Known for doing things decidedly un-normal, the Saturday Morning Group Lesson people debate on an imaginative feat to try in the next GROUP LESSON.
They decide to look back in time when the horse was everything. What did groups of people do with horses in the early 1900's?
Remember, nothing is new; adventures with horses are so old, many adventures have been forgotten.
Let us go fast doing something imaginative in a group activity. The group ponders and searches old records.
One still pouts. She wants to be a COWGIRL STAR!
The others leave, making plans to start riding in a standing position.
The one reaches for the research material again, trying to find her special niche. Something "real cowgirls" did...something amazing...something special.
COULD THIS BE IT?
All images from highly collectible picture postcards of the early 1900s. The stories of the cowgirls and their unbelievable feats are told in the book,
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