And she relished swapping the corsets of posh Lady Mary Crawley for a rifle and a 10-gallon hat
Oregon earned a tip of the 10-gallon hat
from the Cowboys.
THURSDAY Buchanan Rides Alone (1958) (Film4, 11am) Randolph Scott was rarely out of chaps and a 10-gallon hat
during his career - he looked like a cowboy so much and played one so often that people probably thought that's what he did for a living.
The picture she clearly wants to paint of herself--a rootin'-tootin' Texas gal who strides into her Syracuse seminars sporting a 10-gallon hat
and a pet rattlesnake named Lyndon--seems very little less artificially constructed than the tough-guy persona of James Frey or, more recently, the crackhead-with-a-soul-of-gold version of himself Bill Clegg has sold in two successful memoirs" STEVE DONOGHUE
BIG-HITTING Steve Kent will swap the committee rooms of a Welsh council for the 10-gallon hat
and oil wells of Dallas, Texas - thanks to his incredibly long golf drives.
Humphrey's 10-gallon hat
, goatee, black vest and spurs are a tourist favorite at Sombrero Ranches, east of Rocky Mountain National Park, where they have 20 draft horses, including Belgians and Percherons, and 25 draft horses mixes.
You shoulda seen his jacket: gold jacquard with a black silk tie, 10-gallon hat
, and a very sharp pair of cowboy boots.
Robert Burck, the Big Apple's infamous Naked Cowboy who plays guitar in his underwear and a 10-gallon hat
, said that he's the real deal while naked Indian whose real name is Adam David said that tourist spot has room for his gimmick too.
A Texas-set campfest from Robert Harling, who wrote Steel Magnolias, and Darren Star, who created Melrose Place, would have to have a few queers under its 10-gallon hat
So forgive our laughs this week at La Collins photographed as a cowgirl, all sagging chest and tum, all Twiglet legs in boots, all huge sunglasses under a 10-gallon hat
1, is a perfectly timed exhibition that explores the good, the bad and the ugly aspects of America's cowboy mania -- from Buffalo Bill Cody's repackaging of the Wild West into family entertainment, to 10-gallon hat
politics on the campaign trail as practiced by John McCain and Barack Obama.
To Peter Ridsdale: "You must seek out a man chancing to walk past Ninian Park, swilling vodka from a diamond-studded hip-flask or wearing a 10-gallon hat