Into these six works Nash Buckingham has breathed the breath of life. Here young or older will recognize an unfolding saga of our gunning and angling relationships, amiably and fearlessly depicted. I make so bold as to predict that some day this and the other books Nash Buckingham has written will enjoy a literary rating as enduring, if not more so, as some now used as educational exhibits in short-story writing. Right you are, I’m, stringing along with these tales of high-principled and purposeful men, great dogs, and anecdotes packed with properly spaced chuckles and heartthrobs. But of course! Some day Nash is going to take me fishing and/or shooting. He’s just got to, folks. Didn’t the wise guy once say—“Hope has got eternal springs”?