Rodeo and ranch for me.” She and Tal ignored Chapin's interruption “—this
cowboy seems like a good one to have beside you in a fight.” “He'll do to ride the river with.” Slowly, Chapin turned his head toward her. She saw the motion from
It is the story of the young protagonist who breezily anchors the generational shift, with an egoless mind, a selfless approach, as he conspires and inspires their way into the future, drawing into his path as many lives, as many dreams as ...
Author: S Pavithra Ram
Publisher: Notion Press
A fiction based on two South Indian Brahmin families, documenting their journey as they bridge a generation of the past, the values and culture around it, with that of the contemporary. A peek into their everyday lives, the conversations, their minds and menus, their traits and traditions. What are the promises and compromises along the way? It is the story of the young protagonist who breezily anchors the generational shift, with an egoless mind, a selfless approach, as he conspires and inspires their way into the future, drawing into his path as many lives, as many dreams as his compassionate heart could embrace, with an undying urge to make all their lives brighter and their smiles bigger. Where does his strength lie? What does his future hold? How does his journey feel like? A beautiful love story couched in the heart of this journey, caught between many a battle of emotions, fought fair and square! The book takes you through a piercing journey into their minds, traversing layers and layers of their concerns, follies, dreams and desires. What remains at the end—is it the beginning or the end? Read on to explore!
Mountain sheep habitat use in the Arkansas River Canyon , Colorado . CDOW ...
Denver Post Ride the Rockies website . Internet . Accessed July 28 , 2009 from :
http://www.ridetherockies.com . River Runners . 2009. River Runners website .
Millie quickly discovers that life in Stoney Lake is quite different than in the city. Millie's aunt--an Ojibway Indian--and her cousins teach her about swimming, building a canoe--and even how to milk a goat!
Author: Troon Harrison
Publisher: Penguin Books Canada
Category: Adventure stories
With a new baby in the house, Millicent MacCallum's parents need a break. For the summer of 1914, they decide to send Millie to her aunt and uncle's in the Kawarthas. Millie quickly discovers that life in Stoney Lake is quite different than in the city. Millie's aunt--an Ojibway Indian--and her cousins teach her about swimming, building a canoe--and even how to milk a goat! But her biggest challenge is yet to come. When the lighthouse goes dark can Millie save an incoming ship from the rocky shores?
In this Rodeo Knights story, Ride the River characters go to three fictional Wyoming towns used as settings in other Patricia McLinn books.
Author: Patricia McLinn
What if the bank robber she’s after is the childhood sweetheart she might not be over?After Reggie, longing to be an investigator, spots a pattern in far-flung bank robberies, she wins approval to go undercover at three rodeos to find out more. The first day of the first rodeo, she runs into – literally – her childhood sweetheart, Chapin. And has the horrifying realization that W.C. Johnson, one of three prime suspects who fit the robbery pattern, is her Chapin -- William Chapin Johnson.To keep Reggie from blabbing his name in that first instant, Chapin grabs her and kisses her. One word and she can ruin what he’s been working for.Chapin is trying to make a comeback on the QT. He’d been on the cusp of stardom as a bronc rider until a nasty injury and botched recovery leaves experts saying he’s done. As far as the rodeo world’s concerned he’s retired and living happily on his ranch. But he can’t let it go. Needing time to work his way back in, he’s been rodeoing far from home, in unfamiliar events, and under the name Bill Johnson.Now, to keep from being outed just as he’s making progress, he has to take Reggie into his confidence. But even after all these years he knows her too well not to realize she’s keeping a secret from him. What on earth is she up to? Will Chapin find out what Reggie’s doing? Can Reggie trust Chapin with proof he’s not the bank robber? How will Chapin react if he finds out he’s a suspect? Can they overcome the issues that drove them apart in the first place? Who the heck is robbing banks on the rodeo circuit and can he (or she) be stopped?* * * * * * * *Ride the River: Rodeo Knights is a moving, passionate contemporary romance that will captivate fans of RaeAnne Thayne, Barbara Freethy and Debbie Macomber. The Rodeo Knights collection is a group of 10 interconnected yet stand-alone western romances written by national, New York Times and USA Today bestselling authors Patricia McLinn, Laura Marie Altom, Debra Clopton, Margaret Daley, Cathy McDavid, Barbara McMahon, Lisa Mondello, Stephanie Rowe, Marin Thomas and Lenora Worth.In this Rodeo Knights story, Ride the River characters go to three fictional Wyoming towns used as settings in other Patricia McLinn books. So if you’re a longtime reader, you’ll recognize ranches and other landmarks from Sherman (the Caught Dead in Wyoming mystery series), Bardville (the Bardville, Wyoming trilogy) and Park (Wyoming Wildflowers). There will be cameo appearances by characters from the other books, too. If you especially enjoy western romances, also try these other books by Patricia:Wyoming Wildflowers series Prequel — Wyoming Wildflowers: The Beginning (Snowberry)Almost a Bride (Indian Paintbrush)Match Made in Wyoming (Fireweed)My Heart Remembers (Bur Marigold)-- A New World (prequel to Jack’s Heart)Jack’s Heart (Yellow Monkeyflower)-- Rodeo Nights (prequel to Where Love Lives)Where Love Lives: The Inheritance (Threadleaf Phacelia)A Cowboy Wedding, coming in 2017The Bardville, Wyoming Trilogy A Stranger in the Family A Stranger to Love The Rancher Meets His MatchA Place Called Home series Lost and Found Groom At the Heart’s...
Author: Irwin Edward Bainbridge CoxPublish On: 1892
The eight rivers are ( 1 ) thé Ellidáar , one hour from Reykjavík . Herra Thomsen ,
its owner , resides at Reykjavík , and lets the fishing to anglers at 10s . 6d . per
day . ( 2 ) The Laxá , in Kjós , one day's ride from the capital . The whole river ...
In the north of Iceland a parson was engaged to a young girl ; they lived one on
each side of a river , which he often crossed on horseback in order to visit her .
Once he went over and invited her to a ball which was to take place on the day ...
Author: Frederick Gustavus BurnabyPublish On: 1877
33 Through the valley of the rivers of Aesken and Tchonga , amongst the
mountains . 5 . The river Kouldour . . 36 Over the Hingan ; flat , marshy , covered
with beech - trees . 6 . The source of the Nomin . . . 26 A steep ascent from the
Is there a place where we can get down to the river from here?” Tooey didn't
seem as offended as I was about the boys calling our mares 'nags'. “If you go
straight down the street toward the river you can cross river drive and get down
the hill ...
Author: Anne M. Shaw
Publisher: Author House
When Roscoe and Tooey leave Fort Benton after their run-in with Cronkit out in the Little Rocky Mountains, as told in "Roscoe and Tooey, Montana Runaways," they ride out to Clint Stranahan's place on the Teton River. There they learn to milk cows, to put up hay and to irrigate the hay fields. After working hard all summer they are asked to help with finding some missing cattle for a rancher a few miles west on the Teton River. They pack their bedrolls and some gear thinking they'll only be gone for a day or two at the most.. But when Roscoe hears some men burying something by the river late at night, their search for missing critters turns into a more deadly adventure. They follow the Bootlegger Trail into Black Eagle where they learn to their chagrin what the men were doing out on the river so late at night.
In commencing this route we did not cross the Seine, but, circling round the
peninsula of Bernieres, pursued the line of the river. We have rarely enjoyed a
more agreeable ride. The scenery was diversified by hill and dale, rock and forest
Life flowed on its monotonous course, like the Fowey river gliding down from
Lostwithiel to the sea; and there seemed nothing in this world that could again
disturb Martin Disney's ... “He may ride the high horse and bluster as much as he
Author: M. E Braddon
Reproduction of the original: All Along the River by M.E Braddon
He may ride the high horse and bluster as much as he likes . I don't think he'll
ever feel quite happy again . ” Yet in spite of hints and insinuations from the
enemy at his gates , Martin Disney was happy - utterly happy in the love of his
They are expert horsemen , ride the best of animals , and take great pleasure ,
not only in decking themselves with ornaments , but also in caparisoning their
horses in the most grotesque yet picturesque manner . The hardihood of these ...
work to do in the river pasture , such as branding calves , or getting up cows to
sell ; two or three times a week I ride over it , just to see if everything is all right .
Other days I go for a ride over the hills . There is never a ride when I do not