Kathleen Graham-Gandy is a retired banker who has always had the desire to write. She has had scores of articles published throughout the years. She is a volunteer in civic organizations and her community. She loves going into local schools to share with students about history in her local area. Graham-Gandy is the author of three books: “Shock Therapy! Building a Power Line with a Blonde Groundman," “One Man’s Vision…One County’s Reward, How the life of James H. Stribling Affected His Fellow Man," and “Mount Pleasant’s 100 South Main Street.” She and her husband, Charles, make their home in Middle Tennessee.
“Shock Therapy!” veers from her normal historical writings to one of ‘history in the making’ as she and her husband embark upon an adventure that human tolerance could not normally endure. When they retired in 1999, and moved from Bowling Green, Kentucky back home to Tennessee, they built their own power line and little cabin in the woods. And, through divine intervention and sheer perseverance, the mission was accomplished.
Shock Therapy! Building a Power Line with a BLONDE Groundman
by Kathleen Graham-Gandy
“Shock Therapy! Building a Power Line with a BLONDE Groundman”. Charley’s life-long dream was to build his own cross-country power line, and cabin. The question is: Was it Kathy’s dream, too? Read this humorous tale of the mishaps, and the joys, that this couple faced when they tackled the challenges that awaited them in the woods on Charley’s home place.
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