Saddle Buddies (Flash Fiction)

Saddle Buddies By Russ Towne Sam and Joe met in Saint Louis when they were both on their way to gold country. Sam was headed west to help a brother build a ranch on land they’d just bought, and Joe was off to seek his fortune. They became fast friends. The trip was as long […]

Regards from Treyzguy

This has been a long, exhausting 8 weeks out here on the road. I’ve spent much of that time on the way back from Vermont, going thru the mid-west, praries, high plains a.d the mountains. So….pretty much everywhere. I am at my 1st home location of Salt Lake City, Utah for this break. I’m not […]

Give up?

Trials weigh as rock Rough hewn and heavy But trials help us grow Even if there are too many Trials drain our fire And curb the thirst A new trek for life Need a step be taken first Like a desert flower beheld Pushing thru rocks and trial Opening it’s white face and waves To […]

There be signs in Arizona!

There is a sign That warns me thus Prevents me from dying of venom and puss. The message is clear The message is legit Best heed the sign dumbass Or else you’ll get bit It’d be my luck There’s a snake in the grass Because No ones gonna suck venom out of my big hairy […]


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