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'Warmed by Windchill' at Barnes & Noble

Created: 11/19/2013 8:17 AM WDIO.com

Jeffrey Tucker stopped by the show on Tuesday to share an amazing story with us, that some of you might remember.

Jeffrey rescued a nearly frozen, severely malnourished colt, abandoned in a South Range pasture during the winter of 2008. He blogged about that experience, and kept people who were glued to their computers around the world updated as the rescue team nursed the horse, named Windchilll, back to health.

Now, Jeffrey has written a book, and he will be signing "Warmed by Windchill" at Barnes & Noble in Duluth on Saturday, November 23rd at 1:00 PM. The proceeds from the book will go toward the Windchill Legacy, a local nonprofit dedicated to preventing equine neglect.

If you'd like to learn more about the book, you can head to the University of Wisconsin Press' website.

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