Thomas Bullock, a native of Montana, grew up in Great Falls along the banks of the mighty Missouri River taking full advantage of the wide-ranging fishing and hunting venues in the local mountains, rivers and streams.After graduating from the University of Montana Thomas had a fascinating career managing the design of facilities for manufacturing nuclear fuels and nuclear weapon components. Now retired in southern California, he spends his time freelance writing, cruising with his wife Suzie, playing tennis and enjoying his grandchildren.
Tennis Tips for Senior Tennis Hackers provides an amusing compendium of strategies for ageless tennis players with a desire to win at all costs. As age creeps up on dedicated, competitive tennis enthusiasts some may have to resort to more than waning athleticism to achieve a victory over players of similar attributes.
Montana Memories is a series of recollections of the author’s experiences growing up in Montana during the middle of the twentieth century. The nation had recovered from a long depression, fought and won a world war and faced the uncertainties of the Cold War. For young boys it was time of adventure and daring escapades while hunting and fishing in the spectacular Montana venues.
This book provides both historical and geographical insights as to how the shape of the nation and states were created. It describes how the states evolved from colonies, territories and independent republics, such as Texas and California.
Diary of a Cold War Patriot, takes the reader on a fascinating journey through the United State’s nuclear weapons complex with a view from behind the curtain of secrecy that was prevalent for more than forty years during the Cold War.
This book portrays the daring exploits of Siwash, a small Indian boy who displays remarkable courage as he faces daring challenges and also demonstrates wisdom beyond his years in dealing with the cultural differences between the Indians and white settlers