Archive for October 21st, 2013

buttons 001This past Saturday I had the great honor or attending the New Hampshire Seacoast Button Club’s Fall Fling in Hampstead, NH. I was invited to attend the show as a dealer to offer the hundreds of collectible buttons my mother entrusted me to share.

I had a great time at the Fall Fling, mostly meeting the members of the club and other visitors. I was welcomed with open arms and was thrilled to be part of a great day.

I look forward to attending future button shows and continue sharing my mother’s legacy.

If you are one of the folks I met at the Fall Fling and are visiting Lost Cowboy for the first time, welcome! Please say hello by either commenting on this post, or sending me an email.

Well, there is no more special time in the mountains of New Hampshire than during the fall foliage season.  As such, the always stunning view of Mt. Chocorua from Tamworth, NH takes on a special glow.  This was the scene this past week, past peak foliage, but still stunning.


hal8One thing is for sure, I will be downing shots of Knob Creek on Halloween. Now I have found the perfect glass in which to imbibe in my favorite bourbon, the Skull Shot Glass from GlassGoddessNgraving.

About the Skull Shot Glass from GlassGoddessNgraving: “This custom skull shot glass has been hand engraved by me here in North Carolina. All engraving is done by hand making each piece a one of a kind. It stand 3 1/2 inches tall with a 1 3/4 inch diameter at opening. Sure to put a smile on your skull!”

Visit GlassGoddessNgravingis’ Etsy shop here.