Kristen Carrico
May 24, 2019

Wild Flower Girl


8 min read

Born to love the richness and magic of the wilds, Dana rode horses and learned to fly fish from her father, a legendary guide. She learned the names of flowers and trees, and the habits of animals that lived nearby . . . she knew what forces built the landscape she saw from her bedroom window, and grew up to find adventure in the wild places of the world.

Hers is truly a beautiful and fascinating story . . .


Upcoming Event:

Reading with “Wildflower Girl” author Dana Stewart Quinney

June 11 @ 6:00 pm7:30 pm

The Community Library in Ketchum


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