Cowgirl Days

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In So You Wanna Be a Cowgirl, I made my debut as a horse wrangler at Rimrock Ranch in Wyoming, and I met a good-looking cowboy named Dustin! Cowgirl Days, the second book in the Cowgirl series, takes me to the next season training young horses and wild mustangs at Dustin's family D & L Horse Ranch in Montana. There, my adventures take me from horse training to endurance racing. Then, while Dustin goes to Pahaska for the summer to run his own pack outfit in and around Yellowstone, I return to Rimrock Ranch ...

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Overview

In So You Wanna Be a Cowgirl, I made my debut as a horse wrangler at Rimrock Ranch in Wyoming, and I met a good-looking cowboy named Dustin! Cowgirl Days, the second book in the Cowgirl series, takes me to the next season training young horses and wild mustangs at Dustin's family D & L Horse Ranch in Montana. There, my adventures take me from horse training to endurance racing. Then, while Dustin goes to Pahaska for the summer to run his own pack outfit in and around Yellowstone, I return to Rimrock Ranch outside of Cody, Wyoming, to work as a wrangler and trail guide. All the while I'm trying to deflect Dustin's ex-fiancée. My summer includes an exhilarating pack trip over Ptarmigan Mountain into Hardpan Basin, and working a premier pack trip from Cody to Jackson, Wyoming, via Marsten Pass and return by way of Eagle Creek Pass in a snowstorm.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781605632186
  • Publisher: Publish America
  • Publication date: 4/28/2008
  • Pages: 142
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.33 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 2, 2008

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    'Cowgirl Days' reads like the real thing with reason. The author, who is from Maine, actually worked on a dude ranch in Cody, Wyoming and the territory is indeed contemporary! This book is a sequel to 'So You Wanna Be A Cowgirl', continuing the adventures of an eastern businesswoman who decided to act out her dreams in the west. In 'Cowgirl Days' Pat spends time with significant other Dustin's family on their ranch in Montana, before heading to Cody for her summer stint as a lady horse wrangler. Dustin's family works with mustangs and is involved with endurance rides. Pat has woven a wealth of fascinating information about both throughout her story. The book is very descriptive and the descriptions are vivid and true to the Montana-Wyoming-western way of life. It's got romance, horses, ranches, western allure and will capture the interest of contemporary western devotees. I guarantee it!

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