Bitterbrush Country: Living on the Edge of the Land

Front Cover
When author Diane Josephy Peavey first arrived in south-central Idaho twenty years ago, she did not know it was possible to become as connected to a place as she is now, nor, she claims, did she understand the "meaning of love, of home, of commitment. That would come to me here, 24 dirt-road miles from town." Story by story, readers will pass through the seasons of a ranching life, discovering the power of a landscape that inspires passion in so many. Book jacket.

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

References to this book

About the author (2001)

Although she grew up on the East Coast, Diane Josephy Peavey spent many childhood summers driving across the West to a second home in Joseph, Oregon, with her historian father, Alvin Josephy, Jr. These expeditions gave her an early rooted connection to the people and the wide-open spaces of the West.

Bibliographic information