The week's activities included a presentation on John Wayne, Wild West Bingo, a bolo tie
making craft, the opportunity to ride horses at The Hanson Center and a presentation on Western artists Georgia O'Keeffe and Frederic Remington.
On Tuesday, he attended the event wearing a cowboy hat, a bolo tie
, a white polo and a pair of pants accented by a cowboy belt with a gold and silver buckle.
A version worn by men, known as a bolo tie
, is frequently worn as part of Native American western apparel in place of a conventional necktie.
In his office, the gallerist in Lincoln showed me a Bolo tie
he was given by the artist, with a totally convincing ceramic art eraser, worn corners and all, as its moveable closure.
Meanwhile, I have only recently returned from Austin's SXSW festival, where one would feel overdressed in a bolo tie
, and where the only "protocol" seems to be a high amount of alcohol consumption in the various downtown watering holes.
Here's a scientist wearing a bolo tie
featuring a ladybug the size of a tennis ball.
Lawmakers in the Grand Canyon State already have some official items: the bolo tie
(neckwear), the Apache trout (fish), the Arizona Tree Frog (amphibian) and the Colt single-action Army revolver (firearm).
Recently, I started reading up on toxic mold dementia after a Florida judge berated me for about five minutes for wearing a bolo tie
in his courtroom.
We shot it just the other day, and it features me in a cowboy hat and bolo tie
asking Texas Gov.
An unshaved Cohen, sporting a fedora and bolo tie
, wryly noted that he never won a Grammy for any of his recordings.
In "Fiesta at Santa Fe" amid a throng of people a man in a hat and bolo tie
leans over to hear his companion who is pointing to an object in the background.
I am nervous and running my fingers up and down the strings of my bolo tie