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Heroes

My heroes have always been cowboys. And they still are, it seems. Sadly, in search of, but one step in back of, Themselves and their slow-movin’ dreams.                                                 — Sharon Vaughn Back in what my grandkids consider “the Olden Days,” … Continue reading

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A Letter from Moses

Charlton Heston was my friend. We met only once, for a few hours at his Beverly Hills home. A dozen letters, a phone call or two, and a score of Christmas cards mark the full extent of our communication. And … Continue reading

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I Tell Stories

I tell stories. I tell sad stories, glad stories, best-you-ever-had stories; stories of then and stories of now, stories of when and stories of how. But mostly I tell stories of the American West and of the people who lived … Continue reading

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