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Description - Cowgirl Up! by Bobbie The Shady Lady Smith

Cowgirl Up! is one fun ol' cowgirl's reflections on livin' n' dyin', laughin' n' cryin', marryin' n' divorcin', winnin' n' losin', singin' n' dancin', ropin' n' ridin', feedin' n' waterin', saddlin' n' shoein', bridlin' n' cinchin', campin' n' cookin', smokin' n' drinkin', eatin' n' fartin', whoopin' n' hollerin', herdin' n' wranglin', fishin' n' huntin', shootin' n' baggin', castratin' n' brandin', cussin' n' cursin', hopin' n' prayin', hatin' n' forgivin', dreamin' n' believin', agin' n' lovin' ...From the bright lights of Reno, Nevada, to the serenity of the Rocky Mountains, the Shady Lady's original cowgirl poetry, humorous stories, one liners, recipes, and cartoons will take you on one hell of a ride - one you won't soon forget.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781885003867
ISBN-10: 1885003862
Format: Paperback
Pages: 86
Imprint: Robert D. Reed Publishers
Publisher: Robert D. Reed Publishers
Publish Date: 1-Jan-2010
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Bobbie The Shady Lady Smith

Bobbie Smith (aka Shady Lady) From her early days at the Hilltop Stables of South Central Los Angeles, to the Hacienda Stables of Las Vegas, to the Rafter R Ranch of Canoga Park, California, to the 102 Ranch of Reno, Nevada, to the Rockin' TK Ranch of Moor Park, California, to the Shady Lady Ranch in Northern Utah, Bobbie Smith continues to live out her childhood cowgirl dream with her crooked-eared horse, Joker, and three-legged dog, I-lean. Bobbie wrangles cattle all summer for some of the local ranchers and is a volunteer for the U.S. Forestry Service. In appreciation of her many years of dedication on the mountain, the Shady Lady Spring has recently been named in Bobbie Smith's honor.