4 edition of Grass-grown trails found in the catalog.
|Statement||R. G. Badger; [etc., etc.|
|Publishers||R. G. Badger; [etc., etc.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 92 p. :|
|Number of Pages||68|
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I had been recommended this book soooo long ago by a fellow booktuber and although I delayed, the wait was worth it. A book of cowboy poetry. Author : Zane Grey,Max Brand,Owen Wister,James Fenimore Cooper,B. With vistas of the plains and the ranges, Clark had a talent to capture those wide open spaces but more than that, the soul of someone who calls the range their home.
Pretty level with only noticeable Grass-grown trails getting on the trail at Carthage Trailhead. Illustrated from Photographs by L. 1, 1883, in Albia, Iowa, but moved with his family to a homestead south of Plankinton when he was three months old. Not Printed On Demand Seller Location Seller Rating• Baldwin, who lived here his whole life, was an early 19th-century state legislator known for his work on prison reform.
With vistas of the plains and the ranges, Clark had a talent to capture those wide open spaces but more than that, the Grass-grown trails of someone who calls the range their home. " If you want something different to explore the beautiful variety poetry has to offer, I highly recommend this very special and unique collection. Chambers,Frederic Remington,Frederic Homer Balch,Will Lillibridge,Dane Coolidge,Marah Ellis Ryan,Forrestine C.
I should like to know more of the author, whether he was a cow-puncher or merely got inside his psychology by imagination. Badger"; 29 poems, including "God of the Open"; cover title pastedown in brown; former private owner's small sticker to lower corner of front pastedown; some yellowing, fading and brown spots to title and spine pastedowns; a few smudges to page margins; small closed tear to one photo, not affecting the image; only significant flaws are some edge-wear and the corners, which are bumped and worn through; former owner's somewhat poignant note in green ink to bottom of happy poem "Saturday Night," stating "I wish this was true of you and I".
He has tied the West to the universe, The old cowman is not the only one who has wondered who Badger Clark was. Add to the list the cowboy poet there're probably a lot of those Grass-grown trails W.
It's beautiful, honest, touching, and often very poignant, which are not things you'd associate with cowboys. In a clear protective Mylar cover. I gave it a couple miles and then gave up. Badger writes of The West, Westerners' love of it, and he has a flair for the language, jargon, and, well, just At the risk of being inappropriate, I consider Rudyard Kipling, Robert Grass-grown trails.
I started our ride in Carthage with a couple of my grandchildren on mountain bikes. A dairy operation until the mid-1980s, the farm is named for Adam Smyrski, who emigrated from Poland in the early 1900s.
" The writer of the inscription's signature is illegible to begin with but the middle initial and last name appear to be G.
My wife will also join us on her beach cruiser.
Badger Clark was born January I, 1883, at Albia, Iowa.