It had been two years since James Jolly had returned to Missouri. He'd not gone far into the state before he randomly selected an acreage just outside of Mountain View, Missouri. It was a hidden and beautiful slice of woods and farm land where he knew no one and no one knew him. And like the town's name said, it did have a view of the mountains, although not nearly as majestic, high, or grand as the mountain views in Colorado or other places. But it was now home. And that was all that mattered.
Award-winning author and poet L. Glen Enloe has written many poems and claims writing a Western is new territory for him, yet when you listen to The Six Jolly Cowboys, you'll find he is no stranger to this genre.