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A View From The Tractor

Author : Roger Evans
ISBN : 1906122687
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Roger Evans, everyone s favourite dairy and poultry farmer, is back with his daily account of rural life, full of laughter, grumbles and witty observations about what makes life tick in the real countryside. From his own farmyard, or looking down on his village from his tractor, or on a stool in the local pub, Roger tells it like it is."
Category: Biography & Autobiography

A View From The Buggy

Author : Jerry S. Eicher
ISBN : 9780736956864
Genre : Religion
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Most of us want a simpler life, and there's no better example of the simple life than found among the Amish. But what is it really like to be Amish? In this delightful compilation of stories by more than 30 Amish men and women, you'll get the inside story on the daily life of Amish families. With humor, grace, and charm, these "plain" people tell their stories; bringing tears, laughter, and an occasional dose of Amish wisdom to your heart. You'll learn... how the Amish love their animals the joys of a community-wide barn-raising the ways the Amish handle great tragedy how the Amish find happiness in giving more than receiving This unforgettable book is compiled by two men who know the Amish. Author Jerry S. Eicher was raised as an Amish boy and Nathan Miller is a member of the Old Order Amish.
Category: Religion

A View From The Bucket

Author : Jean Redekopp
ISBN : 0921411529
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A View From The Lake

Author : Mike Yurk
ISBN : 1449094945
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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AView From The Lake is much more then just a book of fishing stories. Yes there are plenty of fish stories but it just as much a book about people and places. There are memories of fishing with a grandfather and father, old and new friends and now a grandson. We travel to waters near and far. We venture to Cozumel for bonefish, Key West for tarpon, and to Canada for walleyes and northern pike. Closer to home we fish for bass and panfish, on the Mississippi River for walleyes, and an ice fishing trip to Lake Of The Woods. There are memories of an island and the adventure of camping there as a young boy, confidence in a favorite bait, the joys of Christmas vacation and the much anticipated arrival of the greatest fishing catalog of all time. The stories also relate the frustration with lawn work during fishing season, the importance of selecting a good fishing hat, and the beauty and memories associated with an old reel. There is a cabin in Minnesota loaded with colorful characters where just being there is more important then catching fish. There is a muskie fishing story from northern Wisconsin that actually begins in Innsbruck, Austria and another story of a mysterious trout stream in North Carolina. There are memories and laughter, lakes and streams and rivers, family and friends, and all the things that make fishing what it is.
Category: Sports & Recreation

A View From The Bottom

Author : Marlin
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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I am one of 10 children from a poor family. We grew up on food from the surplus food program. I worked as a structural steel fitter, ship fitter and millwright until I figured out that the equipment was more valuable than the people who used it, we were replaceable if we got injured or killed. I joined the Los Barbados Motorcycle Club and began to move to a new world during the early 1970's. We changed over to become members of the Outlaws Motorcycle Club shortly after that. I spent about 8 years as an outlaw. Then, I went to college starting in 1976 using Federal Job Power money. I moved from the biker world to a new world of what was then white collar jobs. This is the story of some of my time in each world and my transition between worlds. The rules for each are so different, they are effectively different worlds existing in the same physical space of this planet. It is clear to me why someone who becomes socially successful can't go back and help others from their old world. If you have something to lose, law enforcement types will use that against you if you stay in contact with old friends from unacceptable worlds. I currently have a Masters degree in Computer Science from George Mason University and graduated with a 4.0 GPA.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Vision Revolution

Author : Mark Changizi
ISBN : 9781935251217
Genre : Science
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In The Vision Revolution, Mark Changizi, prominent neuroscientist and vision expert, addresses four areas of human vision and provides explanations for why we have those particular abilities, complete with a number of full-color illustrations to demonstrate his conclusions and to engage the reader. Written for both the casual reader and the science buff hungry for new information, The Vision Revolution is a resource that dispels commonly believed perceptions about sight and offers answers drawn from the field’s most recent research. Changizi focuses on four “why” questions: 1. Why do we see in color? 2. Why do our eyes face forward? 3. Why do we see illusions? 4. Why does reading come so naturally to us? The Vision Revolution explores phenomena such as cyclopses, peeking and many more you hadn’t even thought to wonder about. Changizi shows how deeply involved these evolutionary aspects of our vision are in why we see the way we do—and what the future holds for us. The Vision Revolution is a book that finally gives attention to what before has been largely neglected by other works on human vision—a book that looks at the “why.”
Category: Science

View From The Summit

Author : Edmund Hillary
ISBN : 9781448109371
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The first man to set foot on the summit of Everest, the man who led a team of tractors to the South Pole, the man who jetboated up the Ganges from the ocean to the sky has, for the first time, gathered all the remarkable adventures of a long life into one volume. But there is more to Edmund Hillary than this. He is also the man who repaid his debt of fame to the Himalayas by inaugurating a programme of building schools, clinics, airstrips and bridges in Nepal. With his still active support, these have gone from strength to strength in the 50 years since he himself mastered the Hillary Step and led his companion Tenzing Norgay up Everest's final summit ridge. View from the Summit is a thoughtful and honest reappraisal of a life spent pushing human ability to its limits and relishing the challenges thrown down by the elements. It is also the story of a man whom the world has taken to its heart.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Tractor In The Pasture

Author : Lee Klancher
ISBN : 1610606795
Genre : Transportation
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To the tractor lover, there is something magical about the tractor in the pasture. It represents wisdom, strength, and former glory as the plower of soil, tender of crops, and the backbone of the nation. Much like the aging racehorse or the prize bull, after its working days are done, old tractors find resting spots on the edges of fields, alongside barns, or in the hedgerows. Today, these rusting piles of iron not only represent the memories of nostalgic farmers (past or present), they represent possibilities of restoration, rejuvenation, and new life as sparkling representations of an age gone by. This book captures scenes of old, retired tractors and couples them with the very sentiments that makes restoration an increasingly popular at tractor hobby. Editor/Author/Photographer Lee Klancher coordinates farmers, tractor collectors, and restorers to compile 20 essays and colorful anecdotes ranging from tractor rescues to their feelings on what their tractors mean to them. A group of artistically photographed depictions of old, resigned or isolated, battered iron, each waiting its turn to be restored to a new life add to the extraordinary quality of this book.
Category: Transportation

The Tractor Field Book

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924071002921
Genre : Farm engines
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Category: Farm engines

A View From The Booth

Author : Jim Baker
ISBN : IND:30000122894821
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Offers a behind-the-scenes look at the careers of popular sportscasters Gil Santos and Gino Cappelletti, who first teamed up to broadcast New England Patriots games in 1972.
Category: Biography & Autobiography