Read more: https://www.luerzersarchive.com/en/magazine/print-detail/3293.html The West is not a myth. Not in this place os cowboys and horses and cottle drives. Not in this place of mountains, sunsets, millions of stars and handshakes that still mean something. Claim: Wyoming. Like no place on earth. Tags: Riddell Advertising, Jackson,Harry De Zitter,Jim Hagar,Wyoming,Jeff Martin, New York
This bracelet was a custom order for a friend of a friend who likes cowboy / cowgirl things (lives in Wyoming and owns her own horses!), and was hand-crafted from light blue glass, natural blue and white sodalite, engraved silver-plated flowers and 3 x Western charms - horse with horseshoe, cantering horse and cowboy boot. It was sold as part of an animal rescue fundraiser - 50% of the profits go to the animals! Want to sell bracelets like these for your own charity? Just drop me a line…
The All American Cowboy. Made in America! Made in Wyoming! This Wyoming bucking horse is cut from 18 gauge American steel . Ground down by hand and then painted. Built using two layers of steel adds depth and beauty to this bucking horse. Welded mount on the back for hanging. Size 19" x 12" Officially Licensed Product.
Butch Cassidy was a man who robbed, and he did it well. He and his now infamous gang, the “Wild Bunch,” pulled off dozens of robberies along the budding railways, nabbing thousands of dollars. Butch, or as his mother knew him, Robert LeRoy Parker, made a smart move when he and his gang realized that the cops were gaining on them, he and his buddy, the Sundance Kid, fled to South America. It is most widely accepted that they both died in a shootout in Bolivia, just a couple of years later.