New York: Harper and Brothers, 1922. First Edition. First printing. Octavo (21.5cm); sage green cloth, with titles stamped in gilt, and pictorial label within black ruled border mounted to front cover; dustjacket; [x],394,pp, with photographic frontispiece portrait of the author and 54 plates of illustrations. Light wear and pushing to spine ends, a few trivial rubbed spots to cloth, else a fresh, Near Fine copy, with sound hinges and the titling and pictorial elements intact. In the uncommon pictorial dustjacket - unclipped (priced $3.00), edgeworn and a little dust-soiled, with several tiny nicks and small tears, and a triangular loss to base of spine; old tape repairs to tears and splitting along front joint and lower spine panel (recto and verso), and a partial split along rear joint; Very Good only.
One of Grey's less common nonfiction works, a collection of stories and sketches of Grey's own back-country hunting and fishing trips throughout the American west.