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May 28 - June 3, 2007
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  • We talk with some of the dedicated volunteers that put on the event, as well as a couple of the competitors.

  • Each evening we had entertainment. Prior to their going on stage, Dakota got a chance to talk to cowboy poet, Waddie Mitchell and the founder of the musical group, Cowboy Celtic, David Wilkie.

Waddie Mitchell
Waddie Mitchell

David Wilkie with Cowboy Celtic
David Wilkie with Cowboy Celtic

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May 21 - 27, 2007
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  • On May 26th, 1907, John Wayne was born in Winterset, Iowa. This week we're celebrating the 100th Anniversary of that birth with a show dedicated to John Wayne.

John Wayne

  • We start with a conversation with Ermal Williamson who is a John Wayne impersonator and an expert on the life and movies of "The Duke."

  • And then Dakota and Sunny have a conversation with Robert Shelton, a close friend of John Wayne and former owner of Old Tucson Studios.

Robert Shelton with John Wayne
Robert Shelton with John Wayne

  • We wrap things up with Chris Enss discussing "The Young Duke."

Chris Enns
Chris Enns

The Young Duke by Chris Enss and Howard Kazanjian

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May 14 - 20, 2007
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  • This week’s show is highlighted with conversations that took place at the Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival.
  • We start with a great conversation with cowgirl singer Juni Fisher. Juni is not only a great singer, she can write some great songs about the Old West experience.

Juni Fisher

  • And, cowgirl poet, Doris Daily, our second guest, writes some outstanding poetry from the prospective of a Canadian cowboy.

Doris Daley

Dave Stamey

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May 7 - 13, 2007
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  • This week’s show is a bit unique as our regular, Jim MacGregor takes us on a tour of Southern California’s Spanish Ranchero connection.

  • During the show, we visit the original site of Ranchero Chino and Rancho Cucamonga, Sycamore Inn and John Rains House.

John Rains House
John Rains House

John Rains House
Interior of John Rains House

  • I think you’ll find the time was as wild as Dodge City or Tombstone during their heyday.

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April 30 - May 6, 2007
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  • In this week’s show Dakota talks to Yuma Territorial Prison Park Superintendent, Jesse Torres, about two of the prison’s most famous prisoners, Buckskin Frank Leslie and Pearl Hart.

Frank Leslie
Frank Leslie

Pearl Hart
Pearl Hart

  • During the second half of the show we learn about Old West flim-flam games, as Erick Anderson takes us through the steps of a number of cons.  The interesting thing is that these cons are still working today.
  • Our Cowboy music this week is provided by Dave Stamey.

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