John will venture a guess that you may never have heard of "Bull-Dogging". So here you go ...
It's hard to put a publication date on this old unused postcard. Probably late 30s, or 1940s. Definitely prior to 1952 when postage rates went up to 2 cents.
Thank you for stopping by John's Island.
Now that looks a little dangerous to me. I was also interested in how "bronco" is spelled -- that has changed over the years, too. Thanks for sharing this, John. :-)ReplyDelete
The rodeos are always a hoot to watch, but very dangerous for some of the cowboys!ReplyDelete
yes, i've heard of it living in texas. i have a hard time with rodeoing just for the sake of rodeoing. part of the culture here, though.ReplyDelete
(zim is 22; gem, my gray mare, is 26)
A bit too risky for me. : )ReplyDelete
I actually have heard that term.We used to watch rodeos on Tv,but always enjoyed the bull riding the most.ReplyDelete
Never have understood the pastime...and I'm a Texan.ReplyDelete
Exciting, yes! Looks quite dangerous as well!ReplyDelete