Bruneau Cowboy Christmas !Posted Tuesday, November 10, 2009, at 2:44 PM
If you like horses, and you like Western "things".... or if you just like Christmas..... This is the event for you! I go to this 'Bazaar" in Bruneau religiously. I'm so excited that it's next weekend. Nov 20 and 21. Do not make the mistake thinking that this is just a small town country bumpkin bazaar. Amazingly, this is one of THE best in the Western States.
There will be Artists from several of the neighboring states, with all kinds of Art & Crafts. Every year I am amazed at the talent that is brought in. I never seem to have enough money to go 'round. This year will no doubt be the same.
I started going a few years ago, after I was invited by a young friend of mine. Becky Miller has wiggled her way into my heart starting years ago, when she was helping at the 4-H Horse Show as a young/teen adult. She worked hard and was the epitome of a 4-H/Ranch raised young adult. Respectful and always courteous. That her last name is Miller is just a coincidence. And that her mother's name is Jessie Miller is an even more eerie coincidence, but coincidence just the same. I love her as my own, name or not. Come meet her!
I just thought that rather than bring pictures to show after the fact, I would give you a "Heads Up" and invite you to join me.
Sunday morning will also be a Cowboy Church service, that is worth the drive. Come join me for one of the areas finest Western events ... have a snack and visit with the Artists. I don't think you would be sorry, and if you are... lemme know about it...and we can discuss it!
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I am interested in this Community, County, and the beautiful state of Idaho. Most of my photos will be in Idaho, but from time to time, they will be my vacations aay from Idaho. You'll see lots of my Children and Grand children, along with others in my family. Of course there will be horses and horse related things, and things I photo'd horseback.