Category Archives: the american west

Image Sales Thru December 31st

I will be running a sale on my website until December 31st.  This sale will consist of two different parts.  First of all, every few days I will be creating a “limited time promotion” 20×24 inch canvas print that will … Continue reading

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Canyon Dream

Deep deep down That canyon is still there Beneath bayou mud And autumn snow   Her river runs Within my blood To never reach The sea   Salt Cedar Cheat grass And Vegas Suck her dry   And I May … Continue reading

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Lost in the Bells Part Seven

“Well, that was curious.” Philip Quan said looking up from his USFS issued radio. Sarah, the most Masters level student from Quan’s team glanced towards him and then returned her eye to the spotting scope she was using to watch … Continue reading

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Lost in the Bells Part Six

“8034, I’m seeing a great deal of smoke coming off the fire between you and your trailhead.” “I’m starting to see wisps of it myself.  This really doesn’t look good.  I’m going to be honest, I don’t know the current … Continue reading

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How I write Fiction

How I write fiction- Joshua House I realize that all authors of fiction write it in different ways.  Many still write long hand and then have it transcribed, or transcribe it themselves.  Others write simply on a word processor, typewriter … Continue reading

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Lost in the Bells Part Two

“I’ve seen some tracks up here, fresh in the mud. Cougar tracks.  It crossed the trail and is somewhere between my location and the camp.  Are you there Gonzalez?  Can you hear me?” Taking the sat phone away from his … Continue reading

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Yampa Canyon Poem

Deep deep down That canyon is still there Beneath bayou mud And autumn snow   Her river runs Within my blood To never reach The sea   Salt Cedar Cheat grass And Vegas Suck her dry   And I May … Continue reading

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