|A few of the contributors.....
Dan Wise.... a newcomer, identifies himself as part of the problem
Skipper....story begins in 1852 with her great-grandfather Amasa Gleason Clark
Pam James....teenager on a balky horse with a trail ride from San Antonio forty
Carolyn Edwards....came to dance,
stayed to marry
Stephanie Logue....a dead pony started her on the road to Bandera
Jim Durst....an RV'er, in search of a bronze eagle for his own grave in Iowa,
lived through gunfight, tornado, old and new friends in an 8,000 mile trek to Bandera
Barry Ehrmann....African drummer submits two pages of
unflattering rhymed couplets, soon to be heard on KFAN
Annie Evans....roamed the streets of Bandera, tape recorder in hand, to ask
others how they got to Bandera, and records here the hilarious interview results
Lynne Sims....it took a rainbow
Gail Denkhaus....escaped Shreveport
Mary Schenk...."I went into
business with a rodeo clown..."
Sula Combs....a literalist, Sula
describes routes to Bandera that one finds on a map
Richard Stevens....the former wife
calmly said, "Don't expect to sleep here tonight and take my dog with you."
Carie Wise....the other side of the story
Evan Atkinson....son of Dan & Carie Wise...the real story
Amasa Clark...."I was born in 1825..."
Ann Gay Bishop....haiku, ryedoo, ancient
Chinese do-wop existentialism
Peggy Tobin...."I came in the back seat of a 1928 Marquette."