End of the Line

Bronze Ed. of 25 / ©1998

18"H x 21"L x 14"W


When a Spanish speaker says dar la vuelta he is expressing his wish to go the other way, to turn himself around. If that person is a cowboy, he may be referring to the act of “taking his dallies” as he wraps his rope around the saddle horn in order to slow down a wild bovine who is running hell bent for election. The cowboy-fisherman who takes his dallies to arrest the escape of a big fish is either a talented and lucky man or a person who is prone to stretching the better part of a good story.


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