Richard Brothers is a retired "fulltimer" with his wife Candy and their four legged companions Ellie, Beans and Frankie, wandering America in their RV. They spent the 2014 winter in New Mexico, Death Valley CA. and Utah, the spring and summer of 2015 in the Black Hills of South Dakota,then wintered in coastal Oregon and Northern California until March 2016. From March 2016 until October 2017 they lived and worked at The Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary just south of Hot Springs SD, where they helped care for more than 700 wild mustangs who are living out their lives in peace on 11,000 acres. They are currently wintering in their home state of VA and are building a home at the base of the Shenandoah mountains.
Rick studied creative writing at the University of Nebraska in Omaha, and Hispanic and Native American Cultures at Arizona State University.
He has published in Fine Lines, a literary journal and served as the editor of Old Town Guide in Omaha Nebraska. He has traveled and lived worldwide for more than 40 years, including extended periods of time in Mexico.
You may contact him directly at firstname.lastname@example.org