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Bareback Riding

  • Bareback riding is often associated with the early Native Americans, particularly the Comanche, Plains Indians, and the Nez Perce tribes.
  • Riding without a formal saddle requires a great deal of practice, skill, balance, coordination, and courage.
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Quanah Parker, Comanche Chief

Quanah Parker: Son of Cynthia Ann Parker and the Last Comanche Chief to Surrender. 1,751 more words

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Teepees Near the Vereinskirche

It’s three weeks past now that we had Native Americans here in Fredericksburg for the “Honoring the Past” weekend in celebration of the one and only t… 558 more words


9 months~Mother's Day

Wow! Time sure is flying by and I can’t seem to keep up! May was a busy month. Elder brown was transferred to Lubbock Texas and we were able to spend a couple hours of the phone with him for Mother’s Day! 3,343 more words

guns and fences under the sky

my campfire can be seen for miles
signal to prey and predator alike
and in the old days some Apaches would
come and take me if not the Comanche… 174 more words


Why Worry?

Last we talked, I spoke of the tales of Hyde and how he was in dire straits. There was no “money for nothing”, nor were there “chicks for free”, Hyde was in trouble. 306 more words

The Last of the Comanche

May 7, 2017 by Patrick Starks

Pallaton stood in silence as roar of men spilled out with anger around him. He remained silent, still, nose pointed to his feet, with hair as long as a pure-bred stallion. 1,282 more words