Rabbiting in the Highlands of Scotland (Hardback)Douglas Cox (author)
Hardback 363 Pages / Published: 04/06/2009
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My name is Douglas Cox, better known as Country Boy. This is my true-to-life story of what happened to me when I was in my early twenties which was way back in time in the decade of the 1970s. I tell of how I would travel with my friend Barry, the long-distance lorry driver, up into the Bonny Highlands of Scotland and while Barry would stay up there haulaging all week long, I would be dropped off. I would sleep rough in my self-made bivouac in the vast fir tree plantations on a Laird's vast estate which stretched thirty miles long and twenty miles wide. The Laird's estate was absolutely out of control with rabbits and I would poach these rabbits all week long with my ferrets and then Barry would pick me up again on his back track home. You readers must now have to ask yourselves, 'DID I GET CAUGHT?' or 'DIDN'T I GET CAUGHT?' poaching the Laird's rabbits. You will have to read my exciting and knowledgeable true-to-the-fact story to find out. Now you readers sit back comfortably and read my true McCoy of a book which is the story of all lifetime's of stories on big time rabbit catching, plus many of my graphic, in great detail illustrations, this book is a hardbook version 359 pages.
Publisher: Upfront Publishing
Number of pages: 363
Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 19 mm
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