"That winter played a huge role in Wyoming History also-I always spent extra time talking about the changes that winter brought to the cattle industry in my Wyoming and Western history classes. The drawing is incredible, hardly needs a caption."
"Thank you for "Hard Winter." Your Charlie looks just like him, and he is holding what has become ny very favorite of his works. He managed to say volumes with only a small postcard! My Father was born in Iowa in…"
"Weapons are sometimes needed for protection, and some people live in fear of somebody breaking into their homes--and I am not talking about people who have paranoia. Some years ago in Virginia, a lady whose home had been burglarized kept a…"
"STUPID IS AS STUPID DOES!!! If somebody is so stupid that they leave loaded guns, ammo, weapons, and what have you laying around where any toddler, brat. or looney can get their hands on them and they go to the pokie big time, that is one less…"
"Some years ago, there was a rash of accidental and not-so-quite accidental shootings in Florida. People were getting shot right and left and some of the shooters were children and in some places guns were being left laying around any old way.…"
"I have never heard of Chief Little Dog or his actions before. But in the early days, the relations between many tribes and the Whites were basically good. I have heard of tribes providing medical assistance to ill travelers, and…"
"My father was born i on a farm in Iowa in 1899. He said that he and his father and three older brothers went hunting each season, but that my grandfather kept complete control of his weapon until he was fifteen. Before that, it was kept…"
Well, the time has come for Stan & Lynda's great adventure, and they're leaving very soon for Ecuador. Lynda has written a brief farewell for the fans. You can view it at Stan's blog.http://stanlyndeauthor.com/We wish you the very best, Stan & Lynda, and are anxious to hear about the customs and sights in Eucador.bbSee More
I'm Stan Lynde, author ofTo Kill a Copper Kingand six other Merlin Fanshaw western novels. Thanks for stopping by!
Back in the days of the early west, when cabin doors were secured from within by heavy bars, absent settlers offered hospitality to the occasional visitor. A leather thong attached to the bar inside the cabin was extended outside through a hole in the door. A pull on the thong lifted the bar inside and allowed the visitor to enter. This practice led to a western phrase of welcome which I extend to you here at my "cyber ranch," the latch string is always out. Come on in; let me show you around!