The Durango Kid could ride a horse and sometimes rope a steer, and he’d gone on spring roundup often enough to know nearly all there was to know about it.
The Durango Kid could ride a horse and sometimes rope a steer, and he’d gone on spring roundup often enough to know nearly all there was to know about it. But he’d never before worked with five hundred bawling, snorting cattle in a corral, and that was his job on spring roundup this year. The day began well enough. He and his old horse Geronimo rounded up a batch of cattle and drove them to the corral without a hitch. But when it came time to sort out the herd, the Kid’s troubles began — in the shape of two angry steers. Cowboy buffs and children everywhere will be delighted by this warmhearted and amusing story and by Myron Wood’s stunning photographs, which capture all the exciting detail of spring roundup on a ranch in the West. Hardcover with 51 pages, photographs by Myron Wood, published by Doubleday & Co, New York. Very good condition with the following notes: This is a retired library book and there are stamps and a pocket on the front inside cover; there is a protective sleeve over the dust cover and there is a label on the back, spine and front. Inside pages are in excellent condition, c1966.
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