Pretty little lakes…
And tired old cowboys.
…and gigantic Wyoming jackalopes. (That’s a cross between a jack rabbit and an antelope, in case you aren’t from WY.)
Here is another example of my obscure, slightly twisted sense of humor…
In case you don’t get it – I get a kick out of the ‘green’ wind farm directly behind a power plant that is belching smoke!! Ha ha! I love it!!
My Cowboy checking out the knives…
Somehow I managed to snap photos of leather piles, and not many tools. But I do love the leather. It smells so good. The whole place smells like leather.
There is leather-suppliers, tool suppliers, hardware suppliers, saddle-tree suppliers, leather soap/cream suppliers, leather-dye suppliers, etc. It is fun of you build saddles. Or are married to someone who builds saddles.
Meanwhile, check out this stuff…
Beautiful woolly chaps. Not that the white wool would be practical, or anything! 🙂
I love the detail on the back of this saddle.
This gave me a good idea for the fox that is living under my barn, and desiring my chickens. The mannequin that was holding this handbag had the rest of the fox fur draped around her neck! lol!
And that’s it, folks!
Sadly, it poured rain the entire time we were there, so I didn’t get to go yard-saling…but I am sure you aren’t interested in small details like that. We did enjoy ourselves. Here’s to saddle makers everywhere!! …and the cowboys that need em.