The life of Frances Nunnery reads like a female version of Indiana Jones! Her intrepid spirit is indomitable and she fearlessly takes on whatever task or project needs to done. She works in factories, escapes an abusive husband with her baby, takes flying lessons in the 20's from a young pilot named Lindbergh, builds her own houses, drives cattle, works heavy farm machinery, owns and operates several ranches and last but not least learned to play the saxophone and sing the blues in a roadhouse to support herself and her child. She is the very embodiment of ingenuity and survival. In all my reading I have never read about a more self-reliant, responsible, ingenious woman!
She holds the bar high for all women.