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The Wand, October 1992 - Page 5. October 1992. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 27, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/673/show/668.

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Title The Wand, October 1992
Publisher Womynspace
Date October 1992
Description Vol. 9 No. 10. On some pages, comic strips have been digitally obscured to protect owner's copyright.
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  • Lesbians--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
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Transcript THE SWEETHEARTS OF DESERT HEARTS COWGIRL CLUB by Dorothy W. Leanne (standing on the left) and Jeanne (perched on the fence) Beauxbeannes are at the heart of the Desert Hearts Cowgirl club concept. These are the women who envisioned the creation of a 700 acre women's guest ranch in the hill country 40 miles Northwest of San Antonio. These are the women who plan to own and operate this guest house and ranch. These are the women who are gathering the strengh, capital, and enthusiasm of our community behind them to make this wonderful place a reality. So who are these women? Who are these Beauxbeannes? Well, to start with, the first thing they will tell you is that they are not sisters (except maybe in the broadest sense of the word). The Beauxbeannes have been in a committed relationship for 12 years, have owned land together for 10 years, and have been business partners for 7 years. After this tabulation Jeanne adds, "Now you know you have to put up with a few things for this to work!" "We balance each others strenghs and weaknesses. We work well together.", Leanne says . I asked them about their current business, Women at Work, an indoor/outdoor maintance service with a heavy emphasis on landscaping. The business is located in Matagorda county, just outside of Bay City. "We work for the elite of Bay City and we are out lesbians there," says Leanne, "and we take care of every aspect of our service business." Jeanne apparently keeps the records of all transactions, including bills, business expenses, and accounts. So why an all women's ranch in the hill country? They sigh. They love the outdoors, horses, the wildlife, and the hill country vistas. They have lived on and taken care of their own land for ten years. Both of them have been interested in horseback riding since girlhood and for the last 4-5 years have they have been spending vacation time on various guest ranches in the Bandara, Texas area. Jeanne explained to me that an all women's ranch would have certain advantages. Even women who feel somewhat intimidated by horses might feel comfortable with gentle horses and a woman rangier who was sensitive to their concerns, Th Club wi eluded it all, do not riding. include trails, graphy, (small reading books h allread lodging Tubing tions a Bandara life ar I hear e Deser 11 also place t even f care to Other nature bird w swimmi spring- on the ave bee y) . Me will b and tou re pres and a ea is 1 there i t Heart be a n o get a or thos go hor activi walks, atching ng and fed lak porch n donat als as e provi rist at ent in Nationa ocated s a gol Cowgirl ice se- way from e who seback ties hiking , photo- fishing e) or (many ed well as ded. trac- nearby 1 Wild- close-by ■ f course not to far away as well... For details write: BESEHT HEARTS C0W0IRL CLUB c/o Leanne and Jeanne Beauxbeannes Box 472 Bay City, Texas 77414 Beeper: (409) 244-8759 Margie Adam In Concert After a seven-year "Radical's Sabbati- cal," Margie Adam is back. She will be appearing in concert on Saturday, October 24 at 8:00 P.M. at Dudley Hall (in the Fine Arts Building) at the University of Houston The concert is sponsored by Hazelwitch Productions. Margie Adam's music has reemerged with the same insightful quality, as well as a new maturity. She has written twenty new songs. During Margie's seven years of musical silence, she redirected her life. It was a time of personal reflection, what she calls "serious interior design." Margie's first public appearance in seven years was in September 1991, to an invited audience at the Berkeley Piano Club in California. The exchange with her audience was a joyous conspiracy. New songs and classic Margie Adam rippled through the room in welcoming waves of beauty, passion, whimsy, and power. • The Houston concert will be held at Dudley Hall in the University of Houston's Fine Arts Building. Take entrance #16 on Cullen Blvd. (near Elgin) and use Parking Lot 16B. The facility is wheelchair accessible. Tickets are $13.50 in advance and $15.00 at the door. Advance tickets are available at Inklings Bookshop, 1846 Richmond, Houston, 713-521-3369. scRy&rcH & r>Eisrr sax^e Octz . io & 2.1 The popular Scratch & Dent Sale is back. Bring those used books in for trade, or just pick out some bargains, used or dented but never driven over 40 mph. Sale runs noon-6 pm Sat., and noon-3:30 pm Sun., upstairs. P.S. Inklings has been nominated for a Pride Award (Community Business category). Winners will be chosen by you, members of the community. Voting is on Saturday, Oct. 10, from 9 am to 6:30 pm at the Tower Theatre, with awards presented that evening. . ******Thank You ********** The Desert Hearts Cowgirl Club would like to thank Mary Helen Merzbacher. Although Mary Helen is no longer involved in cur accounting, we want to express our appreciation for her help and support during our early months. 1