November 2009: “Gauchos Go North”
Argentine gaucho Armando Deferrari explains how he and his fellow countryman Pablo Lozano brought their rawhide-braiding styles north and becaem two of the American West’s most unlikely traditional cowboy craftsmen.
July 2009: “La Pialada”
At an Argentine ranch roping, the author reconnects with the gaucho life he once lived and reflects on gaucho gear and techniques.
February 2009: “Up Snake River”
Ten people, 17 stock animals and 1,400 pounds of supplies. Is it possible to travel through Yellowstone National Park – to one of the most remote locations in the United States – and leave no trace?
January 2009: “Catch the Train to Elko”
In celebration of the 25th Annual National Cowboy Poetry Gathering, four longtime performers travel back in time, recalling the event’s roots.
March 2007: “In Search of the Last Cowboy”
Seventeen years ago, photographer Adam Jahiel embarked on a mission to document buckaroo life. Thousands of images later, he says he’s still discovering the secrets of one of America’s most unique cultures.
December 2006: “John Sharp: The Fiddler’s Legacy”
Seventy years ago, John Sharp developed a method for gentling hard-to-handle horses. Today, his technique is a standard practice in wild-horse training.
June 2005: Gone Gaucho”
An American reflects on cowboy life on an Argentine estancia.