Want to identify a book I loved as a kid in the 50's. I think it involved 2 kids, a boy and a girl, who spent some time on ranches in Montana and New Mexico. There were lots of illustrations of horse tack and cowboy gear. I think it may have been about 9"x12". That is really all I can remember. If you can think of anything even close, I will happily explore all suggestions,
Should I include a very realistic looking gun as part of my halloween costume when I go to a party that will be primarily for children? [more inside]
Ok, I read this book as a kid even though it was not a kid's book. I assume it's a bit obscure. It's a western (I guess?) In that it's set in the desert with a cowboy, but it's not a cowboy book. The story, from what I remember, involves an old, frail but strong cow who has just given birth and her stand-off to death with an old, frail but strong mother wolf or coyote and her cubs in the desert. [more inside]
Hello, I am working on a photography project --hoping to profile a few modern day cowboy bounty men who operate in the West (preferably find people off the beaten path) and who have a strong "cowboy look". Thank you in advance for your help...
Need help shaping a cowboy hat. [more inside]
Asking for a dear friend who lost some beloved footwear over the course of a move: Where in New York City do you go to get a nice pair of cowboy boots?
Where can I buy cool cowboy boots in Los Angeles? [more inside]
What was this trippy, cowboy-themed weekend morning TV show I used to watch in Brooklyn in the early 1990s? [more inside]
Where can I get my cowboy on in Southern California? [more inside]
Cowboy Halloween costume on the cheap [more inside]
Recommendations of anime with identifiable/relatable characters? [more inside]
Back in the mid 90s I and a friend were up at 4am and saw a comedy so gloriously quirky we couldn't believe we were watching it. It was on TNT or another network that broadcasts back to back B-movies. [more inside]
I need some raunchy ballads and bar songs to play at a Western-themed party. [more inside]
If you enjoy Louis L'amour, what other authors are you likely to enjoy? [more inside]
Where can I find an inexpensive men's straw hat like the kind you can find in many Central American markets?
Where can I find an inexpensive men's straw hat like the kind you can find in many Central American markets? [more inside]
Name your favorite cowboy and western-themed comics. [more inside]
I'm looking for examples from literature, comic books, film, and other media, in which a character, for no clear reason (or unexpectedly), is a cowboy. [more inside]
What are some good names for a zombie cowboy? [more inside]
What are some good songs for an Italian / cowboy playlist? [more inside]
WWGPS? (Where Would Gram Parsons shop) [more inside]
Anyone know anything about yodeling cowboy music? [more inside]
Where in NYC can I buy a cheap, used cowboy hat. Nothing nice at all, just something. If convenient to the upper west side, all the better. Mostly I'm just looking for a place I can go and more likely than not actually find one.
Where can I buy a giant foam cowboy hat in the Toronto area? [more inside]
Cowboy Music: I want to learn more about it. [more inside]
Any ideas for cowboy and country-and-western themed places in London, UK? [more inside]
Looking for old westerns with a scene where cowboys have to surrender their guns to the sheriff in order to enter the town, or on their way into an event. [more inside]
Were John Wayne and Ronald Reagan friends? [more inside]
There's a western from probably the mid to early 70's. I don't remember much except that the main cowboy character ate entire raw onions as a way to prove how badass he was. There was also a scene where he was stuck in the desert with some woman I think. Does anyone know what movie this was?
How about recommending some songs like "Everybody's Talkin' at Me" from Midnight Cowboy? I explain more inside. [more inside]
CowboyPoetryFilter: identify a poem whose every verse ended in the word buckaroo. [more inside]