John Homer Woolsey (Jack) was born on July 14, 1923 in San Francisco. He moved to Woodland California when he was ten and he attended Woodland High School.
Jack’s college studies at U.C. Berkeley were interrupted when America was brought into the war following Pearl Harbor in December 1941. He enlisted in the Army Air Corps and on April 2, 1943, at the age of nineteen Jack left his family, his devoted dog, Toots, and his horses Koli and Lady.
He flew 35 missions over Germany as a Liberator navigator and then returned stateside to begin pilot training when the war ended. He was discharged in October 1945.
Jack wrote to his family on most Sundays. Each letter was preserved in an album by his father. These letters describe his initiation into army life, his basic and navigational training at various camps and reflect his thoughts and personal experiences along the way. Like many men away from home, he loved his packages of food and news from his hometown and family. Continue Reading
Rebecca Harper is a recent graduate of veterinary school. She leaves her husband and three-year-old daughter to visit a veterinary clinic for potential work and eventual purchase. Maggie never returns. Caught in a time warp, she travels back to the 1800s, when her favorite Western television show was filmed.
This cannot be happening. How did she arrive, and how can she get back to her time and family? Feeling alone and lost, Rebecca begins the search for a portal back to her time. Along the way, Rebecca meets fictional and actual historical characters of the 1800s.
And that is just book 1! What happens to her and the family she left behind are the subjects of the following three books.