A Listening Walk --and Other Stories - Pages 20 - 38 Summary & Analysis

Gene Hill
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Pages 20 - 38 Summary and Analysis

In "Equipment Time," Hill explains his love of all his knives, guns, reels, and various other pieces of equipment. While some might dismiss it as playing with toys, Hill considers adjusting his "Equipment Time" to be very important, especially since each rusty hook or toothmark-riddled fly rod carries with it a memory or story. So Hill's equipment is essentially made up of mementos from his life.

In "Too Many Leaders," Hill relishes his relative obscurity as a sportsman amid some of the contemporary celebrities of the sport. Whereas a master celebrity fly fisherman or gunner accomplishes his chosen sport with ease, Hill (and the average sportsman) struggles daily. This struggle is valuable and something to look forward to. The master fisherman has reached his destination; meanwhile, Hill values the continual journey he is on, in respect to both learning...

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