One never knows with cowboys. They could all still be out on the range. Or in a saloon. :-)
Not a very welcoming fence....I wonder if a lot of guys and gals wear cowboy boots to that church?
Not much of a church guy these days but my 'inner cowboy' says I'd take a chance here.ps ENJOY the game. I don't hate the Pack like I HATE the G-men. You'd have to have lived in NE in 50's w/ no team but the G-ain'ts to understand what TRUE hatred is. hahahahaGo Cheeseheads in a close one!
What's that saying??? Don't call him a cowboy till you see em ride.
I love that sign! I wonder why the big fence is there.
Check your guns at the door. Fell in love with Maggi yesterday!
We have a Cowboy Church here in my hometown of Yukon, Ok. Have noticed quite a few of them in Oklahoma and Texas. I guess I should check it out. The ones I've seen all use the horse with cowboy riding to the cross.
great sign. what a find. you should check it out one day but leave your hat at the door . . .glad you can now comment gain. blogger is a quirky system and does not always work.
Makes me wonder if those cowboys got a little out of hand one day.
I hope so, we all do need the Lord's guidance and encouragement...
They have a lot of these in North Texas now too. My grandmother is also curious about them. I'd love to go to a service and see what it's about.
There is one easy way to find out if there are services, Kate . . .
Dress for it! Hat, boots :))
The fence makes me wonder who they are trying to keep out...or keep in.
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