Bill O’Neal tells us about Texas’ favorite outlaw, Sam Bass. He kept the outlaw code to the end.
The second half of the show takes place at Tucson Old West Studios with a conversation with Gilbert LaRoque, director of guest relations, and Bob Sheldon, the man with the vision to make the venue one of the best in the Old West.
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January 15 - 21, 2007
While in Southern California Dakota and Sunny visited the Autry National Center, and had a conversation with the center’s President & CEO John Gray, as well as the Executive Director, Jonathan Spaulding. This week’s show contains that conversation.
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January 8 - 14, 2007
Dakota talks to author B. J. Alderman about her book “The Secret Life Of A Lawman’s Wife.” According to B. J., because of the recordkeeping and other chores required of a lawman, he often got married once he got the job, even if he wasn’t before.
Responding to a caller who maintained there were no cowboys in California, Jim MacGregor talks about the cowboy tradition starting in California, as well as California having more cattle than any other state.