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A Field Guide to Geezers: An Illustrated Look at a Curious Branch of Hominids By Rae Ellen Lee John A. Alley A Field Guide to Geezers An Illustrated Look at a Curious Branch of Hominids Written with affection by an amateur naturalist and geezer enthusiast A Field Guide to Geezers is based on decades of research This first book of its kind offers detailed field notes and illustration
  • Title: A Field Guide to Geezers: An Illustrated Look at a Curious Branch of Hominids
  • Author: Rae Ellen Lee John A. Alley
  • ISBN: 9781484924129
  • Page: 386
  • Format: Paperback
  • A Field Guide to Geezers: An Illustrated Look at a Curious Branch of Hominids By Rae Ellen Lee John A. Alley Written with affection by an amateur naturalist and geezer enthusiast, A Field Guide to Geezers is based on decades of research This first book of its kind offers detailed field notes and illustrations describing the unique behaviors and entertaining habits of the various species You, too, will discover that these charming hominids really are worthy of your time and atteWritten with affection by an amateur naturalist and geezer enthusiast, A Field Guide to Geezers is based on decades of research This first book of its kind offers detailed field notes and illustrations describing the unique behaviors and entertaining habits of the various species You, too, will discover that these charming hominids really are worthy of your time and attention The author shares viewing techniques as well as secret tips for meeting and live trapping your very own dream geezer the rules Includes authentic geezer stories by Post Hole Augerson, a geezer of some renown in Northern Idaho.
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      Rae Ellen Lee grew up on a stump ranch in northern Idaho She worked for the U.S State Dept in Washington, D.C Switzerland, and then Yugoslavia before attending the Univ of Idaho, where she earned a degree in Landscape Architecture Employment with the U.S Forest Service in Idaho and Montana followed, until 1997, when she resigned and moved to a sailboat, The Shoe, with new husband, Tom She wrote about that experience, in I ONLY CUSS WHEN I M SAILING, first published in 2001 as If The Shoe Fits by Sheridan House.Her first novel, THE BLUEBIRD HOUSE, first published by Five Star in 2002, is a paranormal, historical, romance adventure romp with a mystery and some mountain man recipes, set in and around that old Montana mining camp brothel she lived in and renovated This book was a readers choice selection of Salt Lake Public Library patrons.Her second memoir, published in 2012, is set on St John, U.S Virgin Islands In MY NEXT HUSBAND WILL BE NORMAL A St John Adventure indie published in early 2012 , Rae Ellen shares the funny side of events when, soon after unpacking their flip flops, Tom realizes he is really a she Told with a generous heart and a tragicomic style, you ll find added heat from a cast of colorful cats, customers, and Caribbean personalities Toss in a few sex toys, some steel pan music, a pinch of voodoo and stir.She has also published POWDER MONKEY TALES A Portrait in Stories, by Wesley Moore alias Post Hole Augerson, a geezer of some renown in northern Idaho A farm boy from Illinois who headed west in 1941, Wes became a woods worker and powder monkey, which means he used dynamite to help build roads for the logging industry in the 1940s and 1950s This booklet captures the history and humor of her father, as told to her One story was performed in the Idaho Centennial Play, IDAHO TALES, TALL AND TRUE, in 1989.Rae Ellen is currently writing a novel set in 1999 about the lives of a few good women working in a north woods sawmill A geezer enthusiast, she is also working on a guidebook to geezer species.Rae Ellen now lives and writes in Bellingham, WA, in the company of her porch doodle, Sudsie, and as often as possible, she hikes, bikes, and sketches with her Montana granddaughter, Madison.

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    1. Rae Ellen Lee and I have in common than the fact that we went to high school together Although I didn t realize it until reading her latest book A Field Guide to Geezers , we were both raiseddoctrinatedtaught about the world true geezers Hers, a died in the wool North Woods type, with dynamite if you haven t read her other book Powder Monkey Tales , consider it a companion to this field guide mine, having spent half his life riding the rails on the Santa Fe and the other half punching cows in N [...]


    2. This book, written in the traditional scientific style of all field guides, is absolutely hilarious If you are looking for a gift for a reader who is a senior, about to become a senior, or deals with seniors on a daily basis, this is a perfect one Whole families will laugh while clustered around its pages, trying to identify which classifications their beloved geezers belong to.


    3. I won this book from , and I ll admit I didn t really know what I was signing up for I just thought it sounded clever and quippy I was correct Even though a 46 year old suburban man is no doubt NOT the reader that author Rae Ellen Lee has in mind, I live in Wisconsin Which means I know a lot of guys from many of the 15 geezer species she describes in this chuckle worthy collection of notes and illustrations covering the behaviors and habits of each A species sampling White Rumped Geezers, Gearhe [...]


    4. I got this book from a First Reads giveaway It s not an awful book, and I m sure the right person will like it as a gag or quick diversion But I don t even find it worthwhile as a diversion I didn t find it very clever or funny, it was actually quite dull The illustrations are charming, and the writing is tolerable though there are a few typos and punctuation mistakes scattered throughout I just didn t enjoy it.



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