Just One Restless Rider This was a train station. The people here weren't paying attention to much more than their own business. There were trains to meet or catch, baggage to check, meals to eat, cigarettes and magazines to buy, ...
Author: Carlos A. Schwantes
Publisher: University of Missouri Press
"A memoir, lavishly illustrated with the author's own photos, of train travel along the legendary rails of America reflecting a lifetime's love of observing and riding trains while tracing the evolution of American passenger trains from the 1950s to the present"--Provided by publisher.
... 211, 293 Just One Restless Rider: Reflections on Trains and Travel, 259 Just the Two of Us: A Cycling Journey Across Amer— ica, 178 Justine, 343 Kabloona in the Yellow Kayak: One Woman's Journey Through the North West Passage, ...
Author: Robert Burgin
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Successfully navigate the rich world of travel narratives and identify fiction and nonfiction read-alikes with this detailed and expertly constructed guide.
Schwantes, Carlos A. 2009. Just One Restless Rider: Reflections on Trains and Travel. Columbia: University of Missouri Press. Schwartz, Jessica A. 2012. “A 'Voice to Sing': Rongelapese Musical Activism and the Production of Nuclear ...
Author: Kath Weston
Publisher: Duke University Press
Category: Social Science
In Animate Planet Kath Weston shows how new intimacies between humans, animals, and their surroundings are emerging as people attempt to understand how the high-tech ecologically damaged world they have made is remaking them, one synthetic chemical, radioactive isotope, and megastorm at a time. Visceral sensations, she finds, are vital to this process, which yields a new animism in which humans and "the environment" become thoroughly entangled. In case studies on food, water, energy, and climate from the United States, India, and Japan, Weston approaches the new animism as both a symptom of our times and an analytic with the potential to open paths to new and forgotten ways of living.
“One shot—just one second when I can see my mark, is all I ask,” he muttered. ... saying that he would watch the camp through the night, so the Overland Riders went to bed for what sleep they could get, but they passed a restless night, ...
Author: Josephine Chase
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
Reproduction of the original: Grace Harlowe ́s Overland Riders on the Great American Desert by Josephine Chase
Author: Jessie Graham FlowerPublish On: 2022-09-15
"One shot—just one second when I can see my mark, is all I ask," he muttered. ... saying that he would watch the camp through the night, so the Overland Riders went to bed for what sleep they could get, but they passed a restless night, ...
Author: Jessie Graham Flower
'Grace Harlowe's Overland Riders on the Great American Desert' is a Western novel about a character named Grace Harlowe and her friends who went through adventures on horseback around North America, upon their return from Europe. At the beginning of the novel, she encountered a horse, who did not move a muscle for a few seconds, and then, with a sudden turn of the head, made a grab for his rider's leg. Grace, never having taken her eyes from the laid-back ears, gave a quick kick with her left foot, catching the pony fairly on the nose. As he hastily withdrew his head, she took advantage of the opportunity to tighten up on the reins, which brought the animal's head well up. All these preparatory activities were observed with intense interest by cowboys and Overlanders.
“'Black care rarely follows a restless rider?'” She smiled: “Exactly.” “I just wanted to thank you for everything—my party, this long weekend.” “You're welcome. But it was all Dylan. I'm glad he has a friend.
Author: Georgette Gouveia
Publisher: Greenleaf Book Group
Rivals, friends, lovers Daniel and Dylan are the top swimmers in the world; Alex and Alí, the top tennis players. They play for God, country, family, and the need to escape their troubled pasts. In their quest to be the best, they also harbor a secret: Each is in love with his rival. The four hit it off at the Summer Olympics in New York and reconnect on an island vacation that gives new meaning to doubles, round-robin, and preliminary heats. By then, the shifting professional fortunes of each couple have begun to signal a change in their personal relationships as well, one that will lead to new alliances and betrayal and engulf them in tragedy. Told from their alternating viewpoints, Water Music is about power, jealousy, dominance, and submission. It’s about how the past informs the present and the future and how the choices made by nations, our families, and ourselves color our lives. Ultimately, it’s the story of how we come to accept those choices and learn to live with loss through love.
over for his pants on the chair. His hand fumbled through the pockets ... a sedative. All of them had. It might just as well have been strong, black coffee. ... After lying inert for a moment, a restless ache spread through his joints.
Author: Curt Siodmak
Publisher: Pickle Partners Publishing
Three men, each driven by secret reasons, volunteered to take the strangest trip since the beginning of time: GORDON—filled with a need for power, enough power to wipe out the memory of an earlier terrible shame. LOCKWOOD—to whom life was worth very little without Susan—maybe it was worth nothing at all. STANTON—a man haunted by the knowledge that a special and mysterious fate awaited him. Behind them were their pasts. Ahead of them—infinity. In this different and suspense-filled novel, the author of Donovan’s Brain tells the story of a strange quest whose outcome might mean the difference between survival and extinction for mankind.
Sex was only one practice of it, a particular thing you did as only part of the glory of the whole. ... mass of humanity on the planet who are driven, who are doomed to be eternally restless for some new conquest, even an idle thrill.
Author: Jim Cleveland
My book is quite different from my book called Prayers and Poems'. I just want to let everybody know I have a sense of humor in my life and am not always serious as people may think about me. I started writing this book in January of 2006 and it was finished on July 19, 2006.
Just a few seconds later there was a beep and a single word text message. “Done...” *** “And go large...” I glanced at my watch. “Okay... That's your hour and then some.” There was a chorus of groans from my after school riders.
Author: Samantha Bassett
Publisher: Wilf Voss
One mistake pits a woman against cold-blooded killers. With no escape, she needs to fight for her life or prepare to die... Orphaned at an early age when her parents were killed in a horrific accident, Amanda Bishop dreams of being a riding instructor, galloping horses, and green pastures. Instead, she’s on the run from gangsters and if she can’t stop them risks not only her own life but those of everyone around her. Bullied in care, Amanda ran away to London where she fell in love with a man, naively not realising he was the head of a major drug operation. When he's arrested, she runs again, but she has something they want, badly - badly enough to kill anyone who gets in their way. Instead of riding horses, she’s on the run from gangsters. She thought she could run away and start over, but was sadly mistaken. She has to face them or lose everything
Table of Contents San Saba came into Deadwood that night for the first time, though he and Lispenard had been camped just ... been exhausted and if Lispenard, an apt pupil but an unruly and sullen one, hadn't grown restless for whisky.
Author: Ernest Haycox
Musaicum Books presents to you this great western collection containing adventure tales, romance novels and stories inspired by historical events. These tales have an ambiance and milieu of the old West and paint the picture of the West as it really was, with people as they really were. Burnt Creek Stories A Burnt Creek Yuletide Budd Dabbles in Homesteads When Money Went to His Head Stubborn People Prairie Yule False Face Rockbound Honesty Murder on the Frontier Mcquestion Rides Court Day Officer's Choice The Colonel's Daughter Dispatch to the General On Texas Street In Bullhide Canyon Wild Enough When You Carry the Star Other Short Stories At Wolf Creek Tavern Blizzard Camp Born to Conquer Breed of the Frontier Custom of the Country Dead-Man Trail Dolorosa, Here I Come Fourth Son The Last Rodeo The Silver Saddle Things Remembered