Beautiful greenhorn lady with young son marries ex-rodeo cowboy in 1956 and goes to his old packmule outfit on their honeymoon in isolated Burro Creek Canyon northwest of Prescott, Arizona, 72 miles from town with no electricity, telephone, or mail delivery. She falls in love with the scenic canyon and abundant wildlife, her husband s one-man horse, and his fiercely protective cow dogs but when she sets out to become a cowgirl the oops begin and local cowboys make bets on how long she will last on the ranch. The author tells about old ranch customs and shares historic recipes she learns to prepare for her bridegroom on a sulky wood cookstove. Her 9-year-old son becomes the first child to grow up in the canyon since Indian days and due to the isolation he is homeschooled. He loves the canyon, their animal friends, and having a horse of his own while learning to be a cowboy. Burro Creek Canyon is filled with the joys, dangers, and heartaches of a wild, remote cattle ranch that thrills and captivates everyone from grandparent to grandchild.
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Explores the deep connection between Native Americans in California and the place of food in their culture. Includes the technical aspects of food gathering,as well as the social and spiritual