Author Anne Carrole Here Tomorrow

annecarroleHello Darlings,

Dust is flying and excitement is whirling!

Miz Anne Carrole has arrived at the Junction and ready to chat with all of you tomorrow. The talented lady is such a dear. Why she’s even taken my cranky mule under her wing and made him a gentleman. ūüôā

Miz Anne is going to share information about the rodeo with us, all the way from the early days to the present. In addition she’s promoting her¬†brand new book RE-RIDE¬†AT THE¬†RODEO.¬†Miz Anne¬†just loves cowboys and romance. She’s a lady after my¬†own heart! Ropin’ and ridin’ and romancin’ are my favorite subjects.

Saddle up and ride over. See what the excitement’s about.

You’ll even¬†get a chance to win a prize. How about that!

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When I'm not keepin' all these Fillies in line, I'm practicing my roping so I can catch me a cowboy. Me and Jasper (my mule) are two peas in a pod. Both of us are as crotchety as all get-out.

3 thoughts on “Author Anne Carrole Here Tomorrow”

  1. Anne, having been bucked off a horse that got a bee stuck under his saddle flap, I could relate to your tales of flying off the burro and Dusty. Glad you’re OK! I rode a lot when I was young and hit the ground on more than one occasion, but the bee incident was really memorable!

  2. Hi Anne, I enjoyed your stories and rodeo trivia. And I can totally relate to being thrown off a bucking horse. Dancer was spooked by a wild turkey crossing his path and totally freaked. He neighed and leaped high in the air over a stream, landed on the other side–and still I managed to hang on for dear life. But when he stood back on his hind legs, off I went, hitting the hard ground with a thud. To this day, my knees crack when I stand up! But there is no comparison to the feeling of riding wild and free in the open countryside!

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