From Ranch to Royalty: Memoirs of a Northern California Cattleman's Daughter (Paperback)
"From Ranch to Royalty, Memoirs of a Northern California Cattleman's Daughter" is the delightful, inspirational autobiography of Pat Simson Arnold. Rich with historical anecdotes of life on the ranch, herding cattle on horseback by age 5, and charming stories of growing up in an era and world unfamiliar to most of us, Pat weaves a thread and sense of destiny throughout her life, meant to inspire faith, hope and love. From the massacre of Little High Rock Canyon to the shores of Hawaii, Pat chronicles the triumphs of following God's plan and call for her life. As of this publishing, this rancher, author, artist and minister's journey of nearly 90 years will spark encouragement in your own life and circumstances. Pat Simson Arnold was born in 1932 in Modoc County, Northern California. Raised on a large ranch she was herding cattle on horseback by age 5. Her writing abounds with the sense of purpose, destiny and calling as she chronicles charming stories of her upbringing, as well as the tragedies and triumphs of her spiritual journey. She is an author, artist and minister residing in Redding, California.