Wild Fire Wakara Of Eagle Lodge
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Wild Fire acquaints readers with Wakara as she struggles with anger over her mother's death, resentment at her new ranch duties, and a blossoming friendship with a young ranch hand at Eagle Lodge. She sometimes feels that her horse Lily is the only one who really understands her. When Wakara and her brother get caught in a raging forest fire, she learns to trust God in everything.
There's never a dull moment at Eagle Lodge. Whether it's riding Lily on a steep mountain trail, encountering a bear, or saving her brother from one of his close calls, Wakara is always in the middle of excitement. In book three, an antique journal reveals a stunning surprise: The first Wakara was indeed her ancestor, but she wasn't even close to who Wakara thought she was. Then, just when she thinks she and Colin might become more than friends, he starts ignoring her. To make matters worse, Dad is suddenly treating her as if she were ten instead of almost sixteen, and she can't figure out why. As always, Wakara is stressed about taking care of Ryan, her accident-prone seven-year-old brother. When Colin leads the gang on a white water rafting trip, he makes a crucial error in judgment, and Ryan is swept out of the boat. A desperate search-and-rescue operation ensues, with Wakara right in the middle. Can she ever forgive Colin for putting Ryan's life at risk?
In Blind Fury, Wakara is starting to come to terms with the death of her mother, but she misses her presence every day, especially when it comes to getting maternal wisdom on the topic of boys and dating. Anne, the Native housekeeper, nurtures Wakara's fascination with her own Indian heritage as she disciples the young teen in her walk of faith. When a severe mountain snowstorm blankets Eagle Lodge with its blind fury, Wakara rides Lily into the storm to try and save some lost elk hunters.
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Despite mining's multidimensional role in the history of Utah since Euro-american settlement, there has never been a book that surveyed and contextualized its impact. From the Ground Up fill that gap with a collection of essays by leading Utah historians and geologists. Essays here address the geology of the state, the economic history of mining in Utah, and the lore of mines and miners. Additionally, the book reviews a handul of particularly significant mineral industries---saline, coal, uranium, and beryllium---and surveys important hard-rock mining regions of the state.