Nice magazine. It is a bit high brow and uptown for my cowboy, but he likes it anyhow. It's real purty.
Purchased subscription May 22. Was told it would be like Sep 29 before 1st issue arrived. 1st issue arrived July 3rd.
American Cowboy Magazine
I gave this to my Father-in-law for his birthday and he loved it. A subscription I had purchased earlier was coming to my home and I took him a couple of copies and he (who never calls) called to tell me he had read them from cover to cover and wanted to make sure that his gift subscription would be coming to his home. The first one is to arrive between June 27 and July 5th. I sure hope he gets it in the mail. Robyn Millecam Merkley
I LOVE this Magazine - Very High Quality!
I have subscribed to this magazine for two years now. It just keeps getting better!
The articles are very family friendly, the photos are beyond beautiful!
Everyone I share a copy with falls in love with this magazine. So far, five family members and friends have subscribed since seeing my copies.
If you live in the West, would like to someday, or love the more "Simple Times" when a handshake was all you needed for a business arrangement, you will LOVE this magazine!
This is a perfect gift as well!
Son loves it
He finally got his first issue and says it is very interesting and he can't wait to see the next one.
Wonderful Western-lovers Magazine
My father-in-law introduced me to this wonderful magazine. Each issue is jam-packed with articles about Western movie heros, both modern and not-so-modern as well as commentaries on everything Western (ranch life, rodeos, cowboys, the West in general, and more). Issues are bound more like a paperback book; that's how many great articles there are to read! I got my first issue this week and have already read it cover-to-cover and am re-reading my favorite articles. If you love John Wayne, Heath Ledger, Sam Elliott, Hugh Jackman, and other great Western stars, this is definitely the magazine for you.
A beginner's look at Shakespear
I used this book to introduce the story lines to Shakespear's writings. When they were older and ready to read Shakespear, they could concentrate on what was being said than struggling with the story lne and the wording.