Grinders Gulch

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Buck was an easy going man. He never could understand why all the women were afraid of him. It couldn’t be he stood almost seven feet tall and weighed over three hundred pounds
He was born with a silver spoon in his mouth. The ranch he owned was about ten thousand acres and to top it off he had producing oil wells on it. All this came to him when his mother and father retired to Florida. Buck loved it most of the time. It was those times though when he had so many hands he didn't have anything to do. He went out during the day to ride fence rows just to have something to do.
It was one of those mornings when his world changed. A little red sports car pulled up to him to ask directions. A young blond girl got out wearing a pair of short shorts and heels. Buck about fell off his horse when he saw her. He broke out in a sweat and his throat went dry. Jill looked up at him. He was one hell of a big cowboy and she didn't know whether to approach him or get in her car and take off.
She felt a strange electricity between them. It was evident that he felt it to. She stammered trying to gain her composure.

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