A Prophet with Antlers

A Prophet With Antlers, a true story that took place in 1956 Arizona. This true story took place in 1956 Arizona. It deals with a rancher and cowboy dilemma then and now. There is no solution to this problem, but this antlered friend of mine had his own ideas about escaping life’s intrusions.  You may…

So blessed

I only want to get my words out.  I have so many stories to share. I’ve had a life full of adventure and excitement.  I was blessed to always be out among some of the most beautiful places God has created!  Doing things that are near unimaginable to 85% of my readers.  I want them to…

Slewfoot the Black Bear

Slewfoot The Black Bear The paw tracks were always recognizable. They belonged to Slewfoot. This bear had been hunted for years because of his supposed trophy size, plus his claws and pelt. Long ago he had been caught in a trap which severely damaged a front paw as he twisted his way free. This made…

Arizona Cowboy

Arizona cowboy…   who dallies his caught cattle when roping. Texans TIE their ropes, hard & fast, to their saddle-horns. We Arizonans Dally-Whelter, or wrap, their lariat rope around and around our saddle-horn. Texans really object to that method.

A long healthy life

I have trained young horses most all of my life. Many years it was, many horses and everyday! Often I rode 10-15 fractious horses for days on end. This amounted to years of being regularly startled by their explosive actions to get me off … or being frightened by something else, themselves. These yearly, constant…

Drat the Luk

Here is a photo of me taking a bit of rest! Something I’d often do around the Noon hour to give my horse a rest after we rode and checked cattle since 7 A.M. that morning..   Things couldn’t be more peaceful and the afternoon will hopefully be the same… Hopefully without him trying to…

Oh so busy

I’m busy with a lot of chores because I have three personal horses, brought from the Arizona ranch, a bunch of Goats I made pets out of, one stray Kat  I raised on an eye-dropper, an Aviary I built, with four parrots, AND, give-or-take nine dogs.  Why not? I have nothing else to do. Right?