edited: Friday, April 17, 2009
By Patricia Probert Gott
Rated "G" by the Author.
Posted: Wednesday, August 06, 2008
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In 1902 Charlie and Bertha Daye ride from Cody Wyoming into the Crow Reservation in South/Central Montana counting wild horses in the Pryor Mountains for the U.S. Government.
Set in north/central Wyoming and south/central Montana in the early 1900's, Charlie and Bertha Daye go on a job for the U S Government counting wild mustangs in the Pryor Mountains of the Crow Reservation. They encounter a situation with wolves on their journey and decide to capture and bring back a few wild horses of their own.
The story can be read in it's entirity on www.ropeandwire.com --also check out my interview on the web site