|Location||Glencoe, California, United States|
|Introduction||Hello, I may as well start by saying that I'm the Editor here. And yes, I hope you like my writing style. You'll find that I'm very informal. I believe in using real facts and common sense. I write the same as if I were talking with an old friend over a cup of coffee. As for politics, I'm old fashion, very Conservative, and not Politically Correct. I'm a former U.S. Marine, now retired, and you can thank my Grandpa for my being a Cowboy. My wife and I live in Glencoe, California, population 189, located in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. This is rural America at its best and we love it. Like others, we live simple and work hard trying to make ends meet. And yes, we thank God every day for our blessings. We love what makes us uniquely Americans. We believe we should both defend and celebrate our American culture, traditions, values, heritage, and history. And no, no one can take away our Cowboy ways. We're glad you stopped in, and we really hope you enjoy our blog.|
|Interests||Shooting, Guns, Cowboy Action Shooting, Military and Historical Firearms, Horses, Trail Riding, Gatherings, Brandings, Ranch Work, Cattle, The Back Country, Camping, Fishing, Hunting, Rodeos, The United States Marine Corps, Playing Poker, Writing, My Blog - The American Cowboy Chronicles, Conservative Politics, Researching American History, Volunteering with the American Legion Calaveras Post 376.|
|Favorite Movies||Casablanca, Quigley Down Under, Adventure with Clark Gable, Big Jake, The Wind and the Lion, Indian Jones, Cannery Row, Islands in the Stream, Last Train From Gun Hill, Bad Day At Black Rock|
|Favorite Music||Old Style Cowboy Western Music, 50's Rock and Roll, Big Band, Texas Swing, Older Style Country Music, Hawaiian|
|Favorite Books||The Life of Theodore Roosevelt, Ernest Hemingway's Short Stories, The Old Man and the Sea, Islands In The Stream, O'Henry's Short Stories - The Last Leaf|
Your hand has been replaced by a rubber stamp. What does it say?
"Everything a man does is an indication of his character, whether he cheats at cards or takes an unfair advantage because it is legal." Louie L'Amour - The rubber stamp says, "I'm Done!"