I put up at bootjack camp on the raging Willow River, where the gay-plumaged chipmunk and the spruce gum have their home.
He then said to his dog, 'Dandie, I cannot find my bootjack; search for it.'
In a hunting country, there should be a bootjack and boothooks in the closet.
The bootjack doesn't make the souvenir; it's the souvenir makes the bootjack, doesn't it?
Jarvis Kerruish was on the settle pushing off his slush-covered boots with a bootjack.
"Leave the room," says master, starting up and catching of his bootjack.
Having delivered himself of this solemn preface, he brought the bootjack.
And Boots could assure me—which he did, touching his hair with his bootjack—that he hadn't found it yet.
But when man makes a vise, or a wedge, or a bootjack, he uses his individual intelligence.
And it was evident that Toby did not know about bringing the bootjack.