It consisted of one large room interrupted periodically by sturdy pillars. A gas
furnace had replaced the coal furnace years ago but the stained outline of the old
furnace remained on the floor. My aunt had replaced the ancient wringer wash ...
Author: Natalie London
Publisher: Bella Books
Haunted by a fire that claimed the lives of two colleagues, Julie Burke seizes upon an unexpected inheritance from her aunt as the lifeline it is. Claiming the large Queen Anne home in Wisconsin, she hopes to escape the nightmares. Free to pursue her passion for music, Julie's path crosses more and more frequently with that of the attractive and intriguing Elisabeth de Gramont. Elisabeth isn't ready for a new relationship, even with the charming newcomer. She tells herself that Vickie Read's betrayal has left her numb but the feelings that stir as she watches the predatory Vickie circle Julie are more than protective.
Never on a Monday which was wash day. Washing clothes took all day. Well, it
started the night before by half filling the tin bath with water and bleach to soak
grandad's overalls. The morning's first task was to scrub shirt collars with soap ...
Author: Jean A. Stockdale
Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd
An unusual memoir contrasting the lives of Royals, with an ordinary working class Sheffield family.
Like a good badlands wash, Hills of the Moon is virtually devoid of vegetation,
creating a real moonscape. 7.8 7.2 RAINBOW ... the name of this original spring
that the valley, the palm canyon, and the state park take their name. The name on
Author: Lowell Lindsay
Publisher: Wilderness Press
For almost 40 years The Anza-Borrego Desert Region has been the most comprehensive guidebook for Anza-Borrego Desert State Park (ABDSP), Ocotillo Wells State Vehicular Recreation Area (OWSVRA), and the surrounding region including federal Bureau of Land Management (BLM) desert lands. It is the book given to new ABDSP rangers to introduce them to their assigned patrol areas and is considered “the bible” for anyone thinking about visiting these desert lands. It is the only guidebook needed for desert hikers, campers, 4WD explorers, mountain bikers, equestrians, and the casual visitor. It includes historical and cultural information as well as natural history of the area. It has been vetted by Park and BLM staff to make sure all descriptions are accurate. It is written in cooperation with California State Parks, the Anza-Borrego Foundation, and the US Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management. This easy-to-use guide includes a backpocket map, highway mileages, and comprehensive road and trail logs. The new 6th Edition has been updated and includes new areas that are now completely part of ABDSP, including more acreage in the Laguna Mountains and direct connecting trails to adjacent Cuyamaca Rancho State Park. The seven
The snake flowed silently down the wash into the night, and Buck staggered
along beside it, his mind growing numb with fear, thirst, and ... At first Sharon saw
only a little hawk, a pale hawk with gold and red plumage along its back and tail.
Author: James Nathan Post
Young New Mexico archaeology professor Buck Tyler is a media-hound, pot-hunter, and womanizer. When a grizzled publisher of treasure-hunting stories hires him to persuade an group of psychic forensic investigators to use their powers to locate ancient Anasazi healing sites, they are joined by beautiful Pueblo Indian psychic-touch-reader Sharon Hightower on an expedition to a tiny village in southern New Mexico. There they discover the record of a tale of betrayal, murder, a wrongfully-acquired Indian healing spring, and an Anasazi ceremonial cave. When it becomes apparent that someone among the principals is involved in that long-past deception, they must discover the shaman's mystic secret to survive.
Nick had wandered over to the spring and had followed her lead in washing his
face, then looked longingly at the spring. Lori knew how ... He was usually clean
shaven, always first to find a bathhouse in the towns they'd visited. Now his face ...
Author: Patricia Potter
Publisher: Open Road Media
A Western beauty’s only hope of saving her brother from the gallows is to seduce the heartless Texas ranger who has sworn to bring him to justice Three months ago, Morgan Davis went from hunter to hunted. The Texas ranger has devoted his life to carrying out justice, but when he sees his face on a Wanted poster, he knows the price on his head will have every bounty hunter in the West gunning for him. The only way to survive is to clear his name by bringing in the real killer. And he intends to take Nicholas Braden alive. But Morgan didn’t reckon on Braden’s sister. The golden-eyed beauty is a crack shot—and a match for any man. Lori Braden will do anything to save her brother from the hangman’s noose. Their hard-luck life on the road in a traveling medicine show taught her how few people can be trusted. Who is this man Morgan Davis, who bears a resemblance to her brother? Just another corrupt lawman? An enemy she wouldn’t hesitate to kill in spite of the passion raging between them? All she knows about this seductive stranger is that he seems determined to keep her out of the crossfire—until secrets from the past threaten each of their futures.
Spring Cleaning Time ! Spring Cleaning Time ! Characters Spring Cleaners to 9
Spring Cleaner : Cleon all the windows Make sure that they shine . Spring
Cleaner 2 Wash all the curtains Hong them on a line . How about Spring
Author: Carol Pugliano
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
Engage young readers throughout the school year with these easy and irresistible plays on seasonal topics such as back to school, Halloween, Thanksgiving, winter weather, Valentine's Day, the 100th day of school, and signs of spring.
Well, I would be the first to admit that I'm a “girlie girl,” as in I wash and blow-dry
my hair every day, and I'm particular about my clothes. Diana pays no attention to
her flyaway, strawberry blonde hair. She just sticks it in a ponytail, most of the ...
Author: Lisa Williams Kline
For once Stephanie and Diana want the same thing. That’s the problem. Diana and Stephanie are still trying to decide if they like each other when their blended family goes to the Outer Banks of North Carolina for spring break. They’re headed in opposite directions—Diana is crazy about the wild horses and Stephanie is crazy about the boys—until one guy catches both their interests. Soon they’re butting heads—again. But when their crush is accused of committing a crime against the horses, can the stepsisters band together to prove his innocence?
After passing the first side canyon on the right, at 6,020 feet and 0.9 mile from the
trailhead, Todie Canyon becomes somewhat friendlier ahead, ... Todie Spring
emerges from the wash below the bench, supplying a reliable flow of water.
Author: Ron Adkison
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
“FalconGuides point the compass to the best spots to play, climb, hike, fish, and be.” – CNN.com Lace up your boots and sample fifty-nine of the finest trails in southern Utah’s Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument and the stunning 1.2-million-acre Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. With thorough descriptions and detailed maps, this book leads you to both well-known and little-used trails, and it includes several backpack trips and a wide variety of day hikes. Whether traveling down remote desert roads or up serene canyons, you will be rewarded with vivid memories and a yearning to return. For more than thirty years, FalconGuides® have set the standard for outdoor guidebooks. Written by top experts, each guide invites you to experience the adventure and beauty of the outdoors. Features: Hikes suited to every ability Directions to the trailheads Trail Finder for best hikes for novices and families, moderate day hikes, strenuous day hikes, and backpacking trips for all levels Comprehensive trail descriptions with mile-by-mile directional cues Difficulty ratings, average hiking times, best hiking seasons, and canine compatibility for every featured hike Information on fees and permits, contacts, campgrounds, and more
I walk to clear the cobwebs out of my mind and see the first silvery specter-faced
loco plant near the dump. ... dam thigh deep in rushing brown water struggling to
pull the debris of another washed-out dam over and down into the swirl below.
Author: Laurie Wagner Buyer
Publisher: UNM Press
Spring's Edge reflects life during one season on the modern-day Colorado cattle ranch Laurie Buyer once called home. Her diary recounts the day-to-day toil and the challenge of trying to find time to write while continuing to help with outdoor chores, cooking, cleaning, balancing the books, and working for a neighboring ranch. Chronicling a time of deep personal change, Buyer struggles with her role as a ranch wife, faces the diminishing vitality of an agricultural way of life, and nurses her father through a terminal illness. Buyer tries to bridge the gap between the rural world she cherishes and the inevitable encroachment of urban sprawl. Meanwhile, her writing of landscape and weather, livestock and wildlife, loneliness and intimacy capture the innate rhythms of relationships, the resilience of love, and the astonishing beauty of life on the land.
Fru Nicolaisen had been the first to hang wash out-of-doors since the snow
stopped: a bold but endearing move, for the first wash on the line was, more than
the first robin, a true harbinger of spring. "But," Katie said, with suitable anguish, ...
Author: Barbara Gallatin Anderson
Publisher: Waveland Press
Twelve months in a tiny island village facing the wild North Sea. . . . Anderson takes readers thereto the experience of first fieldwork. Written with wit and insight, fifteen chapters (each exploring a key anthropological concept) chronicle daily life in a Danish maritime community. From the arrival of the Anderson family to their eventful departure, students follow the professional and personal challenges of a culture change study. Forces of urbanization are turning the life (but not the soul) of thatched-roof Taarnby from the sea to the nearby city of Copenhagen. From cooking and culture shock to data gathering and childbirth, First Fieldwork animates the lighter side of fieldwork, its follies and foibles, triumphs and disasters. Anyone who has done fieldwork will identify with the humor and the pathos; anyone planning it will profit from the demystification that Anderson brings to this anthropological rite of passage. It is wonderfully human, thoroughly professional.
let me wash out his wound while keeping a watchful eye on the proceedings . By
the fifth day of his ... He blinked in the bright spring sunlight and began to wash
first one paw , then the other , in a lazy , nonchalant fashion . He turned , looked
Author: Kaetheryn Walker
Publisher: Inner Traditions / Bear & Co
Homeophatic remedies can be safely and effectively used for all species of animals. Homeopathy is even applicable to birds and reptiles, and special notes on these species are included at the end of the manual.