SHOOTIN’ THE BREEZE, COWBOY STYLE

shooting-the-breezeWhen two or three working cowboys cross trails somewhere out in the real West’s wonderful vastness, several occurrences happen after the first howdy.

They’ll pile off their favorite cow-horses, hunker down, exchange talk of beef prices and then … something will remind one or the other of a funny episode happening to either a friend or themselves (most cattlemen tend to look on the sunny side of life). Now readers can join those chance get-togethers, for no matter where they crack the 200-plus pages of this jovial roundup of 50 short and sassy tales, they’ll find laughs in abundance.

 

 

—William Garwood


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