Ebook Copies of Prairie Ghosts are on sale for .99 cents! It’s time to paint your wagons and journey across the Oregon Trail. Saddle up, readers!



Prairie Ghosts is currently on sale for .99 cents! Grab your ebook today. It’s time to paint your wagons and journey across the Oregon Trail. Saddle up, readers! Happy reading. ❤️🐴







1blogI’ll be discussing a variety of topics concerning The Oregon Trail over the next several weeks. I’d like to begin by sharing the synopsis of “Prairie Ghosts” along with several related images and paintings.


                                                        Prairie Ghosts 

Cathy Brennan is leaving the comfort of her Nebraska home to travel the Oregon Trail. It’s the spring of 1849 and she’s brutally unaware of what awaits her upon her departure. Despite the many hardships ahead, romance is on the horizon. Childhood friend and love interest, Shane Mackenzie, earns a place in her heart, wrangling cattle and dangerous obstacles along the trail. Love blossoms and the couple soon find themselves embraced by their new family of traveling companions, a lovable cast of gold prospectors, gamblers, and even a fast-talking Madame and her charming ladies of “ill-repute,” risk life and limb as they journey across the Great Frontier. Together, they challenge conventional beliefs. The young pioneers will soon discover an evil lurking within the seemingly quiet plains of the northwest.

Haunted by threatening dreams and visions, Cathy battles both real and imaginary forces, that eventually culminate in a surprisingly twist of fate.

Will the green-eyed beauty find love and contentment in the arms of Shane Mackenzie, a handsome cowboy? Or will she fall victim to the dark forces bent on her destruction. Dare to take up the reins in this action-packed romance. Prairie Ghosts is a unique tale for a new generation of western romance lovers.


Oregon Trail Family by Morgan Weistling


Orgeon Trail  by Mel Steinhauer


The original “Prairie Schooner”

restored wagon

Restored Conestoga Wagon at Scotts Bluff National Monument on the Oregon Trail


Chimney Rock.


An impressive column of clay and sandstone rising from the dusty earth like a mysterious pyramid from days gone by. Reaching five hundred feet, the pillar of limestone, clay and ash was a startling milestone. The circumference was nearly half a mile in diameter, creating excitement among the travelers traveling across Nebraska.


Image by  Morgan Weistling

Experienced pioneers drove oxen and mules across the prairies. The animals were able to survive on smaller amounts of feed and water compared to horses and ponies.


Oregon Trail Interpretive Center

Wagon-in-Marsh (1)

Wagons in Marsh: Oregon/California Trail Center

Girl on Oregon Trail by Benjamin Wu

Girl on Oregon Trail by Benjamin Wu

he Oregon Trail painting originally painted by Albert Bierstadt

The Oregon Trail by Albert Bierstadt


“Evening on the Trail” by Tom Browning

Thank you for stopping by today, readers! I’m looking forward to your next visit.


AnneMarie Dapp













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