Colorado Bound: The Sam Ogden Mountain Man Series # XVII by Robert M. Johnson - PDF free download eBook
The year of 1846 would prove to be one of extraordinary adventure for Sam Ogden. The previous year had seen the frontier...
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Details of Colorado Bound: The Sam Ogden Mountain Man Series # XVII
- Exact title of the book
- Colorado Bound: The Sam Ogden Mountain Man Series # XVII
- Book author
- Robert M. Johnson
- Book edition
- Kindle Edition
- Number of pages
- 135 pages
- ISBN (ASIN)
- November 12th 2018 by Creative Publications
- File size (in PDF)
- 540 kB
Some brief overview of book
The year of 1846 would prove to be one of extraordinary adventure for Sam Ogden. The previous year had seen the frontier rampage of Carlos Reyes, whom Sam ultimately killed in a mountainside confrontation. But three years earlier Sam had been the guide and confident of an English nobleman who visited Grand Junction, Colorado on a hunting expedition.
The two became friends during the expedition and they continued a regular correspondence during the years that followed. Volume fifteen of the Sam Ogden series describes how the friendship turned into an invitation and a subsequent visit to London by Sam and his family. Their return voyage became a series of dangerous adventures depicted in volume sixteen of the series, “Riding the Whirlwind Seas.” Volume seventeen, “Colorado Bound,” is the sequel to this amazing journey and follows the Ogdens from their landing in Boston Harbor, back to their home on the frontier in Colorado.
The westward voyage was filled with adventure for the three Ogdens. The author has made the journey by ship from Boston to England, and recently experienced an Atlantic ocean storm while on a cruise out of Baltimore, MD. He lived near Boston for over twenty-five years, visiting the colonial wonders of Walden Pond, Lexington and Concord, the Old North Church and Faneuil Hall, all proud traditions of Boston.