Cowgirls of Lincoln County

By Huckleberry Press / September 16, 2021 /

Women are doing the cowboys’ job in increasing numbers across what’s left of the west. Long days in and out of the saddle gathering and pushing stubborn cattle through pastures and into corrals for branding or doctoring makes a person tough, resilient and wholly in touch with life at its most basic. Cowboys have done it for hundreds of years. Now the new face is feminine.

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Running O Horsemanship

By Huckleberry Press / February 19, 2021 /

Out on the plains outside of Hooper, Washington, you can see wide open spaces of grassland and sage brush, speckled with cattle.

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