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www.westernsontheweb.com Has added this section of wonderful Western Travel Vacation Destinations videos. Enjoy these are great !

Meet Western TV and Movies Stars Oct. 11-13 McKinney, Texas Spirit of the Cowboy Festival.

Spirit of the Cowboy ( Western Festival ) McKinney, Texas October 2013.

Robert Fuller of “Laramie”, “Wagon Train”, “Emergency!” Alex Cord of “Grayeagle”, “Laramie”, “Stagecoach”, “Branded”, “Air Wolf” Ken Farmer of “Silverado”, James Drury of “The Virginian”, Roberta Shore of “The Virginian” (Betsy), Don Quine of “The Virginian”, Paul Petersen of “The Virginian”, “Big Valley”, “Custer”, “Iron Horse”, “F-Troop”, “The Donna Reed Show”, Anne Lockhart of “Dr Quinn Medicine Woman”, “Kung-Fu The Legend Continues”, “Donner Pass”, “Death Valley Days”, Gary Clarke of “The Virginian”, “Wagon Train”, “Gunsmoke”, “Laramie”, Burton Gilliam of “Back to the Future III ”

Watch Wild West Toys General store video
Wild West Toys has been a manufacturer of American Made Western Toys since 2000 . Here is a wonderful video segment The Texas Country Reporter show with Bob Phillips did on Wild West Toys in September of 2007 .

Upstairs at the Mansion in Terlingua Texas

Big Bend Ranch State Park in Texas

Gruene Apple Inn – Gruene Texas

Each room at Gruene Apple has its own story, told by the furniture, art and little personal touches that create an atmosphere of retreat from daily life. The lobby, library, dining room and theme bedrooms are filled with items collected by Linda and Lloyd over their 46 years of marriage and travel.
Add the gourmet cooking skills of both Ki and Linda to the cozy elegance of each room, and guests are in for an enchanting stay at Central Texas’ premier destination bed and breakfast.

Peters Bros Hat company

Peters Brothers is downtown Fort Worth they opened in 1911 . www.pbhats.com. 909 Houston Street, Fort Worth Texas 76102 . Phone number 817-335-1715

A full hatrack of presidents has received “Shady Oak” Western lids that were originally fashioned for former Star-Telegram Publisher Amon Carter Sr. Inside the crown of every one of the custom hats are the slogans “The Texas Hat” and “Where the West Begins.” The company was founded by Greek immigrants Jim and Tom Peters in 1911. They got their start in business shining shoes in Waco during an annual festival, and with $600 in savings, they opened a shoeshine parlor in a tiny wooden building in downtown Fort Worth, according to the company’s website.

During World War I, business was so good that they expanded and had 36 men shining shoes on two shifts. The brothers also operated a hat renovation department.

In 1921, Tom Peters learned how to make hats while working for John B. Stetson in Philadelphia. He then returned to Fort Worth and started making custom hats.

Read more here: http://www.star-telegram.com/2013/11/13/5334745/obituary-joe-peters-sr-carried.html#storylink=cpy

Read more here: http://www.star-telegram.com/2013/11/13/5334745/obituary-joe-peters-sr-carried.html#storylink=cpy

Read more here: http://www.star-telegram.com/2013/11/13/5334745/obituary-joe-peters-sr-carried.html#storylink=cpy

Palo Duro Canyon State Park Cabins to stay in

Bob Phillips Escondida Resort in Texas

Bamberger Ranch Nature Preserve

Visit historic Hotel Turkey
re-live the days of the old west. Built in 1927, guests can stay there and learn about local history. Phone: 806-423-1151. Box 37, Turkey, Texas 79261

Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody Wyoming

Knotts Berry Farm Ghost Town Theme Park

William S. Hart Park and Mansion Museum in Newhall California

Fred Harman Red Ryder Museum in Pagosa Springs Colorado

Legend of Coyote Rock 1945.