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The Flying U Ranch

B. M. Bower

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .Andy's interest in the buckskin, however, was scant. His face was sober, his whole attitude one of extreme dejection.

"You got the tummy-ache?" Pink inquired facetiously, moving around so that he got a fair look at his face.

"Naw—his girl's went back on him!" Happy Jack put in, coiling his rope as he came up.

"Oh, shut up!" Andy's voice was sharp with trouble. "Boys, the Old Man's—well, he's most likely dead by this time. I brought out a telegram—"

"Go on!" Pink's eyes widened incredulously. "Don't you try that kind of a load, Andy Green, or I'll just about—"

"Oh, you fellows make me sick!" Andy took his elbows off the rail and stood straight. "Dammit, the telegram's up at the house—go and read it yourselves, then!"

The three stared after him doubtfully, fear struggling with the caution born of much experience.

"He don't act, to me, like he was putting up a josh," . . . Read More

Community Reviews

This book is about a ranch called Flying U Ranch. Thousands of sheep invaded the coulee. The Ranch brings back a happy family of cowboys introduced in Chip of the Flying U.

I though Flying U Ranch was a very interesting and engaging book. The only problem I had with this book is that it seemed like it rambled on and on. Otherwise I liked the entire book, it had an interesting and engaging plotline, with likeable, and unlikable characters.

This month's B. M. Bower title takes us back to the Montana home of the Happy Family, that crew of cowboys we met in a few earlier books that also took place at the Flying U ranch.

It was great to ride along with Andy, Weary, Happy Jack, Big Medicine, and the rest of the gang again. Oh, I shouldn't