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The Cowboy Times
2018 Vol #2 - May

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From the Editors

Kathy and Mark McMillan

Kathy and Mark McMillan

This issue is mostly a review of the Kamloops Cowboy Festival.

There's quite a bit on the BC Cowboy Hall of Fame inductions from this year and you'll also find the results of the Art of the West Show and Sale, and a follow up on both the student scholarships and the Joe Marten Award presentations.

We've also included short articles about; the up-coming Summer Fair in 100 Mile House where we'll have a booth in the trade show; the next Spirit of the West Cruise where we'll be when the next issue comes out; and a sneak preview of both next year's 100 Mile House Cowboy Concert and the Kamloops Cowboy Festival.

Kathy & Mark McMillan, Editors,   msprings@bcinternet.net


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From the President

Mark McMillan

May 2018, Pres report by Mark McMillan

Well it's been a long drawn out winter but as I write this the sun is shining, its warm outside, and it really does look like it could be spring ... finally!

So first off a huge thanks to the many volunteers, sponsors, vendors, entertainers, and spectators that helped make the 22nd Annual Kamloops Cowboy Festival a huge success. We had virtually no complaints, and tons of praise, which is amazing! Thanks to the Coast Hotel and Convention Centre too, for treating everyone so well and for putting out such great food.

We could always use a few more good trade show booths so if you know of any potential vendors please let them know about us. Some new faces in there could really do well over the three days. Also, even though our silent auction did well, if you know anyone that might have an item that could be donated we'd sure be happy to accept :-) ... maybe a good bit, pair of spurs, or a nice knife ... just a suggestion from a Festival supporter.

Personally I thought that there was something special about this year's Festival ... and I think others did too ... I had one group tell me that I had never looked and/or acted so relaxed as I did this year ... well I felt it too ... again thanks to all that helped out.

Mark McMillan, President, BCCHS,   cowboys@bcchs.com


The BC Cowboy Heritage Society
Box 137, Kamloops, BC, Canada, V2C 5K3
Phone:1-888-763-2221
Email: cowboys@bcchs.com

It's not 100% confirmed yet but it looks like our next meeting, which will be both our AGM and a regular meeting, will be held in Kamloops on Sunday, May 27th. We'll hold the AGM first, break for lunch, then have a regular meeting. A notice will go out to members but if you're interested let us know and we can keep you posted - we'd welcome anyone interested to our meetings.

Members: The BC Cowboy Heritage Society would like to thank you for your support over the past year. We hope you will continue supporting the society by renewing your membership annually. Membership information, and a membership form, can be found on our web site at: www.bcchs.com/membership.html

BCCHS Memberships
If you're not a member but are interested in what we do to preserve cowboy heritage in BC, then you should think about joining. There are no commitments whatsoever and your $20 membership ($30 for a family and $100 for corporate) would be greatly appreciated. Membership dollars go towards the society's administrative costs.


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The Horse Barn

The Horse Barn's web site is: www.horsebarncanada.com.


The Horse Barn!

We are so glad to have the Horse Barn as a major sponsor of the Kamloops Cowboy Festival.

Festival Tickets will be available
at the Horse Barn!


The Horse Barn - Rafter HB!

The Horse Barn
517 Mt Paul Way
Kamloops, BC, V2H 1A9


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The 2018 Kamloops Cowboy Festival Review

Well it's all said and done for another year and the feedback was amazing! Probably the first time in 22 years that we can say we virtually had no complaints. Ya we did have the odd comment but all in all ... even with the meals at the dinner theatre - really how can you serve over 800 meals and not have a single complaint? Well done to the Coast Hotel and Convention Centre for that.

Last year we moved to the one venue and it worked out well. This year we really noticed the difference now that we were settled in to the fact. The venue works really well ... for entertainers, audience, volunteers, and especially the organizers!

The trade show went over well. Some of the booths said it was slow and others said they did very well. This happens every year with no rhyme or reason. The public had the time to browse in between sets in the two different venues which was nice for both them and the vendors. A few vendors didn't make it out from Alberta when winter decided to hang around and hold things up. Luckily this was just vendors that had to be in the day before to set up. Travel for the general public was really good.

The art show was once again a super show. The talent was, as usual, amazing. The winners of the art show are all posted in the art show article here.

Once again the Horse Barn bought a beautiful big trophy buckle and awarded it to the winner of the "Keeper of the West" competition. This award went to Jason Ruscheinsky for the fan voted on "best new song or poem" of the weekend. Ballet boxes for voting were located at both locations - the Horse Barn and the Cowboy Festival. Congratulations Jason ... I heard the vote count wasn't even close :-).

Photo by Donna Smith
Mike Anfield won all three ribbons in the Art of the West Show and Sale.
Jason receives the prize buckle from Dennis from the Horse Barn.

Cowboy Church in the Ballroom went well ... this was another first for us. The feedback was great - we even heard that the pre-church entertainment was the best we've ever had.

Ken Fawcett and Lois Tucker

The first of the annual BC Cowboy Hall of Fame induction ceremonies took place Friday night, March 16th where Lois Tucker Daling, "Working Cowboy" and Ken Fawcett, "Ranching Pioneer" were inducted. To see more on them, and the other four that were inducted in Williams Lake on April 22nd see the Hall of Fame article here -->.

Jerry Stainer took the photo to right of Ken and Lois, as well as all the other Kamloops Hall of Fame photos. Click on the photos and they will enlarge.

So after the fact, we can once again say that the Kamloops Cowboy Festival was indeed another great weekend ... thanks to all that took part: sponsors, entertainers, exhibitors, artists, audience, and the amazing volunteers!

See you next year at the 23rd Annual Kamloops Cowboy Festival, March 14th to 17th, 2019. Don't forget tickets go on sale November 1st, 2018.

Here's a few highlight photos taken by Donna Smith and Jerry Stainer ... click to enlarge.

The 2018 raffle buckle.
The 2018 raffle buckle.

Lee's Music's donated silent auction guitar.
Lee's Music donated the silent auction poster guitar.

The very 1st Festival poster and this year's poster.
The very 1st Festival poster and this year's poster.

Gary Fjellgaard, at 80 years young, still gets a standing Ovation regularly.
Gary Fjellgaard, at 80 years young, still gets a standing Ovation regularly.

Louis BigRig McIvor and his banjo were a hit.
Louis BigRig McIvor and his banjo were a hit.

Everyone loved Brian Salmond & Tom Cole.
Everyone loved Brian Salmond & Tom Cole.

The always so colourful Bryn Thiessen.
The always so colourful Bryn Thiessen.

Ryan Fritz (right) and his son Hoss on bass.
Ryan Fritz (right) and his son Hoss on bass.

See Donna Smith's photos on Face Book
See Jerry Stainer's photos on Face Book


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Art of the West Show and Sale

The art show was once again a super show. The talent was, as usual, amazing. The winners of the art show are as follows:

  • Flat work, Best in Show: Marlene Pegg - Tracking Powder
  • Runner Up: Stefanie Travers - The Lightness of Being
  • Honourable Mention: Stefanie Travers - Intention.

  • Sculpture, Best in Show: Nancy McMinn - Cowboy.

  • Photography, Best in Show: Mike Anfield - Lac Du Bois 2017
  • Runner Up: Mike Anfield - Lupens
  • Honourable Mention: Mike Anfield - Stump Lake Sunrise.

  • The People's Choice Award went to Marlene Pegg for Tracking Powder.

Marlene Pegg's entry, Tracking Powder won best of show and the people's choice award.
Marlene Pegg's entry, 'Tracking Powder' won best of show and the people's choice award.

This sculpture by Nancy McMinn from Clinton took first place.
This sculpture by Nancy McMinn from Clinton took first place.

Mike Anfield won all three ribbons in the Art of the West Show and Sale.
Mike Anfield won all three ribbons in the Art of the West Show and Sale.


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The BCCHS & Mike Puhallo Memorial Student Scholarships

Annually we run a competition for up to five scholarships of $500.00 each!

The written entry winner was: Jessica Holden of Gold Bridge for her short story titled "Cowboys on Parade".

Matthew Campmans of Kamloops won the "Cowboy Craft" section with a beautiful saddle stand that he made.

Both Jessica and Matthew will receive $500.00 towards future education and they were acknowledged at the Kamloops Cowboy Festival although only Matthew was able to attend.

Mike Puhallo Memorial Student Scholarships

The Mike Puhallo Memorial Scholarship for Cowboy Poetry received 39 entries this year. The judges, Sharlene Puhallo, Dave Longworth, and Rod Miller all picked a poem called "Best All Round" written by Tanya Semple from Victoria as the winner. Tanya will receive a $500 scholarship.

All of the winning entries can be seen / read on the Scholarship page at www.bcchs.com and were on display in the Art of the West Show and Sale at the Festival.

Matthew Campmans of Kamloops won the Cowboy Craft Scholarship.
Matthew Campmans of Kamloops won
the Cowboy Craft Scholarship.


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South Cariboo Summer Festival August 11th and 12th, 2018
South Cariboo Summer Festival
August 11th and 12th, 2018

Come and see Red and Helen Allan in our BCCHS booth in the tradeshow ... they'll be promoting all that the BCCHS does including the Kamloops Cowboy Festival and the 100 Mile House Cowboy Concert.

Mark your calendar now - you won't want to miss this great event which will bascially take over the whole South Cariboo Recreation Centre. Tons of entertainment and activities including: Uncle Chris the Clown, kids zone, skydiving, lawnmower races, trade fair, tons of demonstrations like the BC Dairy Farmers Association, Dog Agility, Farrier and Forge, a Show and Shine, food vendors, BBQ, plus the Blue Ribbon Exhibition Hall with a competition for assorted wares, crafts, and preserves.

The entertainment list keeps growing as we get closer with music slots being filled as we speak. The main feature act will be the world renowned NOW & THEN Beatles Tribute Band performing from 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm on August 11th!

This will be a Fun and Exciting event - hope to see you there!

If you would like to receive weekly updates please email the South Cariboo Chamber of Commerce at: manager@southcariboochamber.org and they will add your email to their newsletter contact list. Or you can phone the Chamber office at 250-395-6124.


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The 2018 BC Cowboy Hall of Fame Inductions

They came with the gold miners ... the miners ran out of gold and left ... but the cowboys are still here today!

Once again the BC Cowboy Heritage Society had two induction ceremonies; one in Kamloops during the Friday evening main feature show at the Kamloops Cowboy Festival on March 16th, and the other at the Williams Lake Indoor Rodeo on Sunday, April 22nd. Both events went well and a total of six very deserving cowboys and one ranching family were honoured.

It was obvious at the Kamloops Cowboy Festival that both of this year's Kamloops inductees were extremely well respected as friends, family and co-workers came from all over BC came ... and in large numbers that reflected well over a third of the total sold out audience. Ken Fawcett from Vanderhoof was inducted as a Ranching Pioneer and Lois Tucker Daling from Pavilion / Upper Hat Creek (and now from Quesnel) was inducted as a Working Cowboy. Hugh McLennan did the honours.

photo by Jerry Stainer
Ken Fawcett and Lois Tucker Daling
Ken Fawcett and Lois Tucker

photo by Chevonn Haselhan
an amazing cake that said congratulations to the inductees
The cake with the inductees names

In Williams Lake on Sunday, April 22nd, the Museum of the Cariboo Chilcotin hosted a luncheon at the Senior Citizen's Activity Centre. It was a super event that was very well organized. Because of space this is an invitation only event with each inductee inviting a limited number of family and friends. There was a ton of sandwiches and vegetable platters set out and an amazing cake that said congratulations to the inductees with all their photos in icing on the top.

At about 12:30 Roy Mulvahill, with a wagon and his team of Percherons picked up all the dignitaries and shuttled them to the Indoor Rodeo, arriving just before the 12:50 start time. The inductees were: Mike and Pat Jasper and David Maurice as Working Cowboys; Charlie Brous as Competitive Achievements; and the Joe Schuk family as a Family. Mark McMillan did the

photo by Chevonn Haselhan
Roy Mulvahill with a wagon and his team of Percherons
Roy Mulvahill with a wagon and his team of Percherons

honours. Following the inductions, and a few outside photos (the weather was great) everyone took up their reserved seats and enjoyed another sold out Williams Lake Indoor Rodeo!

The Museum of the Cariboo Chilcotin in Williams Lake is home to the BC Cowboy Hall of Fame inductees memorabilia and is well worth a visit. They have a new location in the Williams Lake Visitor's Information Centre and are planning a grand opening all day open house on Saturday, May 26th.

Anyone can nominate a cowboy for the BC Cowboy Hall of Fame. There are a number of guideline categories including; Working Cowboy, Ranching Pioneer, Century Ranch, Competitive Achievements, Artistic Achievements, and Horseman but first and foremost, the nominee must be a working cowboy or rancher that has made his/her living physically working with cattle and horses in the Province of BC. The number of inductees varies from year to year and could be anywhere from four to eight.

Read more about about each of this year's inductees on the Archives page of the BC Cowboy Hall of Fame page.

Here's some photos from both BC Cowboy Hall of Fame Induction Ceremonies - click to enlarge. The first four are from Kamloops and are taken by Jerry Stainer.

The BC Cowboy Hall of Fame 2018 inductee Ken Fawcett.
2018 inductee Ken Fawcett.

The BC Cowboy Hall of Fame 2018 inductee Ken Fawcett with family and friends.
Ken Fawcett with family and friends.

The BC Cowboy Hall of Fame 2018 inductee Lois Tucker with family and friends.
Lois Tucker with family and friends.

The BC Cowboy Hall of Fame 2018 inductee Lois Tucker Daling.
2018 inductee Lois Tucker.

These four are taken at the Museum Luncheon and are taken by Chevonn Haselhan.

The BC Cowboy Hall of Fame 2018 inductee Charlie Brous with family and friends.
Charlie Brous with family and friends.

The BC Cowboy Hall of Fame 2018 inductee the Schuk Family with family and friends.
The Schuk Family with family and friends.

The BC Cowboy Hall of Fame 2018 inductee David Maurice with family and friends.
David Maurice with family and friends.

The BC Cowboy Hall of Fame 2018 inductees Mike & Pat Jasper with family and friends.
Mike & Pat Jasper with family and friends.

These four are taken at the Williams Lake Indoor Rodeo by Chevonn Haselhan. The Williams Lake Stampede Queen is Kaylee Billyboy. In the second photo Museum president George Atamanenko is on the right. In the third photo Williams Lake Indoor Rodeo president Kelly Walls is on the right.

The BC Cowboy Hall of Fame 2018 inductee Charlie Brous.
2018 inductee Charlie Brous.

The BC Cowboy Hall of Fame 2018 inductees Mike & Pat Jasper.
2018 inductees Mike & Pat Jasper.

The BC Cowboy Hall of Fame 2018 inductee the Schuk Family.
2018 inductee the Schuk Family.

The BC Cowboy Hall of Fame 2018 inductee David Maurice.
2018 inductee David Maurice.

Chevonn Haselhan also got one photo of all the inductees gathered in front of the cake at the luncheon which started the day off and another of all the inductees gathered outside the rodeo arena with their plaques which ended a great day.

2018 BC Cowboy Hall of Fame Inductees at the luncheon cake cutting.
2018 BC Cowboy Hall of Fame Inductees at the luncheon cake cutting.

 

2018 BC Cowboy Hall of Fame Inductees gather for an outdoor photo.
2018 BC Cowboy Hall of Fame Inductees gather for an outdoor photo.


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The Museum of the Cariboo Chilcotin

presents the BC Cowboy Hall of Fame

Museum Logo

The Museum is located in Williams Lake, BC. For information on the Museum, and what it displays inside, check out their web site at: www.cowboy-museum.com


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Mark Denny Received The Annual Joe Marten Memorial Award

For the Preservation of Cowboy Heritage in BC

Saturday evening, March 17th, during the main feature show in the Ball Room, Mark Denny was presented the Joe Marten Award. Mark will join the likes of:

  • 2000 - Bob Bohnenblust - Bit and Spur Maker
  • 2003 - Bud Sharpe - Saddle Maker
  • 2007 - Paul St Pierre - Author
  • 2007 - Tony Parrott - Saddle Maker
  • 2008 - Hugh McLennan - Broadcaster
  • 2009 - John Schnurrenberger - Cowboy Art
  • 2010 - Andy Knight - Saddle Maker
  • 2011 - Liz Twan - Photographer
  • 2012 - Mike Puhallo - Cowboy Poet
  • 2013 - Don Loewen - Saddle Maker
  • 2014 - Dave Longworth - Poet / Actor
  • 2015 - Ken Mather - Historian / Author
  • 2016 - Len Monical - Artist
  • 2017 - Diana French - Author / Curator
  • 2018 - Mark Denny - Saddle Maker

photo by Jerry Stainer
Roy Mulvahill with a wagon and his team of Percherons
Traudl Marten, Mark Denny, Mark McMillan

Mark, with family and friends in the audience, watched a five and half minute slide show that took everyone through his life from a very young age right to present. The slideshow included a lot of photos of saddles and other leather goods that Mark had made over the years.

You can read Mark's bio, as well as all the other recipients' bios, on the "Recipients" page under "Heritage Award" at www.bcchs.com. Here you can also find information on how to nominate someone for this award.


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The 19th Annual 100 Mile House Cowboy Concert Sneak Preview!

It's early yet but we want to give everyone lots of time to mark the calendar as you won't want to miss this show. Oh ya ... and we wanted to make sure everyone knew that we moved the date by one week next year, too. So it'll be the third Saturday in February 2019, not the usual second Saturday. This is because Tim Hus couldn't make it to the second Saturday as it's the weekend they celebrate Stompin Tom's birthday.

Did I say Tim Hus? Wow - yes, that's right ... we had several requests last year to bring back Tim Hus ... so yes, we asked him and yes, he's coming back!! Definitely a crowd favourite in past years!

photo by Donna Smith
Tim Hus
Tim Hus will be back in 2019

Here's a couple of quotes:

"Tim Hus may well be the ultimate in Canadiana songwriters"

"It seems that Tim Hus is the new lion of country music. One of the best country albums Iíve ever heard. No lie."

"Tim Hus has a voice sweeter than a Husqvarna chainsaw, a wit that is sharper than rusty barbed wire, and a list of songs longer than a Saskatchewan fence line!"

Following his acclaimed CD "Hockeytown" comes the highly anticipated sixth album (his 3rd for Stony Plain Records) Western Star joining Corb Lund and the legendary Ian Tyson on the label. Hus comes at his audience like a runaway rig, while firing off image-laden lyrics with the intensity of a western gunslinger.

The Alberta based singer with the black hat and easygoing personality is a captivating and crowd pleasing performer who easily draws listeners into the settings of his storytelling country and roots music. Tim's distinctive songwriting and spirited performances by the members of his dynamic band stand as a cornerstone of authentic Canadiana!

We're not sure at this point who he'll bring with him as his band, but you bet they'll be good. Here's a couple of photos from a past Kamloops Cowboy Festival with Spider on the "Big Lumber" and Jeff Bradshaw on the pedal steel.

photo by Jerry Stainer
Tim Hus with Spider on bass
Tim Hus with Spider on bass

 

photo by Jerry Stainer
Tim Hus with Jeff Bradshaw on the pedal steel in the back
Tim Hus with Jeff Bradshaw on the pedal steel in the back

Saturday, February 16th is the date! We'll keep you posted as to who all will be part of the next 100 Mile House Cowboy Concert as well as Tim ... but whoever's there, you can bet it'll be a great show!


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The 23rd Annual Kamloops Cowboy Festival Sneak Preview!

The dates are March 14th to 17th, 2019 and that's a long ways off ... except when you're trying to organize everything! Even then this is still early but some of the entertainers we approached are already booked for 2019 and we have them on a list for 2020 ... hmmm that sounds weird - 2020. Sounds like a rifle caliber or something.

Anyway we do have a few names confirmed and we will share them with you, a little lower down. At this point in time we can't confirm ticket prices because we're not sure what the convention centre rates are going to do but we will keep you posted. Everything else should remain the same - hard to beat last year!

What we would like to see is a few more quality tradeshow booths so if you know anyone that would fit in let them know - it could be a good profitable weekend for someone new in there. It would be really nice to see a bit and spur maker or a blacksmith or knife builder. Good western clothing, art, books, etc, would all be welcome :-).

Now ... entertainment ... Did I say Tim Hus? Oh ya ... that was for the 100 Mile Concert ... ah well we've asked him to come to Kamloops, too! Jean Prescott and Michael Fleming will both be back and we really look forward to seeing them again! Alan Moberg couldn't make it last year but all going well he'll be here. A couple of new cowboy poets, to us anyway, Linda Nadon from Alberta and Tom Swearingen from Oregon have both agreed to take part next year too. We still have to confirm about 14 more but what do you think ... sound good so far? We sure think so!!

Jean Prescott
Jean Prescott

Mike Fleming
Mike Fleming

Linda Nolan
Linda Nolan

Tom Swearingen
Tom Swearingen


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Alberta Cowboy Poetry Association - ACPA

Check it out at: www.albertacowboypoetry.com. If you're looking for a performer for an event, or if you are a performer looking to get booked for an event, then you'll find how on their web site. If it's a CD or book you need you'll find tons of them there, too! That's www.albertacowboypoetry.com.


Alberta Cowboy Poetry Association - ACPA

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The 17th Annual Spirit of the West Cruise!

will be in September, 2018 ... and definitely a bucket list trip!

Canada - New England ... Quebec City to New York!!

An 11 day adventure (with an optional 3 night New York post package) with Billie and Hugh and other passengers that have said that this cruise is on the top of their bucket list. This time on Royal Caribbean's "Adventure of the Sea"!

Latest Update:

I just spoke to Megan at Cruise Vacations of Winnipeg and although their allotted cabins are sold out she says they can still get a few more inside cabins, and at basically the same price. Megan also said that if you're sitting on your hands you'd better have your fingers crossed :-) ... the group is somewhere just under 180 right now - sound like fun!! If you are even thinking about joining us you should probably contact Megan at Cruise Vacations as soon as possible: 1-800-530-0131.

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Quebec City to New York

Quebec City to New York

See www.Hugh-McLennan.com or call Cruise Vacations
1-800-530-0131

    Here's the places you'll see:

  • Quebec City
  • Fairmont Chateau Frontenac
  • Charlottetown, PEI
  • Sydney, Nova Scotia
  • Halifax, Nova Scotia
  • Saint John, NB (Bay of Fundy)
  • Bar Harbor, Maine
  • Boston, Massachusetts
  • Portland, Maine
  • Cape Liberty, New Jersey

Download the Cruise Brochure
Download the post cruise New York City package Brochure

Hopefully the Fall colours will be plentiful but either way we know this will be an awesome cruise! It's with the Spirit of the West ... they're always awesome!

Here is a photo of the 2017 Spirit of the West group

The 2017 Spirit of the West Cruise is off to Alaska

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Home of the BC Cowboy Hall of Fame!

Museum Logo

BC Cowboy, Ranching, and Rodeo Museum The Museum of the Cariboo Chilcotin is located in Williams Lake, BC and is the Home of the BC Cowboy Hall of Fame. It is located at the corner of 4th Avenue and Borland Street. Phone 250-392-7404 Email: mccwl@uniserve.com

We highly recommend a visit to the
Museum of the Cariboo Chilcotin in Williams Lake!
Check out their web site - BC Cowboy, Ranching, and Rodeo Museum


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