San Antonio Man Tells Tall Tale is a memoir of a south Texas boy coming of age in the second half of the twentieth century. Each tale more thrilling than the last, the book chronicles a lifetime of hunting, fishing, and traveling throughout Texas, the Gulf Coast, the Rocky Mountains, and South America. These powerful and often humorous stories of chasing white tail deer, avoiding snakes, fishing for blue marlin, and even courting his wife are based on the author's experiences in the great outdoors with close friends and family. Colorful illustrations by San Antonio artists Clay McGaughy and Pat Safir bring the stories to life. In the end, the reader will find that these are not tall tales at all, but the real life experiences of a lucky kid growing up in South Texas. Filled with humorous twists and turns, this book makes for a fun read for anyone.
San Antonio Man Tells Tall Tale