Say "Yeehaw" with a wrangler
Hear a bird call
Meet someone w/cowboy boots
Go horseback riding
Go on a cattle drive
Join in a country dance
Sit by the campfire
Spot a hawk or eagle
Take a selfie with your horse
Go on a hike
Go whitewater rafting
Enjoy a breakfast ride
Spot an elk, moose or deer
Fulfill your childhood dreams
a sport that supplies you an abundance of meat
racing down mountains of moguls
a vehicle that god on groomed or un-groomed trails
whenever you get all the way up there is a great view
goat tying, steer wrestling, roping, and bull riding
college mascot is a wild animal with cat in his name
floating on the rapid rivers
This sport is referred as football in England
Is an American sport, to score you do a touchdown
You use a club to hit the ball into a hole
You use a heavy ball to knock down pins in an alley
A game where you to dribble the ball and shoot the ball into the net
You use sticks and a puck to play this sport
In this game, you can score something called a Homerun
A sport where you run on a track
A sport where you jump as far as you can
This sport requires you to jump over fences while running
A sport where you shoot a bow and arrow at a target
This sport take place on ice and you move around on the ice
A sport where you race in water
This sport is where you race in a boat
A sport where you dance on ice
You slide on a snowy hill on two boards on your feet
A sport where you fight others, often referred as Taekwondo
An activity where you go down a snowy hill on one board
An activity where you ride on a horse's back
An activity that requires a boat and paddles
BOOTS ON FOOT
TO TAKE A HIKE
TO SAVE ($)
TO HAVE FUN
TO MOUNTAIN CLIMB
TO GO ON AN EXCURSION
TO FILL UP
TO GO INTO
TO PUT UP
TO GO WHITE WATER RAFTING
Form of transport with 2 wheels
A piece of important sleeping equipment while camping (2 words)
Something that you pitch
A sheet of material that you put under a tent
Used to hold a tent down
A low arduous walking adventures
A form of transport used in white water
A piece of equipment used to move a raft in water
All living things
The opposite of unnatural
The mountain where we went for our hike (2 words)
A piece of clothing that keeps warmth in
Your "strong areas in life" (2 words)
A large cone shaped area of land that are caused by moving tectonic plates
The river that flows through the city
Protects you from the sun
Keeps your hands warm in cold conditions
Wrap around your ankles to keep them clean and bug proof
Working as a team to get things done
Keeps you floating in water
Local aborigal region in nayook
During cattle drives, cowboys used what clothing item to protect their heads from the hot sun?
Dangerous journeys to railroads made by cowboys were called, “________ Drives”.
This held the cook, and the cook’s equipment for cooking.
__________ kept the herd together and made sure no cattle was left behind.
The ___________ ______ led the herd from the front, just behind the trail boss, who directed.
A sudden panicked rush of cattle.
Once cowboys reached a ______________ they retuned home and left the cattle.
Who took care of the cowboys’ horses while they weren’t using them?
What was the path on which cattle drives took place called?
__________ sell their cattle to cowboys, who drive their cattle up north to be sold.
What do cowboys ride during cattle drives?
The _______ _______ directs the entire cattle drive, they oversee everything.
This breed of cattle was perfect for Texas life, because it was immune to Texas fever and it cold endure heat and cold.
Which cowboy’s role was to stay towards the end of the herd on the sides to keep the end from fanning out?
Most cowboys wore a what over their shirts?
A _______ is a male animal that has been neutered.
Before cowboys took cattle from ranchers, ranchers had to _______ their cattle so they knew whose cattle it was.
The herd of horses cowboys choose a horse from everyday on a cattle drive.
A ________ ________ stays about a third back from the front of the herd on either side, and stops the herd from fanning out.
Many cowboys on cattle drives kept a __________ on them in case anyone or anything posed a threat to the herd.
Cowboys on the trail wore _______ on their feet, that were long, so they protected their legs from dangerous plants as well as other things.
Which position was not favored by most cowboys, because it required you to stay inmthe back, and keep cattle from getting left behind, where dust was kicked up from cattle into the faces of that cowboy?
Where was cattle stopped at night to rest during cattle drives?
What is another name for the cattle driven from the south to other areas in the U.S.?
A big part of cattle drives took place in the Texas ________.