April/May 2014

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Vacation Guide

We take you deep into the Grand Canyon on a mule, and travel halfway around the world to attend the world’s oldest horse trading fair, dating back to the 1700s.

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content-14-04-fashionSpring Fever

The latest in Western fashions from head-to-toe! Click here for our website only bonus of additional fashion photos.

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content-14-04-forgingForging Ahead – How to Make Cutlery

Blacksmith (and vet) Ryan Ridgway shows how to create a knife, spoon and fork using a hot forge and old horseshoes.

You can read the whole article in April/May 2014 issue of Canadian Cowboy Country magazine. To subscribe, click here or call Kendra at 1-800-943-7336.


content-14-04-livinglegendsLiving Legends

Bob Robinson

An icon of professional rodeo on both sides of the border, Bob shares the highlights of his fascinating life story on the rodeo trail.

You can read the whole article in April/May 2014 issue of Canadian Cowboy Country magazine. To subscribe, click here or call Kendra at 1-800-943-7336.


content-14-04-ranchinginthewestRanching in the West

Miniature Bulls

The miniature bulls may be small but they’re feisty, and they are becoming the training ground for future World Champions.

You can read the whole article in April/May 2014 issue of Canadian Cowboy Country magazine. To subscribe, click here or call Kendra at 1-800-943-7336.


content-14-04-trailblazersTrail Blazers

Jim Boyle

A cowboy’s life that spanned the times of open range and general roundups to trailing cattle through some wicked B.C. wilderness.

You can read the whole article in April/May 2014 issue of Canadian Cowboy Country magazine. To subscribe, click here or call Kendra at 1-800-943-7336.


content-14-04-homesofthewestHomes Of The West

Staying Home

The Robson’s chose to renovate rather than relocate. Barb shares the before and after photos, plus some great tips for anyone considering transforming their home.

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content-14-04-poetryCowboy Poetry

Spring Thaw

A timely message of hope from Elizabeth Ebert, one of North America’s most esteemed cowboy poets.

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