It's about spirituality and credibility how to keep your woman satisfied out of bed. It's about the whispering pines and quaking aspens we meet along the way.
It's clear. How to Keep Your Woman Satisfied Out of Bed? It's all about the rendering of friendship. It's not about a dashing profile or beads weaved into hair contributing to fame, or being in with what you think is the in-crowd. Competition is fierce for lesbian writers and if you are doing what many other already well-known, famous lesbian authors and lesbian sex-talk celebrities have already done and proved it tried and true , you're jumping on the bandwagon too late...that tune already played. It's about truth, honesty, and integrity. It's about a lunch date with nature. It's about morning walks and days seeping with inspiration overflowing from the lake abundantly alive with the movement of delicious labyrinth ripples highlighting the rainbow trout teasing the taste buds. It's about the whispering pines and quaking aspens we meet along the way. It's about rustic cabins maintaining our spirits in the evening, sitting inside the rental cabin for the night in our old-fashioned flannel pajamas with candles and feather quills, brushing our long hair a hundred strokes. It's about tattered paperback dictionaries, because they're time-worn from endless queries. It's about sharing erotic lesbian stories, discussing plot lines, sensuous, uncensored dialogue, and writing in longhand (so to really feel the lesbian sex first and foremost as friendship) as the quill tip drips with sensual ink, onto the page turner. It's about the antique cooler filled with iced beer and wine, and cheese. And yesterday's grilled roast beef marinated in San Juan Mountain Marinade based in Durango, Colorado;
Blends such as Wolf Creek Wasabi Lime BBQ Marinade and Pineapple Habanero. It's about the fresh bread in the satchel. It's about a tender kiss after saying your nightly goddess prayer and leaving your woman an After Eight dinner mint wafer wrapped in a cornhusk on her pillow. Sweet goodnights. It's about spirituality and credibility how to keep your woman satisfied out of bed.
Sage Sweetwater lives near San Isabel, Colorado. She visits the Lodge and Lake, and has rented a cabin when she needed a change of quilt.
Lake Isabel in the pines and quaking aspens, the perfect place of serenity of nature in Sage Sweetwater's "backyard". Behind Lake Isabel, is the Greenhorn Wilderness Area. It extends southwest into the huge San Isabel National forest. These remote mountains host a home to a variety of wildlife, including bighorn sheep that live above timberline. Greenhorn Mountain rises 13,000 feet. The elevation is bountiful of elk, deer, bear, mountain lion, coyote, fox, marmot, wild turkey, antelope and other animals. The lush mountainsides are nourished by ample winter snows and summer rains. They're named the Wet Mountains. This rugged mountain country is pristine and unexplored! This area is where Sage Sweetwater wrote Mash Camp, the sequel to Panama Whiskey, a selection in Sage's The Biker Chronicles. It is where Sage is narrating the homesteader's tin roof shack, which is near a summer mountain spud patch, where Sage witnessed a miracle over 25 years ago when a mountain biker's "earth-distilled" whiskey moonshine healed a homesteader's wife from tick fever.