December 12, 2011
Back from Cowboy Christmas. Had a wonderful time seeing old friends and meeting new ones. Attended the NFR Finals Rodeo on Friday night. Charlie Daniels opened the show and kicked some major patootie. Noticed Hip Hop is creeping into the soundtrack (three different samplings). Inevitable, really.
Lots more to say about Cowboy Christmas, but I'll save it for later.
I mentioned last week that Lew Jones gifted me with a piece of wood off of William Antrim's outhouse in Mogollon, New Mexico. Found this photo I took about six years ago, when the outhouse was a leaning wreck. It's since completely fallen down.
Ever wonder what the first thing I look at in the morning when I wake up? Well, wonder no more. Here's the view from my side of the bed:
Yes, those are all hats from my collection.
Working on a cover idea with Clint Eastwood as a butte. An iconic butte, a la Monument Valley:
"The principal office of history I take to be this: to prevent virtuous actions from being forgotten, and that evil words and deeds should fear an infamous reputation with posterity."