“It can consume you” Gallahorn said of her grief. “You can either be mad or you can try to do something positive.”
Safety issues being a concern, where is the project to herd sheep and goat watchers on the highway? One person see’s an animal, they stop and a domino effect happens. Vehicles stop, people walk across the road not paying any attention to traffic.
It is surprising that there are not more accidents during those conditions.
I just hope I’m not the unlucky driver who hits a vehicle or person.
“A wise man will make more opportunities than he finds.”
Francis Bacon, 1561-1626
“All know that the drop merges into the ocean but few know that the ocean merges into the drop.”
“He lives long that lives well; and time misspent is not lived but lost.”
Thomas Fuller, 1608-1661
Any fool can criticize, condemn and complain — and most fools do. But it takes character and self-control to be understanding and forgiving.
writer, lecturer and leadership consultant
“Even if it seems like it’s taking too long for what we want to arrive, it’s better to stay with the ache than abandon the desire.”
Integrity without knowledge is weak and useless, and knowledge without integrity is dangerous and dreadful.
“A merry heart doeth good like a medicine: but a broken spirit drieth the bones.”
In all these years I’ve learned, I hope, “not to take what is not given.”
Brother David Steindl-Rast
The son of the man who bought the Gold Cord mine in the ‘30s still lives there—Dan Renshaw provides a source of valuable information for White and his students about the mine, its equipment and what it was like to live amid its history.
See more at: Recording lived history, at a Hatcher Pass gold mine
The latest David Wolf mystery-thriller, Signature, is now available at Amazon.
As usual, I’ve discounted the book for the first 48 hours of launch as a thank you for being a reader, and as always, thank you for the continued support.
SIGNATURE (David Wolf #9)
Chief Detective Wolf and Special Agent Kristen Luke are back — and they’re going up against a sadistic killer whose signature works span the Four Corners region of Colorado and are now spilling into Rocky Points. Signature is the latest pulse-thumping thriller in Jeff Carson’s popular David Wolf mystery-thriller series.
Wolf is called to a crime scene next to the Chautauqua River, where a woman resident of Rocky Points has been murdered. The killer has left a well-known signature not seen for years–a severed ear.
For Wolf, the gruesome display is a surprise, but so is the FBI beating the local department to the scene.
Three days earlier a truck is unearthed from south of Durango, Colorado. Within it is DNA evidence linking to killings in southwest Colorado that have stumped the FBI for years. The evidence, and now a new body, has led them north, where it seems the monster known by all as The Van Gogh Killer has chosen Rocky Points as his new venue to display his horrific works.
While the town reels with panic, Wolf learns the latest victim was dating an SBCSD deputy whose past directly links to the killings in the Four Corners area. Worse, the news the case involves one of their own means the higher-ups want to outsource the investigation to the feds. It’s a matter of due process and objectivity.
With his community in danger there’s no swaying Wolf, however, and special agent Kristen Luke sees the value in using his skills, convincing her superiors to add Wolf to the killer task force. Now part of the team, Wolf learns there are more secrets the FBI isn’t telling everyone, and the unanswered questions are more than anyone can deal with.
In this nail-biting ninth book of the David Wolf Mystery-Thriller series, Wolf and Luke are pushed to their furthest limits yet to find the answers. But the killer isn’t waiting around for them to figure it out. He has more work to do. More payments that require his signature.