Hedges worked as a buckaroo his entire life and never made a dime doing anything but working with horses, Sigman said in a phone interview. At the age of 69, he continues being employed as a buckaroo on a large ranch in Nevada, but also remembers a much simpler time for the cattle industry.
As a way to help his children remember the lifestyle of a buckaroo when he was younger, he decided to write "The Last Buckaroo."
Out of stockTold through the persona of narrator Tap McCoy, a renegade, drifter, loner, and well-seasoned cowboy we experience Tap's happen chance meeting with Dean McCuen, a young drugstore cowboy from back east. While Tap just wants a ride out of town, Dean believes he has found a sidekick and mentor. Learn More