These were given to us when Maria's ma died. She was born and raised on a horse ranch down in Columbia, the one past Mexico in South America.I'd like to know how old these are, what they are called…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by C. F. 'Charley' Eckhardt on Tuesday.
It's so minor but it is an error. On page 35, lower left hand corner insert tittled "Warm Springs Apache Woman". Lozen is the third from right in the top row not in the bottom row as stated. The…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Mundo Osterberg Apr 5.
While Bob's out of town I feel I'm, "Second in Command", on this forum and try to ram-rod as many special projects as I can before he get's back. One that is really dear to me is my hometown of…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Dirtrider Apr 4.
I had the pleasure of driving a load of kids the other day and as the young nimrods were running for the car they began screaming, "SHOTGUN!". Once the winning shotgun rider was established next to me I asked what does it mean when they want the shotgun seat? They all blirted out it meant to ride next to the driver. So I asked, "Why a shotgun, why not a Uzi or a Mac-10 or the lovable AR-15?". They all gave me the same look,"because it's a SHOTGUN!", was the response and they all went back…Continue
Posted on February 27, 2013 at 10:53am — 17 Comments
Our guru of all things cool and western is having a birthday. Once you've turned 21, it's all a barrel race from there to wherever you're at now. Bob cheated death when he thought he'd check out doing a bitchen' set in his hometown. Bob is what's good about our history.
Posted on December 15, 2012 at 6:39pm — 18 Comments
I was up at my Pa's house in Fountain Hills for Thanksgiving and low and behold I spy the new issue of Phoenix magazine with the title Wild West and some hardcase cowpokes…Continue
Posted on November 24, 2012 at 7:06am — 1 Comment
It's Halloween, do you want to hear a scary story?
I've told this story on this forum a few years back, but being this is the season for all things spooky, here's my condensed version.
My late grandparents, Orpha and Charlie Shelton, loved to hunt and fish on both the San Carlos and White Mountain Indian Reservations. Being they lived in Miami, it was in there backyard, so to speak. Growing up I spent a fair amount of time there too. The first fish I caught was at San…Continue
Posted on October 31, 2012 at 3:33pm — 6 Comments