While NASA was sending a man to the moon, this cowboy was still roping cows, branding calves, shoeing horses, packing mules, and blowing up the washing machine. Collected here are a series of triumphs and tribulations from a life in the cow country of Montana. Filled with humor, information,and a little suspense, this book will engage anyone who is drawn to cowboys, horses, and the Old West.
Says C. J: This is the real deal, and written by somebody who knows how to put pen to paper and rope a calf. And if you want a good, solid edu-ma-cation on real live cattle ranching, do visit his his website, Montana Cowboy College.
ABOUT COWBOY AUTHOR KENT HANAWALT
Kent cowboyed in Montana for 20 years, shoeing, breaking horses, packing, and riding, before having a wreck with a team of horses that left him with a broken back.
He had always made his living with that back, but it seemed that now was the time for him to start using his head. Kent put himself through college working as a Paramedic in Great Falls, graduating with a degree in Health Care Administration. Over the next ten years he worked as a hospital CEO, nursing home administrator, and received his MBA.
He is currently the managing partner of the family ranch, takes occasional assignments as an interim administator, and writes.
(This is showing the back cover, for some reason. -C.J.)