Hoof Prints in the Snow
Hoofprints in the Snow is the story of Lucy Johannson Morgan and her life in southeast Wyoming from the Great Depression, through World War II, and Vietnam. It is a story of love, horses, war, and the western plains with a twist at the end.
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