By Kathy Kovach
|Senator Francis Emroy Warren|
Warren chose to honor the first owner by naming the property Terry Ranch where cattle and sheep were raised.
|President Theodore Roosevelt|
|General John Pershing|
|Warren residence while on ranch.|
Terry Bison Ranch Resort has RV and tent camping, as well as cabins. Besides bison, they also have a vast array of animals, including horses, cattle, alpacas, llamas, an ostrich, peafowl, chickens, and several cats. We recently stayed there in our motor home as I researched a book I'm writing. It's a tough job.
|Desi and I, hard at work.|
The word buffalo is derived from the French “bœuf,” a name given to bison when French fur trappers working in the US in the early 1600s saw the animals. The word bœuf came from what the French knew as true buffalo, animals living in Africa and Asia. The term bison was first recorded in 1774, and is the correct scientific terminology. - American bison - Wikipedia
Meet seven American women who were named for various flowers but struggle to bloom where God planted them. Can love help them grow to their full potential?
"Periwinkle in the Park" by Kathleen Kovach
Kathleen E. Kovach is a Christian romance author published traditionally through Barbour Publishing, Inc. as well as indie. Kathleen and her husband, Jim, raised two sons while living the nomadic lifestyle for over twenty years in the Air Force. Now planted in northeast Colorado, she's a grandmother, though much too young for that. Kathleen is a longstanding member of American Christian Fiction Writers. An award-winning author, she presents spiritual truths with a giggle, proving herself as one of God's peculiar people.