Old Horses and New

Before running out of reasons not to sell his trusty mount, Randal Sumner had explored most angles, including the stage presence emanating from a beaten up vehicle. “People don’t want to hire a guide that has more money than they do; clients like to feel the fee they pay is making the poor bugger’s trailer payment, ‘and here’s few extra dollars for some corn liquor.'” In the Yakima [Washington] Herald.

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