The Cowboy Country Television DVD
Season 6, 3 DVD Set
Enjoy the full 13-half hour episodes of Season Six 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!
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Get a taste of the luxurious home of the Cowboy Country kitchen, RCMP innovator Stuart Taylor Wood takes our TrailBlazer role and Mel Hyland proves he can ride more than just bucking horses. We’re getting sweet in the kitchen with Honey Mustard Chicken and meet a couple of women who are truly Horse Crazy.
Watercolour artist Gena LaCoste takes us into the world of the West; we pay tribute to Caribou Country’s immortal cowboy Lloyd “Cyclone” Smith and visit the historic Lawrence Ranch in its 122nd year and fifth generation of operation. Barb, Dave and Ash are cooking up Butter Tarts in the Cowboy Kitchen and Cowboy Preacher and Poet Don Wudel puts on a church service fit for cowboy life.
World famous bronze artist Jay Contway takes us into his personal foundry and we honour two-time World Champion Bareback Horse, High Chaparral. We’ll tempt you with Colleen’s Practically Perfect Chocolate Chip Cookies from the Cowboy Country kitchen and take in the festivities of the Kamloops Cowboy Festival.
We catch up with well-rounded cowboy poet, Ed Brown, feature TrailBlazer James Sanderson and artist John de Jong takes us into his hobby that became an obsession. We’re cooking up a breakfast suitable for any Mountain Man and we check out the finest in western hospitality at the South Thompson Inn.
We feature the lifelike and miniature carvings of artist Jordan Straker and take a look back at renowned cowboy artist John Innes. Nicola Valley Ranch’s Mark Elliott is living the dream as a working cowboy, Slumgullion (you’ll just have to watch to find out what it is) is cooking in the kitchen and the Young Home shows a true love of the West.
We visit with cowboy entertainer and author BJ Smith and take a step into the Old West with legendary Montana artist Charlie Russell. We stay in Big Sky Country with Paradise Retreat and Moose Horn Gallery in Montana and taste Yam Brule with Ash, Barb and Dave. We’re finding out everything you ever needed to know about Bosals, too!
Chelsea Cunningham shows off all the different hats she wears: rancher, roper, mom and country music rising star. We honour TrailBlazer Al Stollman and visit a Home of the West that was originally a sheep farm. It’s getting warm in the kitchen with Cajun Crackers and Dip and we’re ropin’ Vaquero style at the Key Ranch with cowboy Keith Stewart.
Check out the western and native art of Nona Foster, rodeo legend Hans Richter and the rustic log furniture of LOGical Creations. The Cowboy Kitchen is going green with Garden Pie and we find out what’s in store for Miss Rodeo Canada.
We explore the art and soul of the Old West at the Charlie Russell Museum, tribute stockman JB Greaves and meet western and wildlife artist John Stone. The clan is back in the kitchen with a dish just loaded with onions for Ash, and we visit a log home that is truly extraordinary.
No bagpipes needed - Cowboy Celtic revel in the roots of western music and Val Haynes, last of the old time cowboys is our TrailBlazer. We’re spicing things up with Hot Chocolate Cake in the Cowboy Kitchen and meet a master in the art of rawhide braiding, Guy Murphy.
Artist Jennifer Mack shows off her talent for capturing the spirit of a horse, we tribute a TrailBlazer for Western women, Marjorie Linthicum, and take a trip down to the Calgary Stampede Ranch with Rocky Ross for some bucking horse pedicures. Barb, Dave and Ash are back at it with Broccoli Salad and we visit a home of the west that’s perfect for horses and humans alike.
Ol’ Ugly entertains us with his mostly good, clean fun. We meet the patriarch of a three- generation Chuckwagon racing legacy, Ron Glass and the ultimate cowgirl, Jerri Duce Phillips shows off her one of a kind trick riding school. We’ve got Corn Bread baking in the Cowboy Cookin’ Kitchen and learn about the latest in Horse Therapies.
We have a few laughs with Canadiana cowboy singer and songwriter, Tim Hus. Meet the founders of the BC cattle industry, John and Oliver Jeffries and visit Jay and Lynn Contway’s unique Home of the West. Things get ugly in the kitchen and meet Willy, a horse with a big heart and even bigger earnings.