saddle tramp


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saddle tramp

1. A cowboy, particularly one who lives a nomadic lifestyle. Primarily heard in US. You can't trust him—he's just a saddle tramp who roams from town to town!
2. One who rides on horseback. Primarily heard in US. A: "I hear hoofbeats." B: "Yes, there's a saddle tramp approaching in the distance."
See also: saddle, tramp
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Notes: the backhoe may be inspected at the church point sewer plant, 1034 east ebey street (in back ofthe saddle tramp clubhouse) between the hours of 8 a.
COVENTRY'S annual Blues & Greys Ball at the Lonestar Country and Western Club sees four-piece band Saddle Tramp Revival topping the bill.
This sixgun had already been given a Saddle Tramp action job by Peacemaker Specialists, making it a smooth shootin' SAA and this, with the addition of its proven inherent accuracy, made it worthy of being decorated.
Among her western films were Saddle Tramp, The Seventh Cavalry, Guns of Fort Petticoat and The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance.
He was in both Wagon Train, when he replaced Robert Horton as trail scout Flint McCullough, and Laramie, as saddle tramp Jess.
Subtitled "The Last Cowboy," "Monte Walsh" deals with a saddle tramp who's having a hard time adjusting to the disappearance of his livelihood as the 19th century blends into the 20th and Eastern corporations continue fencing off Western land.
concept in fact long discarded - she agrees to go off to a remote spot to learn horse herding with a Tibetan saddle tramp, Lao Jin (Lopsang), who "lost his manhood" years ago in the Sino-Tibetan conflict.
Neddy's father was Cactus Mack from the popular, local cowboy band of the 1930s called Cactus Mack and His Saddle Tramps.
The so called Saddle Tramps he referred to rode Honda FS1E's -Yamaha made the FS1Eand it wasn't a motorcycle but a moped for 16 year olds.
Lead pardners are two saddle tramps who, as of 1882, have been pushing cows across the plains for a decade.
One night the Saddle Tramps were watching a film called Psychomania, a truly dire British 70s horror which featured a motorcycle gang that came back from the dead.