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Cowgirl Days
     

Cowgirl Days

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by Patricia Gott
 

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The adventures continue in this sequel to "So You Wanna be a Cowgirl," taking the reader from being a lady horse-wrangler training mustangs in Montana to wrangling horse-pack trips into the Shoshone-Teton National Forests of Wyoming.

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The adventures continue in this sequel to "So You Wanna be a Cowgirl," taking the reader from being a lady horse-wrangler training mustangs in Montana to wrangling horse-pack trips into the Shoshone-Teton National Forests of Wyoming.

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BN ID:
2940150870765
Publisher:
PRGott Books
Publication date:
10/17/2015
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
411 KB

Meet the Author

Patricia Probert Gott is a retired businesswoman who resides in rural Maine. She is an accomplished equestrienne who trains her own horses. She has traveled to 47 states in the U.S. and has been horse trekking in nine states and on four continents. She was a ranch wrangler in Cody, WY for four summers.

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Cowgirl Days 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
'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!