Cooking with Joe

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At 82 years old, there are few things that Joe Cannon hasn't mastered. All the typical cowboy tricks of course, how to ride a horse, how to move cattle, how to lasso a coyote, how to survive on biscuits and canned plums for a week in the snow when you're only 8 years old and ...

The Vaquero Dictionary

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So you think you speak Spanish? Well, if you're planning to go and spend any time on a ranch in Mexico, whether you're going to visit on holiday, work there, or even study from an anthropological perspective, there are some Vaquero words that you'll have to add to your dictionary in order to survive. Vaquero/a - ...

Sue Gessey: The Woman who Uses Reiki, Flower Remedies & Body Language to Heal Horses

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Sue Gessey is the co-founder of the Animal Healing Trust, a non-profit charity in the West Midlands that provides a loving home for 28 horses, looking after not just their physical, but emotional and spiritual well-being. 1) How did the Animal Healing Trust start? It started by accident! I had 2 horses Billy and Daisy that I ...

The Old Jameson Distillery

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The little distillery on Bow Street in Dublin dates back to 1780, but it wasn't until 1810 that it officially became the John Jameson & Son’s Bow Street Distillery. The distillery was considered to be a city within a city as it was home to a distillery, smithy, cooperage (for making the barrels), saw mills, engineers, carpenters, painters ...