Saturday’s and Sunday’s Guests


Darlings, riding down the trail, pushing a herd of cattle comes Molly Noble Bull. She’s stopping by here on Saturday to give us the low-down on the Cowboy of South Texas. She’ll tell us why they’re the way they are. Molly’s a Texas rancher and knows a thing or two about those cowpokes we love.


georgina_and_sam.jpgThe fantastic, well-renowned Georgina Gentry will arrive on Sunday. We’re quite agog to have such a talented lady of her caliber come to Wildflower Junction. You might notice the great Sam Elliott on her arm in this photo. I do declare, they are quite handsome together! Oh my dear heavens, yes! The Fillies are working themselves into a frenzy to make sure Miss Georgina has the time of her life and will return to her home with tales of the warm hospitality we’ve shown.

Please stop by on Saturday for Miss Molly and return again for Miss Georgina on Sunday. You’ll get a double treat!

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When I'm not keepin' all these Fillies in line, I'm practicing my roping so I can catch me a cowboy. Me and Jasper (my mule) are two peas in a pod. Both of us are as crotchety as all get-out.

3 thoughts on “Saturday’s and Sunday’s Guests”

  1. Gollee! I wouldn’t have recognized Sam if you hadn’t a told me! I don’t recall ever seeing him without a moustache. Even when I clicked on the photo to get a larger pic, I had to place my hand over the lower part of his face before I ‘knew’ him. Sam Elliott is one of my all-time cowboy heroes. Thanks for the photo.

  2. Wow!! Georgina Gentry — Great books.

    Wow and double wow to Sam Elliott. Does he not have the greatest voice of all time and look at that beautiful hair. He needs to keep the moustache.

    Have a great day!

  3. Hi,
    My interview doesn’t include a photo of Sam Elliott, but it does include a photo of my maternal grandfather, Seth —. I can’t tell his last name because bankers use information like when discussing accounts. Not that I have any money to worry about.
    Granddaddy ran the Santa Rosa Ranch in South Texas for forty years, but he was no actor. He lived the kind of life that Sam Elliott and John Wayne played on the movie screen.
    Oh, the stories I could tell.
    See you tomorrow.
    Molly Noble Bull

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