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High Uinta, A Novel (2015)

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High Uinta, A Novel (2015)

by Robert D. Hatch

$14.95

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This story is about a young single mother who takes her son fishing, but does not know how to fish.
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This story is about a young single mother who takes her son fishing, but does not know how to fish. She hires Cameron, a reluctant guide and an experienced fisherman, to take her to the High Uinta’s, but learns that camping is not a destination; it is an experience, and fishing is not about fishing only. It’s deer and elk interrupted in their summer feeding, and the small marmots or ever present resident chipmunk that has no fear of man, but standing tall on his hind legs, darting hither and yond, almost becomes acquainted before moving on. My earliest memories of the High Uintas is looking down into a small stream so narrow I could jump across it, yet so deep I couldn’t touch the bottom and so cold I didn’t try. It was as if the finger of some great glacier had reached down and scooped out eight or nine feet of dirt as a special place for fish to hide. The tap, tap, tap of the wood pecker echoes across the forest floor like some forgotten tribal ghost reminding us that these lands were once Indian lands and their names like the woodpecker’s tap, tap, tap conjure memories of Indian children and campfires; Uinta, Mohawk, Morat and Spread Eagle Pass.247 pages

Additional Information

ISBN 9780996974363
Author Robert D. Hatch
Age Group age 16+
Book Type paperback

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