BAR NOTHING RANCH by Rosemary Taylor

BAR NOTHING RANCH

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The author of Chicken Every Sunday, which was boarding house biography, tur to a cattle and dude ranch for her newest recital of human stories, idiosyncrasies and mishaps. This is Noelke Webb's story, her romance, from a musical comedy, with much or W.T., and her best foot forward when times got bad for the cattle ranch. For she in guests, and made them part of the ranch's machinery, even though paying guests unpaid labor, and the price was high, still it worked out well for the popularity of And these are the tales of the misfits, of the romances, of the newlyweds, of personalties who came to visit, and of Neolke's quick-thinking response to all situations. T are horses and cattle as well as humans on this Arizona ranch, which for all its incidents, has a sound.

Pub Date: Nov. 12th, 1947
ISBN: 1432564234
Publisher: Whittlesey