6 Can’t-Miss Tips for Lassoing A Cowboy

Own a pet

Make it a sweet, goofy dog if at all possible. (A horse might be a bit too on the nose.)

 

Move to a small town

Suburbs and cities are generally not hospitable to horses or large herds of cattle.

 

Invest in denim

Simple, washable clothing is best. Also, a good dry cleaner may be hard to find.

 

Hang out at diners and roadhouses

Be seen drinking black coffee or draft beer—beverages that are poured, not “crafted.”

 

Give him something to fix or build

Arrange to get a flat tire on the road to his ranch, or muse loudly about a barn you need raised.

 

Cook outdoors whenever possible

Fun fact: cowboys are easily lured by the smell of barbecue, though a pie cooling on a windowsill will work in a pinch.

 

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Plain Refuge by Janice Kay Johnson 

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