Sites dedicated to the cowboy way of life. For homepages of self-proclaimed cowboys, information about cowboy groups and the lifestyle. Magazines Museums Poetry Webrings
A tribute to the culture and craft of western cowboy bootmaking and bootmakers. Includes message board, legend and lore, boot gallery, and a directory of boot makers.
Features stories, cowboy folklore, photographs, western gear, chuckwagon and Dutch oven cooking, horses, and the western lifestyle.
Perspective of the cowboy way of life with poetry, photos, graphics, music and links.
Little known facts about cowboy life, western legends, Native Americans and short biographical sketches about western characters.
Dedicated to the donkey and the mule. Mule events, mule recipes, cowboy art, sale barn, trail rides, wild horses, Right-To-Carry (firearm) facts, mule training, and manners.
A pictorial essay documenting contemporary cowboys who live a simple life, unchanged by our modern world. Photographer Kendall Nelson and author Felicitas Funke-Riehle journey through Nevada, Idaho, Wyoming, Oregon and Texas.
Annual event in Lubbock, Texas, focused on ranching, cowboys and the western way of life. Schedules and reports of past events.
Cowboy poets and balladeers who travel the Midwest. Illustrated biographies of Allen D. Bailey, Keith Downer, Don Eves, Randy Fisher and Leonard Hitz.
A source of information on markets, software, services, ranch management, seedstock, and equipment.
Cowboy entertainer. Show includes cowboy humor, poetry, and old cowboy songs; booking information.
Gary McMahan is a nationally recognized cowboy poet, songwriter, entertainer, storyteller and humorist.
Perpetuating the varied traditions of the American West. Includes information on exhibits, events and membership benefits.
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