Joined 10 years ago from Wisconsin
Kathleen has been a freelance writer since 1999 and writes from southern Wisconsin. Her work has appeared in Doll World Magazine, Apolloslyre.com, The Lake County Journals, Trails.com; USA Today (travel), Livestrong.com (lifestyle), Essortment, eHow and Answerbag.She is also the author of two novels, Head Case and its sequel Whiplash, and has short stories published in the Secrets: Fact or Fiction I & II anthologies.
Certain she was born in the wrong era, it’s not unusual to find Kathleen scoping out museums and historic sites just for fun. An avid music lover, she once worked as a local band's live stage photographer and merchandise girl. She is a life-long animal lover and advocate, book junkie and sports fan.
2 years ago
People love to include their canine family members in many activities, and camping is no exception. Be sure you are prepared before your trip so you and other campers can have a pleasant experience.
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