, we shall hereafter entirely omit, or pass very rapidly over, them, lest a too frequent repetition of that which Is very interesting may become monotonous. We remained on this lake ten days, during which period the venison was fully dried, and we had a very enjoyable time. The weather was generally very pleasant, although we had a sl'Vht snow-storm and occasional rains. The photographer took many negatives, and uinong others, a view of our camp, which appears as a frontispiece in this book. Game was found here in great abundance, and our larder was always well supplied; in fact, there was no time during our stay on this lake when we had not plenty of venison, trout, and ruffed grouse; nor was it found ne- 11. .. â ,;'â ;. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Watson, B. A. (Beriah André), 1836-1892. Philadelphia : J. B. Lippincott

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