...an Endless Journey
Keenan pens what he calls an OeraO memoir of the Keenan clan from 1933-1951. From his earliest recollections throughout his childhood — discovering birding and 4-H, frying rabbit and trapping mountain lion — through hard times and new beginnings, Ed weaves an engagingly fresh yarn from his childhood, interspersed with Southwestern regional history and unforgettable legends and lore.
What people are saying about "Times Like These"...
Al Batt, Hartland, MN
Your wonderful book — "Times Like These an Endless Journey" — certainly merits a second response. There was so much to be appreciated. I love the piece on the bird book and the bats of the daytime (cliff swallows).
I, too, enjoy Tecate beer and grew up with chickens. I raised them for many years and liked their company. Silkies were and are my favorites.
My father was a water witcher and never failed to astonish me with his prowess in that arena. He was accomplished with both branch and wire forks.
Thanks for the smiles and the memories.
Al Batt (Batt Cave)
Louise Hagan, Keyboard & Stylus
Thank you. Your words are breathtaking and very, very wonderful in describing the land, trees, sea, birds and flowers that I love so much. I'm reeling from nostalgia that started when I first saw the cover of your book.