Sporting Visent GTX® 17" Dark Olive/Dark Brown - 40
The World´s 100 Weirdest Sporting Events: Geoff Tibballs
The Bumper Book of Slightly Forgotten but Nevertheless Still Great British Olympians and Other Sporting Heroes: Simon Bullivant
Klassische hochwertige Schießweste mit Büffellederverstärkungen an der Vorderseite. Vielseitig einsetzbar für die Jagd und den Schießstand. Die doppelten, geräumigen Fronttaschen bieten viel Stauraum für Schrotpatronen und weitere wichtige Utenslilien. Durch die Mesh-Einsätze am Rücken, der Seite und vorne im unteren Bereich erhält die Schießweste nicht nur eine sportliche Optik, sondern das Gewebe sorgt auch für einen angenehmen Temperaturausgleich. Die Weite ist mit Druckknöpfen am Bund regulierbar. Sehr praktisch ist der Gehörschutzhalter und die Mesh-Gewebe-Tasche hinten im Gesäßbereich. Zwei-Wege-Reißverschluss mit Zipper. Die Schießweste ist waschbar. Oberstoff: 100% Baumwolle; Futter: 100% Polyester
A moving collection of fishing stories by one of America’s legendary outdoor writers. Throughout his career, Harry Middleton contributed hundreds of stories, essays, and book reviews to some of the most respected periodicals, including the New York Times, Sports Illustrated, Gray’s Sporting Journal, Field & Stream, Country Journal, Smithsonian, and Sierra, among others. When he died in 1993, Middleton left behind a legacy rich with mountain streams, wild trout, and fishermen’s dreams. In That Sweet Country is a fresh, exhilarating collection of a renowned fishing writer’s previously published works. A recognized name in outdoor writing, Middleton brings us inspiring selections such as ´´An Angler’s Lament” from Southern Living (1987),´´Spring on the Miramichi” from The Flyfisher (1991), ´´A Haunting Obsession with Brown Trout” from the New York Times (1992), and many more. Listeners who have loved Middleton’s work will cherish this compilation, while novice fishermen will gain a view of the world as Middleton saw it: ´´There are so few left, so few who believe the earth is enough.” 1. Language: English. Narrator: Bill Dewees. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/008714/bk_adbl_008714_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
How a Peace Corps Poster Boy Won My Heart and a Third World Adventure Changed My LifeIn this laugh-out-loud funny memoir, a pampered city girl falls head over little black heels in love with a Peace Corps poster boy and follows him literally to the ends of the earth.Eve Brown always thought she would join the Peace Corps someday, although she secretly worried about life without sushi, frothy coffee drinks, and air conditioning. But with college diploma in hand, it was time to put up or shut up. So with some ambivalence she arrives at the Peace Corps office sporting her best safari-chic attire to casually look into the steps one might take if one were to become a global humanitarian, a la Angelina Jolie. But when Eve meets John, her dashing young Peace Corps recruiter, all her ambivalence flies out the window. She absolutely must join the Peace Corps - and win John´s heart in the process. Off to Ecuador she goes and - after a year in the jungle - back to the States she runs, vowing to stay within easy reach of a decaf cappuccino for the rest of her days. But life had other plans. Just as she´s getting reacquainted with the joys of toilet paper, John gets a job with CARE and Eve must decide if shes up for life in another third-world outpost. Before you can say, ´´pass the malaria prophylaxis,´´ the couple heads off to Uganda, and the fun really begins--if one can call having rats in your toilet fun.Fortunately, in Eve´s case one certainly can, because to her, every experience is an adventure to be embraced, and these pages come alive with all of the alternatively poignant and uproarious details.With wit and candor, First Comes Love, Then Comes Malaria chronicles Eve´s misadventures as an aspiring do-gooder. From intestinal parasites to getting caught in a civil war, culture clashes to unexpected friendships, here is an honest and laugh-out-loud funny look at the search for love and purpose from a woman who finds bot 1. Language: English. Narrator: Eileen Stevens. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/001873/bk_adbl_001873_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.