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Chuck Wagon Wheels
- Wagon Wheels are a snack food in Australia, Canada, United Kingdom, and the Republic of Ireland which have a marshmallow centre and are covered in a chocolate flavoured coating. They are produced and distributed by Burton's Foods.
- Wagon Wheels is a 1934 remake of 1931's Fighting Caravans, using stock footage from the original and substituting a new cast headed by Randolph Scott and Gail Patrick to replace the earlier film's Gary Cooper and Lili Damita.
- (wagon wheel) a wheel of a wagon
- Touch (someone) playfully or gently under the chin
- chow: informal terms for a meal
- throw carelessly; "chuck the ball"
- the part of a forequarter from the neck to the ribs and including the shoulder blade
chuck wagon wheels - Santa Fe
Santa Fe Woman (Wagon Wheel Series #1)
Ever since her mother’s death, twenty-two year old Jori Hayden has lived safely under the shelter of her wealthy father. But when the severe economic depression of the 1800s destroys the family’s fortune, the Haydens must venture west together along the Santa Fe Trail in search of a new livelihood.
With her father in poor health and her Aunt Kate–a dedicated Christian–keeping charge over the younger siblings, Jori hires Chad Rocklin right out of prison to lead their wagon train. And in a journey marked with danger at every turn, romance, faith, and family prove to be the biggest fortunes of all.
The gypsy wagon, a four wheeled home containing household possessions, allowed travel from place to place with relative ease. It is believed that the gypsies originated in northern India but many subgroups settled in Europe and later many migrated to the United States. In addition to horse-trading, they were often engaged as peddlers and fortunetellers. Many of the wagons, sometimes called wardos, were constructed in this country. This wagon was last used as a chuck wagon for a hunting group. The canvas was repainted with hunting scenes during that period. Maker unknown Gypsy Wagon 1981-34.1 (40-W-46) Gift of Mr. Nelson S. Mead
Susan and I take the Chuck Wagon to the Western National Fire Lookout Conference located at the Big Bear Visitor Center in the San Bernardino National Forest, California. This is the full setup as it is now. We keep adding more and more stuff. The wagon was once owned by the legendary cowboy Montie Montana. The wagon has been in a few movies, so look for a wagon with yellow wheels as that is one feature that sets ours apart from the others.
chuck wagon wheels
In 1850, Temperance Peabody, age 32, is a plain yet beautiful woman who has yet to know the thrill of romantic love. Raised in the Oregon territory where her parents established a strict religious colony, she was never allowed to have a suitor but now longs to have a family of her own.
After her parents die and a cholera epidemic wracks the colony, Temperance feels called by God to take the surviving orphaned children back East to their extended families. But the only man available to accompany her on the dangerous journey is Thaddeus Brennan, a hard-edged drifter with good reasons of his own to get out of town.
Despite the mismatch of Temperance’s purity with Thad’s hot temper, heavy drinking, and distaste for kids, the intensities of their trek help the two find common ground, perhaps enough on which to build a lasting relationship. But life and love are unpredictable. And when another man and woman join the journey, and a shock awaits two of the orphans, this hearty story of faith and new desires duly follows.