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by Patti Dickinson

Author: Patti Dickinson
Subcategory: United States
Language: English
Publisher: Bison Books; 1st edition (August 1, 1999)
Pages: 222 pages
Category: Travels
Rating: 4.9
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Hollywood the Hard Way book. A horseback ride to win a bet, to prove.

Hollywood the Hard Way, a Cowboy's Journey. From Publishers Weekly: A young cowboy accepts a bet to ride from Oklahoma to Hollywood. He has to do it in 50 days, taking only what he can carry on his horse. He crosses raging rivers, endures blistering sandstorms, and survives gunfights with murderous horse thieves. No, it's not the latest Larry McMurtry novel. It's a true story that Patti Dickinson, an Oklahoma native, first heard from a bartender in Montana.

Dickinson, Patti, 1945-. Van Meter, Jerry, Cowboys, Cowboys, Packhorse camping. Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Alethea Bowser on January 20, 2012.

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Dickinson has done a skillful job of bringing twentieth century history alive through the life of an Oklahoma individual whose saga is fascinating.

Hollywood the Hard Way. Patti Dickinson. Coach Tommy Thompson and the Boys of Sequoyah. Four Ordinary Women: A Glorious Friendship of Circumstance. Dickinson has done a skillful job of bringing twentieth century history alive through the life of an Oklahoma individual whose saga is fascinating. Well-written, I found this book to be a great way to enjoy popular history and learned many things I didn't know about the recent past and the people who moved through it. 0. Report. Hollywood the Hard Way. By Thriftbooks. com User, December 5, 1999. a cowboy's journey. Published 1999 by University of Nebraska Press in Lincoln.

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Hollywood Cowboys is the fourteenth studio album by the heavy metal band Quiet Riot. It is their last album with voaclist James Durbin as he left the band in September 2019 and was replaced by previous vocalist Jizzy Pearl

Hollywood Cowboys is the fourteenth studio album by the heavy metal band Quiet Riot. It is their last album with voaclist James Durbin as he left the band in September 2019 and was replaced by previous vocalist Jizzy Pearl. It is their first album to be released since drummer Frankie Banali's pancreatic cancer diagnosis. James Durbin – lead and background vocals. Alex Grossi – guitars. Chuck Wright – electric and upright bass. Frankie Banali – drums, percussion.

But as with any journey, it's the trip that counts, not merely the destination. narrator Nelson manages to keep this slice of Americana interesting by knowing that listeners are not themselves on a race to the finish. An easy listen, well paced. Library Ed., Books in Motion, 2000.

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A fifteen-hundred-mile horseback ride to win a bet, to prove a point, to honor tradition? It sounds like a tale straight out of the Wild West: a man, a horse, a grueling ride halfway across the country. The bet is between Jimmy Wakely, Hollywood singing cowboy, and Rolla Goodnight, Oklahoma cattle rancher and cousin of legendary cattleman Charles Goodnight. Frank “Pistol Pete” Eaton, Rolla’s lifelong friend, provides the Osage Indian pony and a Colt .45. Rolla’s twenty-year-old grandson, Jerry Van Meter, is the man they are betting on. Jerry must ride from Guthrie, Oklahoma, to Hollywood, California, in fifty days, taking only what he can carry on his horse. He sets out on May 4, 1946, bound for Hollywood—the hard way. Unfolding against the backdrop of a changing postwar America, this true tale of adventure takes you back to a different time on a journey you will not soon forget.