I always wanted to see Marlboro Country. You know the kind of place…where bow-legged cowboys herd cattle with horses…where roping steers is a highly regarded skill…where ranchers shoot off their porches and fix venison for dinner. A place where the deer and the antelope play and seldom is heard a discouraging word and the skies are not cloudy all day. A […]
Whatever the Season, Pack a Jacket!
Ghost towns, badgers, geysers, Tetons, bears, elk, cowboys, history, plus the natural beauty of the west are just some of the ways to describe our 4th of July road trip. Did I mention it was kind of chilly? To wear or not wear my jacket was a question I kept asking myself the entire trip. It wasn’t as […]
Cigarette commercials on television are a thing of the past, but they were numerous in the 1960’s. One such commercial that impressed my grandmother (and in turn influenced me) were Marlboro Cigarette commercials. Neither my grandmother, nor her children, were smokers. It was the nature of the advertisement that piqued her interest. Scenes of the […]