Strange Times in Yeehaw Junction


A road trip turns into one helluva life trip for friends Thomas and Lee as they inadvertently enter a mysterious Florida town called Yeehaw Junction, which shall not be ignored.

Crazy doesn’t quite cover these adventures, as the book’s tagline attests: A Bizarre Journey Born of Unforeseen Circumstances and Unfortunate Decision.


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The line between sanity and being just flat-out nuts is indeed a thin one.

Best friends, Thomas and Lee, soon discover the indelible reality of that statement as they take to the Florida highways and byways to deliver a treadmill of questionable value to a family member at the behest of Thomas’ mother.

Along the way, Thomas, ever the doubter, and Lee, ever the free spirit, inadvertently pass through a town called Yeehaw Junction . . . and it is here they witness what can only be described as falling through the air in a strange dream: Jell-O wrestling matches, an imaginary dog with a drinking problem, and four hunters on a maniacal quest to bag the elusive Jackalope.

Still, through it all, Thomas and Lee find romance—indeed true love—and a peek into their intrinsic natures, realizing that not everything, including one’s emotions, is as clear it may seem on the surface.

Hop in and come along for the ride to Yeehaw Junction. Don’t forget to bring your gnome!

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Rick Sanders


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Rick SandersRick Sanders earned an MA in Art Education from the University of South Florida, Tampa, in 1985, and has been teaching art ever since. Some time before that he became a professional artist, and long before that he became interested in writing, yet somehow he forgot.

When he was in fifth grade, Rick was the writer, artist, and publisher of Upchuck Magazine. It was a publication of really gross stuff that he created when he actually should have been listening to his teacher. And there was just the one issue. So sad.

Later in life Rick was an Army Intelligence Analyst at the NSA. He was the writer, artist, editor, and publisher of Zoomie/Grunt, a magazine which satired many aspects of military life and the national security initiative during the late seventies. He did this while protecting us from the Commie threat. This rag was much more popular than Upchuck Magazine, but it ended when his enlistment was over. Again, so sad.

Rick retired from Education in June, 2013, and put his paint brushes up long enough to complete his first novel.

They say the third time’s a charm.