Stories of the New Mexico Range
By Stephen Zimmer
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This book is a collection of exciting stories about working cowboy adventures in the big ranch country of northeastern New Mexico. Set in a land far removed from modern urban life, the cowpunchers in these stories ride the range much as their predecessors did over a hundred years ago. Ride with them through bronc rides, stampedes, and brandings and experience the romance and tradition of the cow country that still lives in the Southwest.
“Zimmer is a life-long student of cowboy history. He knows how to tell a good story and his stories about the day to day adventures of ranch cowboys are as true as have ever been told.” —Darrell Arnold, Publisher/Editor, Cowboy Magazine
“Cowboy Days is an entertaining collection, written in the language of the American Southwest and documenting an important part of cowboy culture. This book is something to hold on to for future generations.” —A.J. Mangum, former Editor, Western Horseman
“Steve Zimmer’s stories of life horseback in today’s New Mexico cow country are reminiscent of Will James.” —Don Reeves, McCasland Chair of Cowboy Culture, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum
Stephen Zimmer comes from four generations of West Texas cattle ranchers. Beginning in 1976 he spent twenty five years as Director of Museums at New Mexico’s Philmont Scout Ranch and now lives on his Double Z Bar Ranch outside of Cimarron where he writes about western art and cowboy life. His articles have appeared in Cowboy Magazine, Western Horseman, New Mexico Magazine, and Wild West among others. His latest book, Parker’s Colt: A Novel of New Mexico Ranch Life, was also published by Sunstone Press.
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