That’s been the agitated and snide response to our ever-so-frequent comments of similar connation.
“Where’s that high-dollar bridle?” “They sure have a high-dollar trailer?” “That’s one high-dollar saddle.” “We need a sack of that high-dollar feed?”
Importance of those two words can’t be stressed enough. And, we’ve raved about that in the past, seemingly to no avail, because we don’t hear it said any more frequently, wherever we are.
But, with Thanksgiving Day this week, the important words come to our mind again. As the seasons slip upon us, we don’t comment like some might think we should. Yet, there are no holidays, or seasons, that have missed our review, at some point. Continue reading →
No horses showed up, but conversation and all other doings centered on them.
It was the first Flint Hills Cowboy Gathering recently at Alma.
Brainchild of some participating in the first Kansas Cowboy Poetry Contest earlier this year, the two-day affair was loosely patterned after the annual National Cowboy Poetry Gathering each winter in Elko, Nevada Continue reading →
How many college kids can make $28,300 for two days’ work?
Many are happy for the opportunity of “flippin’ a few burgers,” as the saying goes, just to have enough to skimp by.
And, Collin Domer might feel the financial hardships of being a university student sometimes, too. Continue reading →
Computers don’t like coffee.
There is no question about that.
Of our addictions, coffee comes right after horses. We like coffee. Continue reading →
It’s time to rest.
A deserved break is necessary for both horse and cowgirl.
After 10 months of hitting the rodeo trail, Jeanne Anderson and Fire Bug are taking it easy now at home on the ranch near White City. Continue reading →