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A Two-Gun Cyclone

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A Two-Gun Cyclone

"A Two-Gun Cyclone" by B.E. Denton, Reminiscences of a Texas cowboy's life, written when he was in his seventies. My parents lived in Dallas, Texas from the mid to late 1930s. It was there they met and became friends with B.E. "Cyclone" Denton. I'd heard some of the tales of Cyclone Denton, mostly from my mother. She told me about his time with Buffalo Bill Cody in his "Wild West Show" and how he was so quick with his 2 six-guns that he carried. I remember writing a school paper about what I knew then about him and the skepticism...

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"Rambling Outdoors" by Lloyd Barnhart

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"Rambling Outdoors" by Lloyd Barnhart

I just love this book! It brings back so many memories. Lloyd "Barney" Barnhart and I grew up in different parts of the country but his stories could have taken place in Kentucky as easily as the Catskill Mountains of New York.If the words, “My Grandfather’s House” causes something to stir within you and maybe jogs a memory or two, I know you’ll also love this book. From “Story Time” in which he recounts the experience of Grandpa Barney telling a story to his grandson, to “One Last River to Run” in which he acknowledges his mortality, he tells stories...

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