Now, Webster's Dictionary defines a Cowboy as "a hired hand, especially in the Western United States, who tends cattle
and performs many duties on horse back". If your lucky enough to know a real cowboy you know words could never describe
him. His passion for life and living it to its fullest come from the heart. Its more than Wranglers, boots and hats that make
a cowboy. It's a way of life that comes from inside and it can't be learned, it won't be extinguished, and it will never be
Fables from the Old West have for years conjured up many different impressions of the Cowboy. He has been represented
by everything from a white hat wearing hero to a gunslinging cowpoke, but the one thing the Cowboy has always done is to remind
us of our past. Even though the Cowboy's reign in the Wild West was relatively short (about 30 years), no image in American
History has ever invoked as many different emotions or been the center of so much folklore.