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Safe in All Things
Safe in All Things
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Lillian Marie Cline is finally widowed after forty years of an abusive marriage and has no use for men. She has come to the Kootenai National Forest to work as a volunteer Birder for Ranger Roberts but ends up with the bossy retired Ranger Russell instead. Lil's view of Ranger Russell, also known as Mr. B, is woven between attacks by the poachers and her attempts to prevent the death of his grizzly, her illnesses and his attempts to help her, a discussion about her first marriage with Batsy and Russell’s attempts to console her, the almost fatal attack by the dogs, and, her love of the Lord and how that plays in her life.
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Lillian Marie Cline is finally widowed after forty years of an abusive marriage and has no use for men. She has come to the Kootenai National Forest to work as a volunteer Birder for Ranger Roberts but ends up with the bossy retired Ranger Russell instead.

Lil's view of Ranger Russell, also known as Mr. B, is woven between attacks by the poachers and her attempts to prevent the death of his grizzly, her illnesses and his attempts to help her, a discussion about her first marriage with Batsy and Russell’s attempts to console her, the almost fatal attack by the dogs, and, her love of the Lord and how that plays in her life.

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“Excuse me, but if you keep staring at me like that, I might have to throw a rock at you,” Lil warned the Gray Jay about ten feet from her. “I will braid my hair anywhere I want!”The gray head tilted to the left then the bird jabbered a streak at her so loudly that Lil was sorry she had said anything!“Don’t you sass me!” she laughed as the bird took flight into the cold mists and the tall trees, noting the misty haze that gently wafted through the cedar and fir trees around the camp. Her morning perch on the tree stump in the grassy area in front of the bathrooms lent a good view of Crew Camp while she braided her long, ornery hair. However, this morning, she was more bent on ripping the hair out.A welcome interruption came down the dirt road that circled down from the mountain east of her and into camp. The deep green, special edition jeep pulled to a stop in the parking area by her small cabin. Well, at last! Hopefully this was the ranger with whom she would work for the next seven or so months. Wally Kelso, the assistant manager for this National Forest had sent her out here to Crew Camp to wait. So, she did. For two days. Then suddenly changed her mind.

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About Lynn

My career as a professional pianist and teacher ended in 1996 when my third brain tumor started. In 2005, after 43 years of marriage to an emotional abuser, he became physically threatening so I'm now divorced. in the last months of the marriage, I had started writing for my...

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