The Pataha Rustlers do the Fair, part 2

As many of you already know, the Pataha Rustlers did a booth at the Columbia County Fair this past weekend.  We saw a lot of people, we even talked to quite a few of them; hopefully spreading the word about the great organization of SASS and the existence of our little club here in Dayton.  It was pretty fun, and as far as scoring goes, we earned a champion blue ribbon, having only missed the full 100 points by three.

A big ‘thank you’ goes out to Shalako Tucker and Pinto Annie, who lent us the use of their footage from Winter Range, the entire movie setup, and who also came down in their gear to help us run things in the afternoons.  The Doc and I are really grateful for that.  Another big set of ‘thank you’s go out to the cowboy shooters who graciously allowed us to use their photographs for the furtherment of our sport.

And, as I know you all are pretty curious, here are some pictures:


The first two pictures are of the layout of our booth; we had cowboy shooter pictures on the walls, along with a historical bit of info about the “Outlaws of Dayton,” (the fair theme was “County Roots & Cowboy Boots”), as well as some colorful advertisements for the SASS Convention.  The third picture is of our booth theme: “Celebrate our county’s cowboy roots: Relive the Old West with us.”  And the last picture is of our information table with the blue ribbon on it.

Herdin’ books,

Published in: on September 12, 2008 at 7:48 am  Comments Off on The Pataha Rustlers do the Fair, part 2  
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