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9" x 12"
January, 30th 2017
Two young siblings were mounted up and ambling around a mountain horse camp, waiting for their parents to finish loading the pack horses in preparation for heading into the high country for a few days. The seven year young boy, and his five year young sister, were both accomplished ranch hands, having been practically born in the saddle. Their parents revealed that they were crack shots from horseback and could take out a rattlesnake on the run. The children also knew how to rope and tie a calf for branding or doctoring, gather cattle, care for their full-sized ranch horses and any number of other chores that need doing on a traditional western cattle ranch. The small girl showed me the contents of her saddlebags: bottled water, sunscreen, a coiled lead rope, wild rag and a candy bar. Both siblings had rolled their full-length yellow rain slickers and tied them behind their saddles.Click link for website view, then click website image for closeup photos of details.http://www.rushcolefineart.com/Cowboys.htmlhttp://www.rushcolefineart.com/Cowboys.html