Ankle High And Knee Deep

Author: Gail Jenner
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1493010913
Size: 63.89 MB
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Ankle High And Knee Deep from the Author: Gail Jenner. Colicky horses, trucks high-centered in pastures, late nights spent in barns birthing calves--the trials and tribulations of farm and ranch life are as central to its experience as amber waves of grain and Sunday dinners at the ranch house. Ankle High and Knee Deep collects together essays about lessons learned by ranch women, cowgirls, and farmers about what they’ve learned while standing in or stepping out of “mud, manure, and other offal” in their day to day lives on the land. This collection of entertaining and inspirational voices offers unique perspectives on relationships, loss, love, marriage, and parenting and other universal issues. These are contemporary accounts of women struggling to keep a lifestyle intact, recollections of childhoods spent in open spaces, and tales of overcoming obstacles--inspirational reading for city dwellers and country folk, alike.

Help I M Knee Deep In Clutter

Author: Joyce I. Anderson
Publisher: AMACOM Div American Mgmt Assn
ISBN: 9780814474204
Size: 64.48 MB
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Help I M Knee Deep In Clutter from the Author: Joyce I. Anderson. In the bedroom, it’s clothes. In the laundry room, it’s cleaning supplies. And in the basement, it’s old cartons filled with who knows what! Virtually everyone has trouble getting organized, and whether it’s a matter of devising a system for all the dishes in the kitchen, or all the papers in the study, the task can often seem overwhelming. This sanity-saving book provides simple solutions for getting things under control immediately and permanently, and proves that getting organized doesn’t have to be hard...if you have a plan of attack.

Historic Redwood National And State Parks

Author: Gail Jenner
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1493018108
Size: 66.47 MB
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Historic Redwood National And State Parks from the Author: Gail Jenner. If redwood trees could share their stories, what would they say? Some of these giants are thousands of years old, but all have witnessed some truly unique moments in history. Historic Redwood National and State is a vibrant collection of essays sharing different parts of Redwood National Park’s history, from the Native Americans and the early explorers to park visitors today. Celebrate the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service and learn more about the cultural, political, and natural history of Redwood National and State Parks.

In The Shadow Of Lewis And Clark

Author: Marilyn Kilpatrick
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781542661546
Size: 18.55 MB
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In The Shadow Of Lewis And Clark from the Author: Marilyn Kilpatrick. A story of the transition from adolescence to adulthood of young people making their way across country in antebellum America. They start out soon after their wedding on a barge plying the Ohio River with aspirations of taking everything needed to set up a farm in the Willamette Valley-animals including horses, cows, dogs, chickens, ducks and geese, farm implements, food to last the full journey, a hired crewman who is an emancipated slave, and a spirit of adventure. The bride is sure they will have an unusual experience every day. She is right.

Madhu Vidy

Author: Madhukar Anant Mehendale
Publisher:
ISBN:
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Madhu Vidy from the Author: Madhukar Anant Mehendale. Collected articles, book reviwes and essays on Vedic and Classical Sanskrit literature.

Kissing Asphalt

Author: Jack Ewing
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595123104
Size: 11.29 MB
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Kissing Asphalt from the Author: Jack Ewing. Young Americans take to the road in droves during the volatile 1960's. Some flee a military draft that demands they kill or be killed in a war halfway around the world. Others search for excitement, a temporary reprieve from the prison of work, school, marriage or family. And one, the Drifter, has a particularly compelling reason to hitchhike the country's highways. He carries a dark secret that, if revealed, could cost his freedom. Or his life. Now, it's late 1965. The Drifter, camped in central Idaho, stumbles across a woman's body. Though his first instinct is self-preservation, he decides to give the corpse a decent burial. Bad idea. Discovered by a search party and wounded by a bullet, the Drifter is chased through Idaho's rugged wilderness. He runs for his life, headlong into a baffling mystery involving UFOs and murder. It will take all the Drifter's cunning - and lots of luck - to survive, as Kissing Asphalt pits him in a harrowing life or death struggle against Nature, against his fellow man, and against himself. The first in an exciting new series.

Dying For You

Author: Beverly Barton
Publisher: HQN Books
ISBN: 1426824890
Size: 74.30 MB
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Dying For You from the Author: Beverly Barton. It was the job of her dreams…but it became her worst nightmare…. All private security agent Lucie Evans wanted was a fresh start—and the chance to show Sawyer McNamara, her ex-boss, that she no longer craved his absolution for a crime she didn't commit. So when the offer of a trip to South America as the personal bodyguard to a billionaire heiress came up, Lucie jumped at the prospect of leaving the Dundee Agency behind. Then the nightmare began. Kidnapped in a case of mistaken identity, suddenly Lucie's only hope of survival rested with the one man she never wanted to see again.… Sawyer had spent years convincing himself that all he felt for Lucie was contempt—but with her life at stake, he was forced to face his true feelings. Though it may be a case of too little, too late. Because Lucie's captor wouldn't rest until she was silenced…once and for all.