Maybe nothing symbolises the Old West so well as the American cowboy. During the mid-to-late 1800s thousands of these hearty souls rode the trails in now legendary cattle drives. It was a rugged, independent, romantic way of life, intriguing then as it is today. Rare photographs and detailed journals bring the cow-punching folk heroes back to life for an informative, entertaining glimpse of authentic cowboy lifestyles. You'll hear Nat Love's outrageous trail tales, take part in "the big round-up", ride with the longhorn steers on their way north the Kansas, and much more. Long after the dust has settled, the legend of the Texas Cowboy still stands as tall as ever.