Open Session: What Readers Think

| March 2008


Cowboy on a mission - I was late reading your January issue, and the story on rancher Bill Inman and his cross-country­ trek was most interesting. I hope he or his wife keep a journal of who they meet and where they are.

On the Texas Bicentennial, a group gathered in Fort Worth and made a wagon train trip around the state. It was interesting keeping up with them on the news.

Ms. C.J. Crowder
Sulphur Springs, Texas

Editor's note: The Inmans did keep a journal of their journey - but, surprisingly, the cowboy couple decided to do so on the wild frontier of the Internet. You can catch up with their adventures at There you will find photographs, writings and video clips taken along their journey. We browsed the site and learned the couple successfully reached the end of their trail in Hendersonville, N.C.

Enjoyed serial story - I've decided to take time to write to tell you how much I enjoyed the story The Agreement by Jo Maseberg, which ran in CAPPER'S last year. The beginning I thought most unusual. I read it from beginning to end, and I could scarcely wait for each addition.

Wilma Davis
Indianola, Iowa

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