Rawhide Robinson Rides the Range

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Speaking Volumes - Fiction - 252 pages

SPUR AWARD-WINNING AUTHOR ROD MILLER

RAWHIDE ROBINSON RIDES THE RANGE:

TRUE ADVENTURES OF BRAVERY AND DARING IN THE WILD WEST

Was Rawhide Robinson really there when the Grand Canyon came to be? Is he responsible for Pikes Peak? And how about riding horseback to Hawaii? Although an ordinary cowboy in every respect, Rawhide Robinson lays claim to these extraordinary accomplishments, and more. While on a trail drive from Texas to Dodge City, he regales his cowboy companions with campfire tales that entertain and amuse, inspire awe, and invite skepticism. Saddle up and ride along. Then, at the end of the day, after a cowboy supper of beans, bacon, biscuits, and scalding coffee, sit back and relax around the campfire while Rawhide Robinson launches into another extraordinary—and true—adventure of bravery and daring in the Wild West.


 

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Contents

Introduction
Chapter Four
Chapter Seven
Chapter Nine
Chapter Twelve
Chapter Fourteen
Chapter Sixteen
Chapter Eighteen
Chapter Twenty
Chapter TwentyThree
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