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Cowboys & Indians November/December 2018

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(PHOTOGRAPHY: ERIKA HAIGHT)A Hankerin’ for AdrenalineWriter and photographer Erika Haight visits a youth bull-riding workshop in Grass Range, Montana, as its students learn the basics of the toughest sport on earth. Search “bull-riding” at cowboysindians.com.25th Anniversary GiveawayThe final giveaway of our anniversary year is custom-made for epic adventures. Turn to page 130 to find out how to win a 2019 Polaris Ranger XP 1000 EPS.C&I Classics: Burt ReynoldsVisit our new-and-improved website to find C&I’s archival interviews with the late icon Burt Reynolds, who died in September at age 82. Search “Reynolds” to find them.New Western: The DivideIf you are looking for a fresh, thoughtfully made western film, try actor-director Perry King’s well-reviewed flick The Divide. We’ve got a Q & A with the star about his movie — search “Perry…

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Wendy Wilkinson, Writer, “25 Who Love to Ride” (page 110)The gift of a lifetime was given to my husband and me more than 23 years ago when we traveled to China to adopt our daughter. Just 4 months old, Alex had started her life in an orphanage in the loving hands of a Chinese caretaker, who placed her into my welcoming outstretched arms. We went back to the beautiful White Swan Hotel where her crib was a dresser drawer filled with towels and her bathtub the bathroom sink. Later that night we read to her a book of baby affirmations, and she looked up and smiled at us — forever and always.Ian Neligh, Writer, “A Man of His Words” (page 156)Mark Twain is quoted as saying “Against the assault of…

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a mini master class

IN THE FINAL DAYS OF PRODUCTION ON this edition, we were hit with the sad news of Burt Reynolds’ passing. Whenever we lose an icon of such prominence, we think not just about the life’s work left behind, but what that work told us about ourselves — what we value and believe in.We appreciated the way Reynolds lived out loud, and how his zest for life manifested itself in the projects he took on. Through mischievous smiles and wisecracks in Smokey and the Bandit and The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, we saw a dude with a golden heart who wasn’t afraid to let loose and make a little trouble.Even when Reynolds tackled darker themes for critically acclaimed films such as Boogie Nights and The Last Movie Star, there was…

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Give It Up For GilGil Birmingham is a man who’s completely at ease in his own skin and his smile seems to be saying “I am who I am,” with just a little mischief behind it as he’s nonchalantly leaning against the fence. Personally, I love to see a man who looks so good in his Westernwear and is proud to be Native American.With every issue, I feel like I’m getting a continued education on the West, whether it’s pottery, paintings, films, apparel and jewelry, or cowboys and Indians. The August/September issue is no exception: lots to read and love about the West, history or present. Thank you for a wonderful magazine, and congratulations on your 25th anniversary!I can’t help but smile when I look at Gil on the cover;…

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the open range

TOPPING THINGS OFFSpecial orders are what Jimmy “the Hat Man” Harrison does best. As founder and master hatter of the Double H Hat Company in Darby, Montana, he’ll help you find the hat style that best suits your face shape and shoulder width, and then build you a bold topper to fit your personality. You can choose from various felt colors and embellishments, and he’ll even inlay your monogram or brand. So why not celebrate this new year in style, sporting the likes of a custom chocolate Gus (contact for pricing) with a hitched horsehair band and leather lacing? doublehhats.comCOWBOY ESSENTIALThis new custom design by Clint Orms perfectly exemplifies the silversmith’s mastery of his craft. Featuring a hand-engraved four-piece silver buckle set with yellow gold flowers and gemstone accents on…

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on the horizon

THE GREATEST GIFT OF ALL IS LOVE, BUT FOR US, TURQUOISE JEWELRY IS A PRETTY CLOSE SECOND.1 Sand-cast sterling silver and turquoise squash blossom necklace with matching blossom earrings ($647 for set), wyominghome.com2 Sterling silver cow skull bolo inset with Kingman turquoise by Navajo silversmith Ray Tracey ($950), sorrelsky.com3 Navajo Kingman turquoise cuff (contact for price), spiritofsantafe.com4 Oversize Royston turquoise ring by Mud Lowery ($325), mudlowery.comARTISAN AND EXOTIC STATEMENT ACCESSORIES MAKE PERFECT GIFTS FOR BOTH HER AND HIM.1 William Henry limited-edition knife ($1,650), maverickwesternwear.com2 Mas Grande turquoise ring/scarf slide ($398) and paisley wild rag ($64), britwest.net3 Hand-engraved sterling silver money loop ($275), shoprewards.com4 Leather cuff with jasper stones and an antique Navajo concho ($225), etsy.com/shop/kirpachbrayclets.com5 Rebel by Durango elephant-embossed faux exotic ropers ($159.99), durangoboots.com6 Kingman turquoise hand-stamped ring ($499), spiritofsantafe.com7…