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“As I read of Ron's experiences as a horseshoer, my own personal catastrophes kept popping up. It was such a good story that I filmed it for my television program. The book was great, but Ron never answered the eternal question, ‘Why do some people become horseshoers?’ For myself, I can only explain it by asking, ‘Why do some dogs chase cars?’”—Baxter Black, Cowboy Poet, Former Large Animal Veterinarian, and part-time horseshoer
RON TATUM has been shoeing horses for almost forty years. After graduating from the University of California, Berkeley, he entered the Marine Corps. Somewhere along the way, he became a Presbyterian minister, a juvenile probation officer, a drug/alcohol counselor, a high school wrestling coach, and a college dean and professor.
A wonderful book full of insight and personal experiences. I loved it!Published 2 months ago by Victoria Tatum
... into being present with the task at hand and those in the periphery, simultaneously. Reading "Confessions" was like taking a gentle journey with an old friend.Published 6 months ago by Julie
I got this book in audiobook format and the reader (who was not the author) did not appeal to me. But this review is about the content. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Epona