Paperback: 270 pages (6x9)
Fay Poloson Haynes' life, horses, accomplishments, art, short stories and poetry.
Fay Polson Haynes was born January 4, 1926 in Helena, Montana. Her mother, Mae DeSchamps Poloson was a Homesteader, and her father, Dan Poloson, was an Immigrant from Romania. Fay started riding horses when she was 4 years old and became a top hand. She is in the Montana Cowboy Hall Of Fame, and won so many Barrel Racing, Pole Bending, and Western Stock Horse events. Fay is an artist of both oil paintings and pencil sketches; most of these accomplished by the time she was 16 years old. Fay began to write short stories and poems as a teenager and continued throughout her life.
Paperback: 144 pages (6x9)
ISBN: Hardcover 978-1-5434-2198-9
A ranch girl married an alcoholic at 16 . She was thrust into big city life ,a life filled with depression and courage. What she wanted most was to be someone’s beloved wife and a stay at home Mom.
Women worked in men’s trades during WW II then returned to raising families and what was accepted as women’s work.Grace began crossing over as a girl;ranch work was gender neutral.in the late 1960’s trying to support 5 children she learned how to paint houses inside and out..
The early 1970’s found her skidding logs;200 logs a day with a Pettibone Skidder...
The Making of a Con
Paperback: 152 pages (6x9)
This is not the story of an ordinary criminal but rather the story of a man caught up in a world within which he could not function; boyhood naïveté did not prepare him for a society that infl icted stark reality. Th is trueto-life story is told in his own words, with minor editorial adjustments. The first twenty chapters are told before he found out the facts surrounding his father’s death. I am sure the reader will be as intrigued as I was by the circumstances that propelled this man inexorably onto his destructive path, a man without goals and who hated prisons as much as he depended upon them.
Once in a Lifetime comes a Man
Paperback: 172 pages (6x9)
Fate was a blessing when a dream brought Lyle into my life once more. He was fortysix years old and had never married. It had been eighteen years since we'd seen each other. I was almost fortytwo with three adult children and two ready to graduate high school. It is only once in a lifetime that a person is lucky enough to have true love. I had that with Lyle, and it is only with writing this book and reading his letters that I fully realize the depth of his being and his love for me. I heard this on a news program on marriage: “It is rewarding to know someone has been a witness to your life .” I am that witness to Lyle's life. “Our song will endure through eternity.” I hope that in reading this, you will appreciate the soft heart, humor, intelligence, and love that was Lyle. The love he had for his family, animals, and creation. He was a man of integrity and fine character and a good listener. The mark of a man is how a man lives his life and my husband was that man-a good man who had a great mother and father.
An Immigrant, a Homesteader,
Paperback: 292 pages (6x9)
The hard work and dreams of An Immigrant, A Homesteader, And Sheep are alive in family memories even though there’s very little evidence the ranch had existed as a busy, happy place. Kids and grandkids , the bleat of several thousand sheep , the bawling of cattle , and the neigh of the horses as well as the beautiful views , the orchards , and that smell of sage ; all are in the past but my hope is that this book will record my family’s history for generations to come.
Paperback: 24 pages (8x8)
My Grandpa let me help him with his sheep so I learned from him, and I am grateful that he had a lot of love and patience as he taught me about sheep and Bum Lambs. When my Grandpa was a boy in Romania he had to chase a bear away from his sheep with a stick. He loved sheep and when he came to America he had his own sheep ranch, and I was lucky enough to be his granddaughter. Have Fun and enjoy …… Bum Lambs…