Posts by sonja

Ambushed by America

The publicity campaign has just been launched for my third book, “Ambushed by America.” The reviews I’ve received have been marvelous, which is a bit of a pleasant surprise. I favor my second book, “Roundtrip from Texas.” Perhaps the third one is the charm, but I’m not quitting with this one. The fourth book, “Saplings, Twigs, and Switches,” is...

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Santa Fe Opera

Santa Fe Opera

What a wonderful week in Santa Fe. The climate is delightful compared to southwest Texas in August and the company of my three brothers and their spouses for our yearly visit proved wonderful. As always we stayed at the same hotel along with several other couples, Texas friends, and wined and dined with enjoyment. The opera, “Golden Cockerel,” was entertaining but I must admit,...

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Texas Olive Oil

Having visitors at Ambush Hill Ranch through Homeaway/VRBO, brings interesting people. Recently I hosted the owners of a Texas Olive Oil Farm. They kindly brought bottles of their olive oil, grown and produced on family land. The brand is Texana Brands Olive Oil and their web site is www.texanabrands.com. They also produce the infused olive oils, sriracha, lemon, herb, garlic, hatch and extra...

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Ambushed by America

My new book, “Ambushed by America, is now available at Amazon. It contains more wit and wisdom, mainly wit. I’ve begun writing my fourth book titled, “Saplings, Twigs and Switches.” I returned this week from a lovely trip to Spain and Portugal where I visited the Prado Museum and National Palace in Madrid, the fortress town of Toledo and the university town of Salamana...

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Whassup

I haven’t posted in a coon’s age and don’t know how long coons live but I have lots of them here at the ranch and they are pesky critters. The Homeaway and Vacation Rentals on the property kept me quite busy through the summer. Hunting season is upon those of us who own ranches with native and exotic game. I traveled in late spring to Japan, Siberia and Alaska and have...

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