About horses and horse ownership by two women who own horses and live in the midwest of the United States.
Are you sure that he's a cowboy? 'Cos he looks to me like Chief Windy Bottom, of the Saskatchewan Sioux. (I think I saw him in Blowing Creek!)
Dude... I have no words....But at least he is not in purple chaps with rhinestones on them ;)This does however, look like the start of a Rodney Carrington song.. lol
Dear Husband says, "What has been seen, can not be unseen..."
Oh my! Don't have a clue but I'll take a guess could it be your Dad?
No comment....I am blushing too much. *lol*
OMG!! That's just wrong on so many levels!!Reminds me of the time we took a friend to Darcell's in downtown Portland for her 40th birthday. Darcell is an ancient drag queen who has many, many drag queens working for him/her, whatever. Anyway, he/she came out in furry chaps singing Rhinestone Cowboy and at the end turned around and yep, you guessed it!! Bare, wrinkly butt...I still have nightmares.
So Cal, ya never did tell us what we'd win if anyone guessed right! ;)(Uh- wait-- it had better NOT be a photocopy of his butt either...)
I have to stay annonomyse on this so I dont ruin the contest but as far as the drag queen thing goes. I was a Pro all around rodeo cowboy when this picture was taken competing in bull riding and bareback bronc riding....
LOL, Ladies & Gents, I do have a little horsey package for a prize & Arlene, darlin' , guess again. This dude is younger than me, LOL!
Actually he's kinda attractive.... firm... *giggles*
lol! I have no idea. lol!But such a funn way for me to begin my Thanksgiving Day. You do have much to be thankful for, my friend.Happy Thanksgiving! Enjoy your day with your two and four legged loved ones.~Lisa
Bwahahaha-It's definitely a cowboy thing. When I met my future ex-husband, he and his friends lived in this dinky little trailer where we all went to party. We called it Cadillac Ranch-LOL. It was inevitable that at some point at one of at least one of the guys was going to "chap up".Hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving.
OMG. I think it is one of those "urban cowboys" - cuz that sure looks like a good way to get a saddle sore.
Oh goodness, that surprised me when I clicked on your site!! lol!! Not a clue who it is but they had better get something over that behiney before winter!!
Hahahaha!!! Great shot! I have no idea who it is, unfortunately.
That is so funny!!! I'm guessing your farrier also, but I want to know the NAME of this fine gentleman :) lol
don't know who he is, but he's got a damn fine tush! :)
LOL! Very funny! But is he a cowboy? Never mind, put more like these!
What the heck? lol!! At least the front is covered but it must be cold on the backside...
LOL. I forgot all about this post. Just to wind it up again. I came out of Retirement and am riding Pro again!
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