Chuck Wagon Recipe

Mouse Pie

5 fat field mice

1 cup macaroni

1/2 thinly sliced medium onion

1 medium can tomatoes

1 cup cracker crumbs

Salt and pepper

Boil macaroni 10 minutes. While it is cooking, fry the field mice long enough to fry out some of the excess fat. Grease a casserole with some of this fat and put a layer of macaroni on it. Add onions, then tomatoes, salt and pepper well. Add field mice and…

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#RoadToUnforgiven Giveaway

#RoadToUnforgiven

On Thursday October 16th I shared the exciting news that I’ll be spreading my writing wings and branching out into women’s fiction with the subscribers of my newsletter. To celebrate I’m hosting a giveaway. In case you missed the announcement, I’m sharing the newsletter here on my blog along with the link to enter the giveaway!

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Dear Readers,

For the past year and a half I’ve…

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Guest Blogging at Stilettos at High Noon

I’m chatting about Traveling Medicine Shows of the Old West at Stilettos at High Noon. If you were alive back in those days and suffered from an ailment you’re battling now, would you be tempted to try one of the miracle cures” sold at those shows?

Guest Blogging at Stilettos at High Noon

I’m chatting about Traveling Medicine Shows of the Old West at Stilettos at High Noon. If you were alive back in those days and suffered from an ailment you’re battling now, would you be tempted to try one of the miracle cures” sold at those shows?

Cowboy Lingo: Alfalfa Desperado

Alfalfa Desperado: What cowboys often called a farmer.

Cowboy Lingo: Alfalfa Desperado

Alfalfa Desperado: What cowboys often called a farmer.

October Wild West Trivia

The first Monday of each month I post a Wild West Trivia Question. Please leave your answer or best guess in the comment section of the blog post for a chance to win one of my books.

October Wild West Trivia

The first Monday of each month I post a Wild West Trivia Question. Please leave your answer or best guess in the comment section of the blog post for a chance to win one of my books.

Cowboy Poetry

The Texas Cowboy

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Come all you Texas cow-boys
And warning take of me
Don’t go out in Montana
For wealth or liberty
But stay home here in Texas
Where they work the year around
And where you’ll not get consumption
From sleeping on the ground.

Montana is too cold for me,
And the winters are too long
Before the round-ups have begun,
Your money is all gone.
For in Montana…

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Merle Haggard

"Leonard" is a song written and recorded by American country music legend Merle Haggard. The song is a tribute to songwriter Tommy Collins.

Cowboy Lingo: Cowboy Change

Cowboy Change: Different-sized gun cartridges used by cowboys as small change in days past.

Cowboy Lingo: Cowboy Change

Cowboy Change: Different-sized gun cartridges used by cowboys as small change in days past.

September Wild West Trivia

The first Monday of each month I post a Wild West Trivia Question. Please leave your answer or best guess in the comment section of the blog post for a chance to win one of my books.

September Wild West Trivia

The first Monday of each month I post a Wild West Trivia Question. Please leave your answer or best guess in the comment section of the blog post for a chance to win one of my books.

Merle Haggard

Haggard’s first top 10 hit was “(My Friends Are Gonna Be) Strangers” in 1965. From the 1960s through the 1980s, Haggard had 26 #1 country singles including classics such as “Mama Tried,” “Okie from Muskogee,” and “Today I Start Loving You Again,” which has been covered more than 400 times.