From New Photos and Recent Additions
Who I Want to go Home With
Comments: ... good country music from Amarillo and Abilene ... Oh, and I realize that, correctly, it should be "With whom I want to go home," but that doesn't work with the Gary P. Nunn lyrics. :)Location: Rockne
Wondering If She's Here
Searching for someone at the dance. Terlingua
From All My Images of Texas
Location: San Antonio
Title: Themselves and their Slow-Moving Dreams
Comments: After we castrate a calf we cut a notch in its ear so we can see from a distance that he has been fixed.
From The Texas of Myth and Memory
Time to Cowboy Up!
After the cowboys castrate a calf on the Jackson Ranch, they cut a good-sized notch in its ear to indicate that he's been fixed. That way they can tell from a distance that the calf has been castrated.
Cowboy hats and lariat.
Title: I Hear It's a Nice Place
Comments: They have luxury accommodations for both you and your horse.
My Texas Toast to You:
May your belly never grumble
May your heart sometimes ache
May your horse never stumble
And your bridle never break.
May sunshine waltz beside you
May your pricklies mostly pear
May your friends be ever true,
Your troubles brief and rare.
May your cattle always low
across the valley deep
may peace be all you know
in the Texas of your sleep.
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Heart Bigger Than Texas
In his early 80s, cowboy M. Vann still works the ranch every day. One of the finest gentlemen I've had the pleasure to meet in my travels.
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