Homesteader Blues: Volume 2

Homesteader Blues: Volume 2 Best Read || [Cherime MacFarlane], Homesteader Blues: Volume 2 Best Read || [Cherime MacFarlane], Homesteader Blues: Volume 2, Cherime MacFarlane, Homesteader Blues Volume Tina has been putting up with no running water on their farm for over twelve years Jimmy gets her out of the house for a week His aim is to build a bathroom for his wife Nothing and no one is going to side track his surprise for his wife and that includes teen angst and broken equipment Life and love in Alaska can take some real twists and turns. Homesteader Blues: Volume 2 Best Read || [Cherime MacFarlane] - Homesteader Blues: Volume 2, Homesteader Blues Volume Tina has been putting up with no running water on their farm for over twelve years Jimmy gets her out of the house for a week His aim is to build a bathroom for his wife Nothing and no one is going to

  • Title: Homesteader Blues: Volume 2
  • Author: Cherime MacFarlane
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 131
  • Format: Kindle Edition

Homesteader Blues: Volume 2 Best Read || [Cherime MacFarlane]

Homesteader Blues: Volume 2, Homesteader Blues: Volume 2 Best Read || [Cherime MacFarlane] - Homesteader Blues: Volume 2, Homesteader Blues Volume Tina has been putting up with no running water on their farm for over twelve years Jimmy gets her out of the house for a week His aim is to build a bathroom for his wife Nothing and no one is going to

  • Homesteader Blues: Volume 2 Best Read || [Cherime MacFarlane]
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Homesteader Blues: Volume 2

903 thoughts on “Homesteader Blues: Volume 2

  1. Although born in New Orleans, I am proud to call myself an Alaskan I have lived here for 37 years, I have lived through 40 degrees, hauled water, made bear bacon and live in a cabin I have used a fish wheel to catch salmon coming up the Copper River I was my second husband s chief mechanic s helper and only roadie I have cut firewood on shares, worked as a cocktail waitress, then as a paralegal for over 26 years I hold the 80 press card as a reporter for the Copper Valley Views newspaper which ceased publication in the 1980s I have been writing stories since junior high Retired now, I can devote my time to what I love.I came to Alaska by way of Arizona and California I experienced the building of the pipeline up close Then my second husband and I moved to Wasilla to get warm It hardly ever drops past 25 in South Central Alaska I never thought I would love it so much I never want to leave The beauty of Alaska is a draw I cannot resist I love the people and the history I have been captured by a place I came to under duress Life does play some interesting tricks on one I lost my first husband to alcohol My second husband, the love of my life died as a result of disease We were not apart than 24 hours for 20 plus years I never wanted to be anywhere but with him He was a man to run the river with.

  2. I do like this author s writing style easy to read and meaningful.This is a short story about family life in the wilds of Alaska and gives a glimpse of its hardships and way of life, and yet it could be set anywhere because it s really about love and what it means to the man telling the tale.A sweet not sugary and touching piece that will gladden your heart.

  3. Great short readJimmy loves his wife, that s for sure This clean romance is different, as the wife is out of town for most of the book Everything Jimmy does is out of love and the never ending drive to make his wife happy.The book is well written, full of interesting facts about Alaska, and is a sweet tale of true love.

  4. An Interesting Glimpse.Reading about a couple who homestead was fascinating to me I can t imagine myself doing this, but was impressed by what Jimmy,Tina, and their kids go through Imagine having no running water for twelve years The husband loves his wife and wants to surprise her with the gift of an indoor bathroom What ensues is an interesting glimpse into the lives of people very unlike myself It was fun to read this from Jimmy s point of view Writing in First Person is difficult, but author [...]

  5. For sure a fun read that leaves that good heart felt meaning Loved the husband it was all around a cute read Leaves just a good feeling deep down While there is some grammar things in it but didn t bug me to much to not enjoy this cute read The wife in this book is sure lucky Plus at free well worth the read if you want something light and just happy.

  6. A tale with its own magic, subtle, honest and easy to read The authors love for Alaska shines throughout this book, giving an enjoyable insight into this way of life and with well drawn characters Well worth picking up.

  7. Dirt and loveBuy this short story now This is what every gal dreams of This kind of love You will not be disappointed.

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