“Well, great,” Meg said faintly. “Go for it.” And they did. ... Meg never did find the coffeepot. She bought them lunch at the nearest drive-in, ... He was a cowboy but Meg didn't care. Maybe she would never drive again.
said, “I assumed that Meg was going to start riding soon?” “Yes.” It was time. “Maybe she can start doing half-days ... Even though Bill was farther along, he'd probably have Meg start Carl first. He knew she was a decent horsewoman, ...
The Nooraar Fulra Meg.co. ... African-American cowboy Bill Pickett invented the technique called "bulldogging" in which he rode alongside a calf, dismounted, and immobilized the animal by biting it on its lower lip.
CAST: Randolph Scott (Mark Rowley), Ann Richards (Henryetta Alcott), George “Gabby” Hayes (Coyote), Ray Collins (Colonel Farewell), James Warren (John Rowley), Morgan Conway (Bill Hampton), Virginia Sale (Meg), John Halloran (Hank ...
“So, set people straight or send that cowboy on down the road.” “He's Meg's dad.” Silence. Lacey looked from Cody to Meg, and then back to Bailey. For some reason, Bailey had ... And that's what broke brother Bill's balloon.” “What?
insisted on doing more than paying the bill. A side door opened, and Brad and Meg came in, followed by Ashley and Melissa, fresh from Ashley's open house at the ... she'd stitched in a cowboy Santa Claus, strumming a guitar.
Meg leaned forward another half inch, and Clay's tongue slipped out to wet his lips. She dropped her wallet. ... He'd taken out his wallet and placed enough cash on the table to cover their bill and a sizable tip.
Bill took her hand in his own, looking down at it he said softly, “I love you, Meg. You are like a daughter to me . . . it would about kill this cowboy if anything were to happen to you. Do you know that?” He grinned at her. “I know.
Brave Cowboy Bill . Very large type , pictures in color by Richard Scarry . Simon and Schuster , Inc. , 1950 , Little Golden Book , 25 € . Bill is a little daring cowboy who takes part in many exciting activities on the Bar H Ranch .
The stocky, mustached Bill Diaz stepped into the room, wire-rimmed glasses perched on his hawklike nose and ... When they'd last spoken as she packed her car on Saturday morning— before Meg's SOS to help with Davy's riding lesson— ...