Allen with Ken Overcast on the back porch.
"Now, Allen, this ain't no bullsh.."
Owen Badgett, Ingomar, Montana. Author, poet, cowboy, friend.
He don't have a website or e-mail, cause he lives 40 miles from town and he don't have electricity. If you want his address, call us.
"Except fer the part I made up, this is 100% true." Ken Overcast, Montana Cowboy
Allen and Dave Potts, oufittter, rancher, and a good friend for many years. Dave took Teresa on a great tour of some old Indian sites in Montana.
Matt McCaskell dealin' with some Cowgirl Attitude.
High Country Ranch. Hill City, South Dakota. That's Alicia Konechne, Trail Guide, and Cowgirl, on the right.
Bolt Action & Eb Monday. Lonesome Wind, Montana
"It's the Sioux." "Cheyenne," "The Sioux, dad-blame it!" "Dang-it, I know the Sioux when I see 'em!" "Don't seem so!"
Eb and Teresa on location in Montana.
"Easy pardner, she's got a gun."
Number 10 Saloon, Deadwood, South Dakota.
"This one's mine. Go get yer own!"
Allen with Jerry Croft, Deadwood South Dakota. One of a kind!
"Life's just too short to take it too serious." Jerry Croft, South Dakota Cowboy.
The Furry Bunch at Tony Ramer's, Custer, South Dakota.
This ain't faux, pardner, it's genuine Skunk!
Teresa with Donley Hewitt, Rancher, Muleskinner, Cowboy Poet. www.bittersweetranchcamp.com