Mabel said “Dolly” saved her life “by instantly stopping when ... my saddle turned, leaving me hanging head downward, helplessly strapped in until the others could reach me.”
My collection of first-person accounts includes dozens of stories about women. Take a look around this blog and tell me which stories you think would be most interesting to them.
"Then we heard it—a low rumbling boom followed by smaller secondary explosions. Then a rumbling sound—blocks of ice grinding their way down the clogged river, I suppose."
The highlight of my book signing last night occurred when carolers stopped at the Manhattan Museum to regale everybody with song.
I'll be signing copies of my book, Adventures In Yellowstone: Early Travelers Tell Their Tales, on Thursday, December 9, at the Museum in Manhattan, Montana. I'll be appearing with fellow author Michele Corriel, the author of Fairview Felines. I'm looking forward to meeting her. Festivities include a chili feed at the Senior Center, horse-drawn hayrides, Christmas… Continue reading News: Adventures In Yellowstone Book Signing
At a superficial level, a single blurb could describe all three books. .... But, the books really are quite different.
Eleanor Corthell told her husband t0 expect a bill because she had bought a team and wagon and was taking their seven children to Yellowstone Park for the summer in 1904.
Can you help? Please look around through the posts on my blog and tell me which ones would make for the best dinner conversation.
". . . his writing always strikes me as something written by a guy who moved to Montana 30 years ago and never bothered to learn the history of the place. "
Classic Doig: precise colorful phrases that stick in the skull and move the narrative.