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Cowgirl Sass and Savvy (revisited) Dirt roads, rough hands and sweat-soaked Stetsons

I have lived down a dirt road most of my life. It is a world unto itself no matter what decade it is. Weeks are without weekends as everyday is the same. Me too. There is nothing more relaxing than … Continue reading

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Women Of The Land

And nowhere does that river of true cowgirl spirit flow more deeply and more true than through the veins of the mother-and-daughter matriarchs of the legendary Four Sixes   Anne Burnett Windfohr Marion.     By Susan L. Ebert at … Continue reading

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Cowgirls’ glory days on exhibit

Before you start reading, scroll down and turn on the background music: George Strait’s “How Bout them Cowgirls.” — jtl, 419 By Kitty Bottemiller via Green Valley News One of several photographs in the exhibit is this group shot taken … Continue reading

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100 Pounds | Lady Bronc Riders

 With a few exceptions (many of which I am proud to say I know) it looks like the gals today are a lot like the guys of today–they just don’t make ’em like they used to. — jtl Adrian Buckaroogirl … Continue reading

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