A weekend of cameras, near-nudity and dirty laundry.
“I hate to be a bother, but there is a hole in our roof.”
We’ve moved to cowpuncher territory!
When the going gets tough, it’s the love of and for a good man that keeps me out here in the West.
The cowboy lifestyle continues in the Great Basin.
I am so excited about the 2017 Buckaroo Country calendar! Mary Williams Hyde and I so enjoy looking back on our photographs and picking out our favorite images to share with all of you for the coming year. It’s hard to pick just 12, though – each picture brings up unique memories for us andContinue reading “Calendar Craze”
Sage advice from the sagebrush.
We went camping with the cowboys and kids at Dry Creek. Nobody got snake bit or heat stroke, so we’re counting it a success.
In articles about the differences in clothing and gear used by cowboys in different regions, the buckaroo is usually portrayed as a caricature from the 1980s. Modern-day buckaroos no longer wear snap-brim hats and thrift-store coats unless they find a wicked good deal on a Cabela’s cast off. Tub Blanthorn (left) is indisputably one ofContinue reading “Portrait Of A Modern-Day Buckaroo”
…you better get used to dirt. Lots and lots of dirt. There will be dirt on your floors, tracked in by cowboy boots and blown through invisible cracks in the seals around your windows and doors. Dirt will be caked onto his jeans heaped in the laundry room, and large quantities will be washed downContinue reading “If You’re Gonna Marry A Cowboy…”