NEW UPDATE: Feb. 2017
PLEASE READ ON;
I have ALL FOUR of this series of Books now READY FOR SALE. Each Book available for only $13.00 each, plus a
shipping cost of about $2.00 dollars each. Entire package of all four will depend on your shipping location and will total
about $8.00 dollars more.
A fair price for many enjoyable evenings of exciting adventures. Use my regular mail, home address.
Just send Check or Money Order to: George Fischer
Timothy Patch Ranch
P.O. Box 403, Mountain Home
Any Questions ? Just E-Mail me at; email@example.com
Book Three, RIDIN’ THE SLASH begins with a full account of our spring roundup 1956. It describes herding about 700 head of young cattle up the awesome Mooney Trail. This slash like trail rises from an elevation of 3,000 feet up to the Flagstaff mountains at 7,500 feet. The slash on the DK Slash brand represents the Mooney Trail. All the following short stories, will be exciting and interesting too. Volume #1 could be the best yet because it has been so intriguing for me to randomly recollect special places and experiences.
Series Book Four, RIDIN ONLY MEMORIES is the final book of these true cowboy tales. Here in Series #4 you will find more true
and interesting tales concluding over a half century of what is was like to be a full time cowhand. Along with some other, very personal, heartfelt experiences. These tales sum up a special way of life with all it’s happiness, hurts, and pitfalls. An occupation that will always be around as long as there are steaks and barbecue gatherings.
Yes! Mammas! “Do Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboy’s!”
A nice savings for enjoyable evenings of exciting adventures. Remember, all these stories are even suitable for children's
bedtime tales. Use my regular home mail address to send check or money order.
Series Book Two; A LONG RIDE WITH JOE, is about the long, adventure filled life of a cowhand named JOE. A short name for
a man so tall in the saddle! At age eighteen,1929, he left Rotan, Texas to be an Arizona Cowboy. JOE is still well known and revered by ranchers and cowhands all over north central Arizona. He’s left near a half century of Arizona cowboyin’ historic memories, for us to enjoy!
First Book Of This Series; TRUE STORIES & RHYMES OF THE RANGE will start you out with this these books to see if
you'll enjoy the rest! Here are but a few of the many true adventures I'll recount to you about half a century a-horseback in Arizona.
A rare view into lives of cowboys on the vast sections of central Arizona’s rough rangeland. For a taste of real ranch life read this collection of short stories written by an author who’s experienced it all from the back of his cow-horses. Steeds, tough and wild as the mountains and canyons they traveled. Now, come along to discover, first hand, these exciting trails. Quickly now! “Saddle Up, Boys, We’re Burnin’ Daylight”
2005, was the year the books closed on an over 250 section, central Arizona, cattle and horse ranch. Beginning in the late 1800s,
when much larger, and named the DK RANCH. After nearly fifty years there as a cowhand, I had advanced as their chief honcho. During the start of the year 2005 the handwriting on the wall began and the books closed on this historic steer and horse ranch. I sadly, then, became my pen-name, THE LAST DK COWBOY.
Read now stories of true happenings during our daily work. Happily chasing steers over the open range while aboard bronco horses we were trying to make into usable cowponies. Join me by enjoying these true tales and later in the other books describing a rewarding, exciting life among wild cattle and wilder cowhands. Ridin’ out in Arizona’s beautiful, natural scenic wonders. These true tales, although unusual, are just as I recollect them. To all those who have ever dreamed of being a cowboy, here’s your chance to ride along with me as your side-kick and saddle pard. “There Ain't Many Of Us Left"
To Read FREE LAST DK COWBOY Tales Go To;
Click to their story section and search for, Ben's Trail,
Slewfoot The Black Bear, Spendin' Time At Cow Camps,
and A Prophet With Antlers, " HATRACK."