Norton lights up the screen, creating a complex cowpoke
lost in every sense of the word, while Wood conveys every bit of the adamant certainty and aching vulnerability inherent in late adolescence.
Co-chairs Malora Shaw and Doug Luckett rounded up cloggers, cowpoke
games and stick horse races to set the Wild West scene, and the tastebud-ticklin' spread from Morton's included Fool's Gold Chicken Fried Steak and Claim-jumping Crispy Pork Ribs.
That time the old cowpoke
fixed the wire fence on the South 40 using the butt as a hammer is, well, history.
Lauren's final word, float, has fooled many a cowpoke
who missed that silent a hiding in the sagebrush at the side of the trail.
He borrowed $400 against his white Volkswagen Beetle to purchase his first cable television system in 1967 and regularly braved mountain temperatures to plant poles in Georgetown, Leadville and Idaho Springs as the head of a company he first called Cowpoke
Wyatt Earp: A Life on the Frontier seems right at home at Anchorage, Alaska's Eccentric Theatre Company, and the same might be said for the cowpoke
The purchaser of the SUV might get to feel like a suburban cowpoke
, but everyone else gets less space on the road, more brutal crashes, and tighter gas supplies as well.
Last month, I listed the wrong telephone number for American Western Arms ("Profiting From The Cowpoke
When it was found the west had to be won, some buck skinned cowpoke
cut off that flap and the first of the, dare we say, "modern" generation of holsters was born--the Slim Jim.
At age 11, Michael isn't yet allowed to toss the calf down like a professional wrangler, but as he walks away there's a cowpoke
swagger to his walk that doesn't go unnoticed by some nearby girls.
I asked a cowpoke
for directions while he was holding a lamb
As many a starry-eyed young cowpoke
soon discovered, there was little romance to the real thing - although perhaps more than in today's rumbling ride of a few hours up interstate highways in a tractor-trailer rig.