Circle the Wagons: Carr Family

Jul 18
Savanna Simmons

A Girl’s Guide To Riding

Jul 16
Jolyn Young

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Cowboying: A Timeless Tradition

July 20, 2018
Jolyn Young

Cowboying hasn’t changed all that much in 150 years or so. These black and white images taken at the Triangle N camp of the O RO Ranch in northern Arizona during the spring wagon in May of 2018 show the timeless nature of the occupation. Here, Creek necks a calf and waits for another member […]


Circle the Wagons: Carr Family

July 18, 2018
Savanna Simmons

“The purpose of life is to discover your gift; the work of life is to develop it; and the meaning of life is to give your gift away.” — David Viscott No one understands this quote more than my friend Mark Byrum, who has donated a saddle to garner donations for his good friend Craig […]


A Girl’s Guide To Riding

July 16, 2018
Jolyn Young

My daughter, Grace, is now five years old and ready to ride a horse by herself. According to her, she’s been ready to ride a horse by herself for about four and a half years now, but she had to wait for Mom to be ready before she could take the reins and ride off […]


Circle the Wagons: Dunkelberger Family

July 10, 2018
Savanna Simmons

Social Media platforms like Facebook has offered us the amazing ability to connect with one another. We can stay in touch with that old friend we cowboyed with in Nebraska, or let Grandma know how the kids are doing. We also can stay abreast of some tragedies and the healing of friends, as well as […]


Coffee with a Cause

July 7, 2018
Savanna Simmons

Cowboys and a coffee quite frequently go hand in hand, and I don’t know many true cowboys who drink a pot of coffee in which you can read the paper through the pot. They like it good, strong, and black; “Strong enough to float a horseshoe” even. There’s something a little different about buying coffee […]