Enjoy radio show interviews on Thursday on the Equestrian Legacy Radio Network and The Writer's Block! Award winning author, singer, songwriter JIM JONES joins us on Campfire Cafe. Tune in to hear Jim share the backstories of DOIN' WHAT WE DO, the new release of the award winning trio, THE COWBOY WAY. We welcome back and catch up with CHRISTY LANDWEHR, Chief Executive Officer of the Certified Horsemanship Association on Saddle Up America. Thursday night on The Writer's Block Radio Show we chat with EDWARD WILLETT, author of the brand new science fiction title, THE MOONLIT WORLD. Tune into the OutWest Hour for this week's theme RANGE DELIVERY.
THE ALARMING PHOTOGRAPHS and videos of the wildfires burning in our western states are jaw-dropping and the stories accompanying them are heart-wrenching. In the summer of 1965 10,000 teen girls gathered in Farragut, Idaho for the Girl Scout Roundup, my sister-in-law and I among them. Besides camping, trading potlatches and attending joyous campfires, we planted trees, thousands of them, tiny evergreen seedlings. Today, 55 years later, are those trees still living, are they threatened? I searched online and discovered that fires are burning in that region. It isn't the first time.
OutWest Shop's Book Guides Wendy and Bobbi Jean hand selected four titles about fires in the West. Bobbi Jean, who always reads with a cup of coffee at the ready, suggests you try a bag of Muertos Coffee
from a company founded by California firefighters. For each bag sold, they donate back to Individuals in Need, Line of Duty Deaths and Victims of Fire.