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Thursday, February 26, 2015
My Kingman Cowgirl Cousins and John Wesley Hardin
February 26, 2015
Got up this morning and bailed into another Stud Stance Study. If you have my book "The 66 Kid" you know my mother's side of the family claims relations to Blackjack Ketchum, Big Foot Wallace and John Wesley Hardin. So here is another Stud Stance Study of my shirt tail cousin:
Daily Whipout: "Stud Stance Study, John Wesley Hardin"
And speaking of cousins, two of my prettiest Kingman Cowgirl Cousins are in town for a conference in Carefree.
My Kingman Cowgirl Cousins, Sharon and Brenda Stockbridge
Sharon (Brenda's daughter) is caressing the big lizard head coming out of the wall, outside our front door (created by Chuck Weaver, of Weaver's Stance fame). When Brenda is here we invariably trade Kingman stories and laugh about how provincial we are, for better or worse. I confess that if I wasn't married to Kathy I would probably have never gone to Europe, South America or Thailand. I might have gone to Rocky Point, Mexico and that would probably be the extent of my travels. What can I say—small town boy, small town vision.
"He who never leaves his country is full of prejudices."
—Carlo Goldon, (1793) Italian playwright