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Cowboys and Indians~by rldubour

Cowboys and Indians

Our favorite past time when we were young, was to play war games.

We would split up into groups and pick some famous names. 183 more words

Poetry

Cowboys and Indians

In 1847, it was the Cayuse on the ridgeline, with the lightning flaring from their appaloosa’s eyes and their water monsters painted on their bodies, and early American settlers on the flats below. 20 more words

Water

Out Where the West Begins

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Out where the handclasp’s a little stronger,
Out where the smile dwells a little longer,
That’s where the West begins;
Out where the sun is a little brighter, 137 more words

Heros

A Cattle Range At Night

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The prairie zephyrs have dropped to rest,
And the dust-clouds settle down;
The sun dips low in the golden west,
O’er the mesa bare and brown. 198 more words

Heros

Playing Cowboys and Indians

Who remembers playing “Cowboys and Indians” and copying the old western movies as a kid?

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Elf On The Shelf

Playing Annie Oakley

When my sister was small enough to fit into a suitcase, we were all playing with guns. Not real guns, of course, but guns just the same. 373 more words

Outdoor Activities

The Son - Book Review

We are still in historical fiction land, but we are leaving behind the French Court and heading west – like, really west. So join me for the next few minutes as we hit up my home state (the great state of Texas) and talk about cowboys and Comanche Indians, oil tycoons, ranchers, and a family with some serious ambition. 818 more words

Book Reviews