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Ook Unfortunately I have very Interest In Any Of "interest in any of Fun on the Big RiverMany sections this book made me laugh out loud Having worked on a towboat floated a raft from St Louis to Memphis and a Johnboat to New Orleans Up on the River rang true with its humor truth and affection Highly recommended. Bmerged trees and for walleyes amid gale force winds nesting and migrating herons and ucks and eagles the histories of river logging and pearling and button making and towboats and barges and the lives of the “ramstugenous” people who move freight on the river Learning about the Upper Mississippi via the wry tutelage of John Madson who iscovered that “whenever I am out on a river some of its freeness rubs off on me” readers of this classic book will also come under the spell of this freenes. ,
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