A curiously fun collection of poetry and other wonderful readings that take the reader on a wonderfully Cowboy style trip through time.
It's a must have for any lover of Cowboy poetry, or for anyone who appreciates the simpler way of living...if you can actually call it that.
A sample of what you would find from author D.J. Badger:
You might think that winter'd be anguish,
To an old grouchy cowpoke like me.
You might think that I'd dread bein' homebound,
Jest feedin' them cows don' cha see.
But spring on a clear sunny morning
When the buds are beginning to pop
Is the time I itch for the saddle
And a mountain to climb to the top.
(see page 46 of the book for the rest)
Issued in 5.5 x 8.5 inch softcover format, 108 pages, illustrations by Cheryl Hawes and Peggy Hazelbaker and includes a song titled, "Cowboy Bill," with the sheet music included on page 90, music and words written by D.J. Badger.
ISBN -- 0-9646966-1-4 -- How to Mount a Horse -- $9.95