Monthly Archives: August 2004

Beer, Cow-tipping and Writing

The assignment seemed simple enough, almost benign at first, however that is because I forgot it has been nearly a quarter of a century since I left school and just less than that since I escaped the reservation. I am … Continue reading

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Trailing a Christmas Past

The trail up the river had been a long one for the young tribal deputy and his horse. He was searching for the young men who had taken the dug-out canoe that rested in the camp park that was once … Continue reading

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