I know, I know…this blog is about things with fur, feathers, fins, hooves…but I just have to ask. Not being a gardener since I failed miserably at it years ago (great at growing weeds, never got any produce–not even zucchini, … Continue reading →
Monthly Archives: August 2009
Rain, rain, rain…. Has anyone seen Noah lately? I’m thinking that he is going to appear at our door any day now and say, “Grab the animals–it’s time to get on the ark!” I just ran outside to take a … Continue reading →
MEMORIES OF ROY ROGERS and TRIGGER Do you remember the 1930s and 40s, the glory decades of silver screen westerns, when our heroes were cowboys and simple justice always prevailed? Or, if you’re a bit younger, do you remember hours … Continue reading →
THE OLD HORSE TRADER #3….AND THE SHOTGUN GRAY
We’ve all seen pickup trucks going down the road with a faithful dog sitting nonchalantly next to the driver. Perhaps you have one of those heart-and-soul companions who happily rides with you to your every destination. Verne fondly recalls the … Continue reading →
If you like animals….
Save the Last Dance, my August book release (for the Everlasting line, shelved with the Superromances) is in the stores now–Barnes and Noble, Walmart, Target, KMart, you name it! Or, you can find it online at www.eharlequin.com by simply typing … Continue reading →
The Old Horse Trader #2: A Trail Ride to Remember
Verne Upmier was in the business of training and trading horses long before many of us were born. He was one of the early distance trail riders, too–he rode on many of the first 65 -100 mile rides held in … Continue reading →
The Old Horse Trader…..
I got my first horse at the age of six, and have never been without one since. I first had an ancient bay mare, and then as time went on, I would ride down three miles of Minnesota gravel roads … Continue reading →