Ursula lost her first husband, a deputy sheriff, while serving eviction papers. She lived through some lean years and cold winters, but felt a stirring of her heart when a rookie deputy came to gather evidence and take her statement. She juggled the interruptions caused by drug gangs’ interest in taking over the Casimir Pulaski State Forest and the demands of a small farm she owned.
Then a drug gang started hiring dark witches to chase her off, or kill her. That was hard to do. From her great grandmother, she inherited the job to guard the forest. Her powers as a white, or good, witch came in handy for that. In fact, the three Baba Yaga’s preceding her left behind a Book of Shadows. Ursula used the knowledge well and skillfully. Like others in fly over country, she’s determined to do her duty, whether to her family, her community, and to the forest and the critters that lived there. She will tell you what she believes.