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Twelve-year-old Lucas Vogel would rather be in school and safe at home than work as a cowboy. Due to the tragic death of his parents, Lucas finds himself on a cattle drive from Montana to Saskatchewan's Big Muddy badlands at the turn of the century. He's recently lost his Dutch immigrant parents in a devastating hurricane in Texas and has taken the train to Montana with hi ...more
Paperback, 185 pages
Published September 1st 2008 by Coteau Books
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I live in the town of Qu'Appelle, Saskatchewan,
Canada, with my husband, David Aksomitis. We were married June 16, 1973, so have been married forever. I have three sons and three great daughters-in-law, and one grandson, who just lives a few blocks away from me, so he always brings his parents over for Sunday night supper. I grew up outside Qu'Appelle, on the Qu'Appelle Appaloosa Ranch, so graduate
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