White Hawk Publishing
January 22, 2020
8.5 X 0.38 X 8.5 inches | 0.97 pounds
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About the Author
Ginny Glenn is a retired physical education and elementary classroom teacher. She taught school for thirty-two years in Texas, Colorado, and Alaska. Ginny is a native of Colorado and loves the outdoors and its critters. At the time this poem was written, she lived off the grid for ten years up on Gore Pass in NW Colorado where her nearest human neighbors lived about ten miles away. Ginny has written many stories, poems, and songs. This is the first one to be published. "I like the rhythm of words and the pictures they paint in one's mind. Sometimes words just come to me. I try to catch them on paper before they disappear.
Kelli Lewis was born and raised in Colorado's Vail Valley, and maintains a deep-seated passion for protecting, preserving and enhancing the outdoors. An artist as far back as she can remember, she is also a Park Ranger with a Bachelor's degree in Environmental Studies with a minor in Socio-Cultural Anthropology. Kelli's life mission is to spend her days serving the Colorado outdoors by educating existing and future generations in ways to be stewards of the earth and it's creatures.