Posted at 10:48 pm , on August 3, 2010
Having lunch one weekend at the Wolfcreek Inn my husband and son in-law were approached to be in a music video! This is one of the pictures I took! My hubby is very comfortable at a poker table.
During the 1800s there weren’t many forms of entertainment available so men turned to card games because they were easy to understand and cards were portable.
Renegade Banker Big Iron Directed by Marc Bousatt & Produced by Brent Pearson.
Posted at 9:04 pm , on August 3, 2010
Author. Well known as the author of “Gone with the Wind,” she began working as a journalist, using the name of Peggy Mitchell for the Atlanta Journal as a feature writer. It took her ten years to write “Gone With The Wind,” then titled “Tomorrow is Another Day.” She also changed the name of the heroine, the beautiful and manipulative Southern belle, from her original choice of “Pansy” to the more evocative “Scarlett”. In addition to its staggering sales, the novel won both the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award in 1937