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Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Cowboy Sign



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  1. I have an inner cowboy, you know.

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    1. Birdman, don't put your inner cowboy on a pedestal.

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  2. Howdy pardner! That sure enuf would git one's attenshun! Shore as cows come home at nite!

    I reckon that one cowboy's jest a little high!

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    1. These are two different cowboys, but they must be twins as they look very much alike.

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  3. This so cool. No room for tender foots here.

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    1. Cowboys can be tough individuals, but they are always quick to lend a hand to others.

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  4. Love Cowboy stories.

    Please have a good Thursday.


    daily athens photo

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  5. I wonder if he knows this Big Indian? http://elfritze.blogspot.com/search/label/Freeport

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    1. They may have known each other, but not sure if they got along. Cowboys and Indians are not traditional friends.

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  6. Where was the picture taken? (I've forgotten where you live.) We lived near Lakeview Oregon in the 1960s and there was a big cowboy sign at its city limits (the town is a mile high in altitude and the cowboy was called the mile high cowboy (the high cowboy, now there's a '60s concept!)

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    1. Both cowboy signs were taken in Watertown, SD in front of two different gas stations. Don't know about "high" cowboys.

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  7. Yihaaaaa! My father loves the wild, wild west type of movies with cowboys and all...

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  8. I believe I met this cowboy during a trip to Texas last year.

    Great Photos.

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  9. Cool. They have a cousin in Dallas, Big Tex.

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    1. Big Tex must be these cowboys larger cousin, and Big Tex must be about ten years older.

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  10. That is a mighty fine welcome!

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