The Cowboy Country Television DVD
Season 2, 3 DVD Set
Enjoy the full 13-half hour episodes of Season Two of Cowboy Country Television with our 3-disk DVD set. Each episode was filmed completely in high definition television on location in B.C., Alberta and Saskatchewan.
A definite collector’s item!
Season two is SOLD OUT, but is available as a reproduction piece.
Each DVD and case will be identical to the original but will not come shrink wrapped.
$75.00 (plus $5 shipping & handling) + GST
Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery.
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Silversmith Troy Fischer crafts the sterling silver Cowboy Country Television belt buckle; the life of TrailBlazer Kootenai Brown is portrayed, we profile renowned rodeo photographer Mike Copeman; we cook up a batch of Mexican Green Chilli and tour the stunning home of artist Paul Van Ginkel.
Working cowgirl Marlene Wilson of B.C. is profiled, we pay homage to TrailBlazer Antoine Boitanio, we pay a visit to The Richard’s Clan, and we create the wonderful Lucasia Ranch Breakfast and enter the world of artist Bernie Brown.
We feature artist and musician Al Owchar; a profile on our TrailBlazer George Lane of Alberta, pay a visit to cowboy and auctioneer Duane Daines, say ole’ to Taco Salad and visit the home of Dee Butterfield.
Renowned singer, songwriter, musician and Hall of Fame inductee Gary Fjellgaard is profiled, our TrailBlazer is renowned horseman Clem Gardner, we go down the road with a beautiful home on wheels – an Elite Trailer, fry up a batch of Tastes Like Fried Chicken Chicken, and profile Alberta cowboy, rancher and movie horseman Tom Bews.
A visit to the studio of captivating artist Dale Auger, our TrailBlazer is the great frontiersman Jerry Potts, we visit Cowboy Country Clothing down in Nanton, make up some Jump 'N Kick Dip and visit with Six-time rodeo Announcer of the Year, Joe Braniff.
We enter the rodeo arena with bullfighter Scott Byrne, our TrailBlazer is the gentle giant Brahma bull General Pilsner, singer/songwriter Eli Barsi is profiled; we bake up some Lil Cheddar Meat Loaves and visit the historic O'Keefe Ranch.
Living Legend bucking horse Coyote is highlighted, our TrailBlazer is famed mountain man Bill Peyto, we hoe down at the Great Canadian Barn Dance, create the culinary sensation, Hat Creek Buffalo Stew and drop in for a visit with artist and cowboy, Don Brestler.
We profile Living Legend Winston Bruce, marvel at the TrailBlazer career of Canada’s greatest bucking horse, Midnight, visit the home of horseman Tom Bews, make potatoes heavenly with our recipe for Bar C Ranch Style Wedges and profile artists Shane and Allan Seib.
Our show opens with a profile on famed rancher Lenore McLean, Trailblazer mountain guide and outfitter Johnny Boychuk, visit the Cowboy Way with rodeo pick up men – and brothers - Jeff and Jason Resch and Gary and Wade Rempel, we bubble up some great Stonehill Ranch Chilli and visit a spell with the Tale Spinners.
We drop in at the eclectic Aust General Store, feature the pioneer photographer and TrailBlazer Geraldine Moodie, listen to the great western music of Latigo, bake up some tasty Barn Beans and profile Pro Champion horse equipment.
No season would be complete without the artistry of trick riders The Thurston Gang, our TrailBlazer is artist and writer Will James. We profile the fascinating life of Lori Gordon, make a batch of Bar U Secret Ribs, and admire the O’Connor Home of the West.
Bob Kaufman gives us a chance to ponder Range conservation, our TrailBlazer is western music great Bob Nolan, we visit with Living Legend Bob Robinson, bake up some Buttermilk Biscuits and tour the Rolyn Hills Guest Ranch.
Teen music sensation Brett Kissel is profiled, our TrailBlazer is the Hall of Fame bucking horse Airwolf, we profile rodeo competitor and horse breeder Dee Butterfield, bake up a batch of Cow Patty Cookies and visit Indian Gardens Ranch in the B.C. interior.