Join me, Bobbi Jean Bell your "OutWest Scout," for a musical adventure that takes us from Eastern California to Wyoming and Arizona, an on to Northern California. We'll explore the jewels of our National Parks. Our trail mix is one part Death Valley, one part Yellowstone, one part Grand Canyon and one part Yosemite. Imagine you are enjoying this savory snack as the sun rises, or sets, or under a full moon and star studded sky. Grab your favorite beverage, (I suggest water) put on your best hiking boots, and sun protection as we are leaving the famous Furnace Creek Ranch in Death Valley. I've got the trail mix and the map - let's go!
OutWest Shop Announces 30 DEALS 30 DAYS
Fundraising campaign for "It's A Cowboy I Will Be" Documentary sponsored by The Cowboy Way Trio. Here's how you can participate! From midnight May 18 -midnight June 16, 2019 a new DEAL is posted on the OutWest Shop Facebook Page. Limited quantity - don't dally! 50% of the retail price is donated to the INDIEGOGO Campaign https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/it-s-a-cowboy-i-will-be-documentary.
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DEAL #1 DAY #`1 - midnight Saturday, May 18!
The countdown to National Day of the Cowboy, July 28, 2018 continues! To celebrate and honor this special day, enjoy a rebroadcast of our tribute to the Cowboy originally broadcast July 27, 2017. CAMPFIRE CAFE welcomes multi award winning singer/songwriter MARY KAYE. "Cowboys-A Documentary Portrait" film producer BUD FORCE is the featured guest on SADDLE UP AMERICA.
Join hosts Gary Holt and Western Horseman Magazine's
Jennifer Denison for 2 hours of entertaining music and conversation.
Counting down to this week's July 28th annual celebration of the National Day of the Cowboy, Mary Etta Morse interviews OutWest's "BJ" for the OutWest Scout, They chat about their favorite Western movie, TOMBSTONE, celebrating its 25th Anniversary. BJ reflects on her memories of the film and the impact it had on her. She shares favorite quotes as well as insights on Tombstone's history.
OutWest Scout writer, Abraham Hatfield, muses on the annual family celebration of his Grandad's birthday celebration. Born on the 5th of July, his Grandad was affectionatley referred to as a "leftover firecracker."