February 21, 2021
She is a spitfire cowgirl—honest and true—in a time and place where those things are in short supply.
Little is known of her early life, although there is a rumor she was raised by hippies in the wilds of Nevada, then made the conversion to cowgirl working on a ranch owned by a bordello owner south of Elko.
Did I mention she cuts her own hair? With roaching shears? She doesn't care what you or anybody thinks, especially her crazy family (don't ask).
She drives a six-speed stick, Dodge three-quarter-ton with a stripped and shredded hand brake, which she operates with her knee from a dog eaten bench seat with errant hay blowing around the cab when the heater is on.
The tales of this honest and true cowgirl is co-written—and half belongs—to a friend of mine who is someone who knows a thing or two about crazy cowgirls and horsin' around.