DC—4th grade.. Elementary School in Waynesboro, Georgia
Thank you for taking time out of your job to come to our school to tell us about cowboys and their history. I like the part when you told us about the horse knocking your hat off.
CS—1st grade ..Elementary School in North Augusta, South Carolina
Thank you for coming. I miss you a lot. I hope you can come back. I hope you get a hors (sic).
KW—4th grade…Elementary School in Marietta, Georgia
I really enjoyed your presentation. It was so awesome! I barely knew anything about cowboys, until you came in! I know everything now.
TL—-3rd grade..Elementary School in Hephzibah, Georgia
You did a good job. I want you to come back again. I like your boots in your Levis, in your chaps, in your Stetson.
CM—-3rd grade…Elementary School in Dearing, Georgia
Thank you for coming to our class. I liked the spurs. I liked (it) win you said they wiggd and they giggd. (jingled, jangled, jingled)
A friend—-5th grade…Elementary School in Augusta, Georgia
You were dressed just like a cowboy. Everybody was laughing to themselves when you put on those chaps. I wish I could take a trip to where you teach.
FS—-3rd grade..Elementary School in Augusta, Georgia
I learned a lot about cowboys from you. I learned that cowboys used bandanas all kinds of ways and I also learned that cowboys give horses water out of their hats. I think every body enjoyed you. I did if any one else didn’t.