Linda-Lou Howarth

Linda-Lou Howarth enjoys the scenery while driving on Highway 97 to visit a friend and as the last shadows of the day fall comes across her rancher husband herding cows.

Meandering through a beautiful fall in the Chilcotin

Friday, Sept. 28, I drove to Cariboo Flats to visit the Ganos, our daughter Melodie`s family, a beautiful drive this time of year!

Linda-Lou Howarth enjoys the scenery while driving on Highway 97 to visit a friend and as the last shadows of the day fall comes across her rancher husband herding cows.
Ironman Bronc Riding competitors (back from left) Joe Roberson

Ironman Bronc challenge a hit

The Ironman Bronc challenge held in Riske Creek was a smashing success.

Ironman Bronc Riding competitors (back from left) Joe Roberson
Kagen Russell

Little gymkhana kids do well

Three young cowboys competed hard on their horses in the gymkhana’s held throughout the 2011 year from May until September.

Kagen Russell
Here Junior Loring grabs hold of the bull’s horn in efforts to take the attention away from fallen rider Cody Antoine

Bull fighting instead of bull riding; Greg Loring still in action

Bull riding. It gets the heart pounding; the rodeo fans are on the edge of their seats; the bulls are restless.

Here Junior Loring grabs hold of the bull’s horn in efforts to take the attention away from fallen rider Cody Antoine
Sheshawna Davis and son Kace

New residents arrive in Riske Creek

The Davis family is welcomed to Riske Creek with a baby shower.

Sheshawna Davis and son Kace
Riley Miller used his cowboy saddle to take first on Saturday at the bronc riding competition held at Jack Palmantier’s Ranch in Riske Creek.

Bucking horse jackpot held at Riske Creek

Cowboys near and far gathered for the Bucking Horse Jackpot held at Jack Palmantier’s ranch at Riske Creek Aug. 27/28.

Riley Miller used his cowboy saddle to take first on Saturday at the bronc riding competition held at Jack Palmantier’s Ranch in Riske Creek.
On the final day of the clinic everyone went for a two- or three-mile ride. Roger Bacon leads followed by Shalene Charleyboy

Cowboys brush up on horsemanship

It’s five o’clock in the morning and cowboys are starting to stir and roll around in their sleeping bags, reluctantly sitting up and slapping on their cowboy hats and pulling on their riding boots.

On the final day of the clinic everyone went for a two- or three-mile ride. Roger Bacon leads followed by Shalene Charleyboy
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