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A Man’s Business is His Own

Posted by on Apr 3, 2020

There were no strangers in cow camp. Everybody was welcome. Old trail drivers write about their memories of eating beans and sourdoughs...

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Spotted Pup on the Cow Trail

Posted by on Mar 27, 2020

“Cowpunchers took just what they got–sowbelly, beans and the ol’ coffeepot.”H. H. Knibbs, Trail Driver The cowboy...

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Texas Beef & What Cowboys Do

Posted by on Mar 20, 2020

Visitors from Pennsylvania once asked my husband, “Are cowboys real, or just a myth?” The answer is yes! Cowboys and cowgirls are not...

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Sheepherder Plazitas, ca. 1875

Posted by on Mar 13, 2020

The northwestern region of Texas, known as the Panhandle, is cut in half by the Canadian River creating the North and South Plains....

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“KEEP ‘EM FULL” Story behind the Photos

Posted by on Mar 6, 2020

“A man who has had a hand in the work and eaten chuck wagon food, while sitting on a pail, is not quite the same person again. He...

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