Georgianna “Coyote” Kepler was born on Bull Run Ridge, named after Chief Bull Run, a Native American tribe who lived in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee where my ancestors were pioneers.
It was there I came to love animals, mountains, creeks, and the fairies in the woods.
My program is about fairy tales, adventures, comedy and the music of those times through the decades to the present.
A fond memory is going up the valley over the ice covered dirt roads in our sleigh with snow flakes on my face! My black Tennessee Walking Horse pulled our sleigh and buggy.
Grandfather taught me how to farm and use hand tools. I learned to weld horse shoes and fireplace shovels in the blacksmith shed. When I was eight I drove our tractor.
The fireflies were so abundant they lit up the darkness, Whipoorwills sang all night, while hounds were howling chasing foxes through the mountains.
Pink and white dogwood and brilliant red Maple tress speckled the landscape.
I loved getting rained on in the heat of summer when frequent thunderstorms cooled the earth and air!
I still play in the rain and commune with the fairies in our truly wonderous world.