"Sue, I driven through Verdi many times and dont recall seeing green hills. Maybe it might be because there are a few trees there.
Sam,I enjoy your posts. Being a Californian I forget that about pioneer history exists north of us. Help this western…"
"Lots of good channel cat in there too. I saw the cub on a branch of Palo Pinto Lake back in the '70s. I was deer hunting from a stand & probably missed a dozen shootable bucks while glassing that bear. It was playing in…"
I don't know if it's a story or not but as a living historian with the Arizona State Historical Society I prortray any of three different characters that were significant in Early Arizona's cowboy culture: the 1750 Spanish Colonial Vaquero, the 1850 Mexican cowboy, or the 1890 American cowboy. Allen took this photo at an event where I was a Mexican cowboy.