Trapping was becoming a dying trade and not many could make it in such a harsh life. But Joshua Walker had worked these mountains and streams most of his adult life and preferred it, to what was becoming the new progressive way of living. With winter coming on soon he knew the much-feared Arikara Indians would be making way to their wintering camps so he skirted their country in search of place to set his traps and settle in for the winter himself. Just as he had begun his travels, he encountered something that bewildered him and upon closer inspection he bore witness to a grizzly scene that would alter his destiny forever.Then they spitted the meat on sharpened sticks and began roasting it over the fire . The man that had ridden in front of the rest, whom she ... She knew he would wake soon and re-kindle the fire. Soon, she heard him stirring; then, after a fewanbsp;...
|Title||:||Bitter Root Blood|
|Author||:||John James Van Vorst, Jodi L. Westendorf|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2001-03-01|