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Hooker Hilton and Other Stories: True Tales from the Canadian Outdoors (Outdoor World Book 1)

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True outdoor stories, based in fact, in real events, told with humor and charm in an entertaining, easy to read style.
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In Hooker Hilton and Other Stories, the author takes you on trips with himself and a small group of friends up inlets, along rivers and into the woods and wilderness in British Columbia on the West Coast of Canada.

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Kindle Edition, 104 pages
Published September 18th 2016 by Balam Media (first published September 16th 2016)
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Eran Rabl
Oct 20, 2016 rated it did not like it
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I stopped in the middle of the second chapter. The chapter-and-a-half I did read were over-burdened with details which made me lost interest.
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Preben Ormen was born in 1953 outside of Oslo, Norway where he spent his first seven years in a small seaside community after which the family moved to the north end of Oslo proper.

After high school, he completed his national military service in the Royal Norwegian Artillery where he trained as a communication platoon leader in a motorized artillery battery attaining the rank of sergeant.

He then
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