This month’s post is a short history of The Old Faithful Inn, a National Historic Landmark. Please join me at http://cowboykisses.blogspot.com/2019/10/the-old-faithful-inn-national-historic.html
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This month is Black History Month and at Cowboy Kisses I’m taking a look at the oft-neglected African Americans who were so much a part of the Old West. Please head on over to http://cowboykisses.blogspot.com/2019/02/black-history-monthafrican-american.html and join the discussion.
I’m currently posting the third Weds. of every month at http://cowboykisses.blogspot.com/ discussing everything from the cross-country ride of Nan Aspinwall to Pres. Theodore Roosevelt. If you like western history, you’ll find me knee deep in the Old West. Please join me.
Life as an author is not always what it’s cracked up to be. Nowadays, we’re told sitting for any length of time is as bad as a pack a day, our eyes need to refocus on something in the distance every twenty minutes, and carpal tunnel syndrome will be ours from moving that mouse around. To add insult to injury, many of us, myself included, get a spreading derriere and pack on the pounds from that lack of exercise. Since we are now bombarded about system diets on television and newspapers, with pop-ups popping at us all over the place, I decided to be a guinea pig rather than just a fat pig and try one. Oh, okay, so a looming bathing suit vacation had a little to do with it . . . . Continue reading
I’m absolutely delighted to welcome back Carmen Peone. Carmen is not only a fellow member of Women Writing the West, but is currently President Elect. She lives on the Colville Confederated Reservation with husband, Joe. Carmen had worked with elder, Marguerite Ensminger, for three years learning the Arrow Lakes-Sinyekst- Language and various cultural Continue reading
It’s a tradition that August is a time for travel and when someone says ‘travel’ nowadays, I think ‘Road Trip.’ While I’ve recently lost my main travel partner, my daughter, to marriage, I can speculate that some time in the hopefully not too distant future, I might be relegated to a back seat, overseeing child or children, while husband and wife share driving to some enchanting site I’ve longed to see. Continue reading