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With a name like Nuisance, life can be challenging, to say the least!

Dakota's horse stops dead in front of the general store; there’s a wagon out front, and he stops right next to it. I am sitting here looking stupid; well, stupider than usual. A few minutes after we stop here, a very pretty young lady comes out of the store yelling at someone inside. She is dressed in men’s clothing, which is strange for the West these days. She is talking like a man, too. This lady can cuss with the best of them. She looks around and sees me staring at her. I’ve never seen a woman as pretty as her.

“What are you looking at? Maybe the question should be what are you?”

Now, I’m embarrassed, I’m trying to get that horse to move, but he ain’t going nowhere.

When Nuisance, Dakota's horse, and the dog ambled into town, they had no idea what they were getting into. Not that it would have changed anything. They are simply not the type to allow anyone to ride roughshod over a lady.

Join them as they help Miss Emily and prove to the bad guys that he is only a nuisance to them.

©2008 Edward & Eunice Vought (P)2020 Edward Vought

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