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October 15, 2013
Posted at 11:49 am
Updated: October 15, 2013 - 11:54 am

'The Legend of Eli Crow-Part Four-The Young Bucks'

Oklahoma Territory
March, 1889

'The Legend of Eli Crow'-Part Four, has for the most part, been about The Young Bucks up until now, just as the title implies.

The Young Bucks have sisters though, and now we will get to see how the Crow Girls are growing into young women. They range in age from thirteen to sixteen.

They have been raised beside their brothers, learning to ride, shoot, fight, cuss, and be just as wild as the Young Bucks-when they can get away from their mommas long enough.

They've never been around boys other than their brothers, and they're wondering if they will ever meet boys, living out here in Indian Territory.

The Unassigned Lands will be opened on April 21st of 1889 and the Crow clan, with close friends, and hired hands plan to gather at Pecan Ridge for the Land Run. The Crow Girls will be there also and things are about to change in each of their lives.

Eli Crow has already set wheels in motion for his girls that they have yet to discover, but it will be up to them to make sure those wheels keep rolling.

Let your mind go back in time to the latter part of the 19th century as you read these remaining 33 chapters of Part Four. Try to remember that Eli Crow is a self-made millionaire who has made sure his sons and daughters were raised to respect elders, women, and children.

He's made sure that they are more than capable of taking care of themselves, and defending others around them if need be. He's also made sure that they look forward to their future and are not afraid to dream.

Cinch your saddle up tight and hang on to your hat as the Young Bucks and the Crow Girls prepare to embark on a trip across Indian Territory that will lead them through fun times, sad times, and hard times during the spring and summer of 1889.

What begins as one hell of an adventure with just the twelve of them, will bring about life changing situations that will make young men and women of them before fall arrives.

Chapter 72 will be submitted later today.
Thank you for following my tale about Eli Crow,
and his family and friends.
J Ryter