Sunday, October 24, 2004

Dodge City, Kansas

We Made It!!!!


Anonymous said...

I am so proud of all of you. I have kept up daily with your website. Thanks for the good work and the pictures. At times I felt I was with you. I saw the train when it came thru my town and tears came to my eyes-what a wonderful sight. I just wished I could have been with you. Take care and thanks again.

Anonymous said...

It is so great to see so many nice people doing such a good job preserving Texas history. The cattle drives are as important to Texas as the Alamo. Both were needed for Texas to survive. I am proud to be a native Texan and I am proud of all that had anything to do with this cattle drive. I especially want to thank Elderbob for his blog as it enabled us all to keep up with the progress of the drive. Good luck to you all and I will see you on the next cattle drive pardners. C

Anonymous said...

Well, I was in Bandera, Texas when you folks took to the trail and was there for the installation of the Western Trail marker. You all should be commended for your dedication and endurance. I've been keeping track of you off and on throughout your trek. CONGRATULATIONS! --Jean H. from San Antonio

Mustang Bob said...

For a daily journal about the Mustangs on the weatern trail go to

Mustang Bob