Outriders by Jay Posey

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The start of a Military SF series from imprint best-seller and Tom Clancy game series writer Jay Posey.

Not a bad start to, I hope a very long series! I thoroughly enjoyed it. Jay seems to have an understanding of small unit tactics and the military experience.


I bought it 3 Jan 2017

Finished it 11 Jan 2017

Bone Fight

Most every morning Montana & Dakota “fight” over some old bone.

Most of the time Dakota ends up with the bone.



New Host

After 6 years at HostGator.
They had gone down hill and it was time to move on

A LOT of birds

This morning there was all this noise from out side.

It turned out to be a couple 100 birds making all this.


Peach Tree

We planted this peach tree late this spring.
Look at all the peaches it has.
We can’t wait til next year

peach tree

New Backyard Friends

We have quite a few backyard friends.
Frogs, squirrels, chipmunks, spiders, snakes, geese, ducks, rabbits.
Our newest friends are kinda rare!

We had a family of Cranes hangout all day today
Momma (Candy Crane), Papa (Charlie Crane) , and Baby (Chipper Crane).

Enjoy the pictures


Our Garden 2013

We cannot display this gallery We planted four dwarf fruit trees !
We are excited to see how they do.
Our strawberries seem to be on steroids this year, I love it !
The two pictures of  the strawberries show the amazing growth in just a few days !
The weather seems to be perfect for growing so far.

Lights Out

Lights Out

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Author: David Crawfor
Paperback: 608 pages
Publisher: Halffast Publishing (December 10, 2010)

I really enjoyed this book it is a well written novel that grabbed me from the beginning and didn’t let go till the last page. In the survival genre of novels, I’ve come to expect a glut of survival information poorly integrated into a so-so story. This novel is different. It has an entertaining plot and characters with surprising depth. This book doesn’t vacillate between a story and a survival gear catalog as so many of the survival novels do. In most instances it seamlessly integrates the survival tips and tricks into the overall story. It also doesn’t trade entertainment for realism. The story is credible but you probably won’t be as fortunate as these characters if a scenario like this ever occurs. My anticipation level was high from beginning to end. Although I didn’t want to, I did have to put the book down on occasion because it is a long story, but I couldn’t wait to pick it up again. Don’t expect a survival guide. This might make it a disappointing read for some, but for the average person looking for a great ‘end of the world as we know it’ novel, you will not be disappointed. I look forward to the next installment by this author. If his follow on books are as good as his debut novel he should have a long and successful career as a novelist.

While some of the stuff is glossed over like the endless supply of propane or what they are doing for a sewer. It is a great read and worth your time