“There never was a horse that couldn’t be rode;
Never was a cowboy who couldn’t be throwed.”
~ Cowboy Wisdom
Monday, because my cowboy friend from Chandler recommend it, I went to the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City. I paid the $12.50 entrance fee to the fine gentleman up front and mozy’d on in.
There’s a lot of framed artwork on the walls, some very impressive pieces, but you can’t take pictures of them. The following six photographs are from the museum’s website:

Everything else is photographable.

If you have children they have a special area for them to enjoy. The following six photographs are also from the museum’s website:

They also have, indoors, a replica of a town they call Prosperity Junction, set in the 1890’s, at nightfall, designed to give you a feel of what it was like to live in that time and place with all the sights and sounds, but not the smells.

I hope you always drink upstream from the herd.

The gam continues…


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