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story starter: Darlene Kirkpatrick
genre:western.
writers: Darlene Kirkpatrick
story type: write around
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can it be nominated to be a fb story:no
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He walked slowly down the hill. His spurs jingled with each step. He looked every inch the cowboy he was. Worn out jeans covered partially by tooled leather chaps, a stetson, custom boots, and a western cut shirt with pearl buttons. The boots were custom by need, not vanity. A bull had shattered his left instep, making store bought boots an impossibility. His gun belt swung slightly loose at his hips.

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He was a real cowboy, working his ranch day in-day out. The bull that injured him was not one he was crazy enough to ride like some young hands did now in the town's rodeo. He was breeding stock, a necessary pain in the bottom on a working ranch.

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At the bottom of the hill he came upon the problem at hand. Someone had cut the barbed wire fence and a calf was snared in the loose coil of barbed wire so entangled that it was gonna take awhile to free it. He pulled on his heavy gloves and went to work softly whistling a pleasant tune to calm the calf while he was at it.


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The frightened calf tried to bolt as soon as he had freed it. "Now, hold on there, little fella. I gotta check you out and make sure you're ok.


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