Title

Sam Cook, a bowhunter, doesn't own a phone and usually sleeps in his truck. He

Source

Salt

Date

1-2006

Volume Number

Number 60/61

Pages

112-123

Abstract

Sam Cook, a bowhunter, doesn't own a phone and usually sleeps in his truck. He does odd jobs but would like to start a business that would allow him to share his love of bowhunting and the world of whitetail deer. He grew up hunting with his father and sometimes goes to the family camp on Moosehead Lake, but typically hunts in the Portland suburbs, where deer are more acclimated to humans. He has begun to realize that a more normal life is passing him by. Toward the end of hunting season, he decides to stay at his parents' home in Buxton and hunt in the familiar woods behind the house, where he finally shoots a buck.

Subjects

Bowhunting

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