Loves that she's the first woman to ask him if they can ride Whiskey Road. No woman he's ever been with has asked to ride down Whiskey Road. It's bound to be the best motorcycle ride of her life. “Don't tell me you're afraid to ride ...
Author: Karen V. Siplin
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
From Karen Siplin, the author of His Insignificant Other and Such a Girl, comes a passionate and edgy love story about a savvy female celebrity photographer and a small-town white contractor that asks, "Where does a black woman born and raised in the big city go when she wants to escape, and what happens when she gets there?" After one too many run-ins with irate A-list celebrities and their bodyguards on the streets of Los Angeles, paparazza Jimi Anne Hamilton has decided to throw in the towel. But when she planned to ride her BMW K 1200 motorcycle from California to New York, she didn't count on having her cross-country adventure interrupted by a motorcycle thief. After the brutal attack, which sees both her motorcycle and camera equipment stolen, she finds herself left with only her helmet, a few clothes, and a bag of money she swiped from her attacker. Disillusioned and hurt, Jimi chooses to recuperate in a nearby town where she meets Caleb Atwood, a local contractor fighting his own demons. Jimi and Caleb make a mismatched pair: black and white, highbrow and low. But in Caleb, Jimi believes she has found someone who feels as much of an outsider as she is. With Whiskey Road, Karen Siplin again succeeds in giving readers a story about opposites who manage to see what no one else can -- that they're right for each other.
A coast to coast tour of the most exciting whiskey distilleries in the US, from small-scale craft operations to the behemoths of bourbon Tristan Stephenson. Waterfill and Frazier 167 Wayne, John 265 WCTU 316–18 Weatherbury Farms 54 ...
Author: Tristan Stephenson
Publisher: Ryland Peters & Small
"Rigorously researched and richly illustrated...Meticulous in detail and gleeful in its discoveries, this trip is a joyride for any whiskey lover." Publishers Weekly Buckle up and join bestselling author and whiskey connoisseur Tristan Stephenson on a Stateside tour and learn all there is to know about the finest whiskey and bourbon America has to offer. Whiskey in America is a regional product that has evolved in different ways and at a differing pace depending on where you go. Tristan Stephenson’s road trip enabled him to visit more than 40 unique distilleries, from long-established makers in the states that are the spiritual home of the industry – Kentucky and Tennessee – to newer craft-distillers in Indiana, Pennsylvania, and even California and Texas. In his own unique style, which is both fiercely entertaining and meticulously well-researched, Tristan weaves together the full and fascinating story of American whiskey, from its history and production methods to the origins of iconic cocktails still enjoyed in bars around the world today.
Acloud of dust trailed behind an old Ford truck asit barreled down Shady Creek road towardsthe County line. ... he had riddenin the backof thatverytruck driven byhisfather while on their way to townormaking deliveriesof Mash Whiskey.
Author: Carson Reid
Publisher: America Star Books
James Cutter ( J.C.) is a former Deputy turned Bail Agent who finds himself in trouble with the local Sheriffs of the area and the Clan of a shooting victim from Kentucky. And not only is he facing the wrath of the Law, as well as the small army coming for him from up north, he is soon to be faced with even more danger when two brothers that he put away five years ago gets out of prison and comes looking to settle the score. But the worst is yet to come as he struggles with the recent lose of his life long love and what he finds out about her recent disappearance. With all of this ridding on his shoulders J.C. must also deal with his past as a young up and coming Boot Leger who betrayed his family legacy to become a Lawman, making him an enemy of the people that once held his late father and those like him with high regard. If the chaos that is James Cutter’s life doesn’t push him over the edge, it may just yet put him in the ready and waiting grave next to his legendary father, Down On Whiskey Row.
In early April 1879, after picking up supplies at the Bashford general store, Jennings left with the intention of returning to his mines but “was detained at several points” along Whiskey Row. Nightfall arrived, and an inebriated ...
Author: Bradley G. Courtney
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
Some of the oldest, most notorious saloons in the American West lined the streets of Prescott’s Whiskey Row. Dating back to 1864, the remote mountain town thrived on its mining and cattle industries during the day and raised hell at night when dusty outlaws and pioneers like Virgil Earp and Doc Holliday crowded Row saloons to quench their thirsts. Whiskey Row bore witness to legendary gunfights, murders and other curious tales, like that of Baby Bell, aka Chance Cobweb Hall, known today as Arizona’s most famous saloon story. From crooked gambling operations and barroom brawls to the devastating fire of 1900, author and historian Bradley G. Courtney explores the colorful stories of Whiskey Row.
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Thus the Whiskey Pass Road and all others to the south are within private property and closed to the public . The east road toward Whiskey Pass goes west 6 miles from 0.5 mile south of Monument Lake , and dead ends on the side of ...
Author: Randy Jacobs
Publisher: The Mountaineers Books
Guide to the Colorado Mountains, 10th Edition compiles updated route descriptions for more than 1,500 hiking and climbing destinations-peaks, passes, lakes, and trails- from the expert trip leaders of the Colorado Mountain Club.
The fire of 1883 was the first of three fires that would affect the geography of Whiskey Row—the Whiskey Row that was ... So was Nathan Ellis and Al Whitney's Diana Saloon, the saloon that begat all other Montezuma Street saloons.
Author: Bradley G. Courtney
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
Category: Social Science
A fire of frightening magnitude was not a question of "if" but "when" in young Prescott, and on July 14, 1900, the feared conflagration found its spark. After several years of drought, a candle slipping from its holder was all it took to utterly destroy Prescott's business district, red-light district and famous Whiskey Row. People grabbed what they could to rescue it from the flames, but the party didn't stop. Even the piano from one saloon was moved to a new location, and people continued to play. Author Bradley Courtney explores the conditions leading up to the disaster, the surprising details of its effects and the amazing recovery that shapes the town today.
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