He preferred the beech woods to the cultivated fields, the trap line or woodsman's ax to the plow.
Ed was not an astronomer, but he had a woodsman's knowledge of the sky.
As for the woodsman, he knew dogs, and was not greatly surprised at his strange ally.
If you are a woodsman, ten or fifteen minutes has sufficed to accomplish all this.
She could not check a gasp, but both the priest and the woodsman saw how intrepid was the struggle in her, and they both pitied.
"That is how I know about you," explained the woodsman, returning to the fire.
"Why I've diskivered what I war most afeard on," answered the woodsman.
He was a woodsman and hunter, with experience of swamps and bayous.
The woodsman cannot take a grindstone into the woods and the best substitute is a file.
Gone was the quiet school-teacher, gone even the scout and woodsman.