By Ron Petrie (Regina Leader-Post Humour Columnist)
Illustrated by Guy Laird
What's the most important thing to remember when making pepper steak? Can a man ever possibly accomplish the task of changing all three diapers of his triplets in one evening? What is the perfect age to learn how to drive in Saskatchewan? Can a person actually lose weight on a mini-Oh Henry Halloween diet? And is it possible to attend the Grey Cup in Regina and not end up loving everybody?
Running of the Buffalo is a hilarious collection of 70 columns written by the late Ron Petrie, humour columnist for the Regina Leader-Post. Knowing diddly doots about many things, Ron spent 20 years poking fun at relationships, sex, sports, parenthood, aging and all things related to growing up in Saskatchewan. A man for all seasons, outstanding in his field, Ron Petrie’s unique view of the world will make you giggle, guffaw, chortle and snort.
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