SETTLIN' THE DUST

BY H. CLAY DAHLBERG

Edition of 50
15"H

The hooves of vast herds of passing cattle, trampled the prairie sold into dust....and it hung in the air like fog along the old trails that crossed Red River heading north. The men who came with the cattle learned to believe in each other and in their horses. They lived a lifetime in a single season in the saddle, back in theose days before the coming of the wire. Pride was the twine that tied them together, and they would remember the taste of cold beer in a cowtown and a toast to the trail.

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