They Always Were Cowboys
Roy Rogers & Trigger
King of the Cowboys
John Wayne
We Need His Kind
More Than Ever  
Right Now
Ronald Wilson Reagan
America's Best
"Freedom is a fragile thing and is never more than
one generation away from extinction. It is not ours
by inheritance; it must be fought for and defended
constantly by every generation, for it comes only
once to a people. Those who have known freedom
and then lost it , have never known it again."
                                                            - Ronald Reagan
Richard Farnsworth
A man with a western heart
My favorite Farnsworth character was Dodger from
"Comes a Horseman".
In this role he perfectly portrayed the heart and soul of the
western cattleman and rancher. One cannot help but love
this capable, wise and gentle character.

When confronted with the certainty of his imminent death,
Dodger chose to meet his end with dignity and pride - the
same way he had lived his life. After living with terminal
cancer,  Mr. Farnsworth chose his ending at his ranch in
Lincoln, New Mexico.

Richard Farnsworth's carreer spanned six decades. He
was a Hollywood stuntman and actor who appeared in
nearly 100 films. He is an inductee into  the National
Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum.

Vaya Con Dios