Lindy Burgess (born 1959) of Wyarno, Wyoming, is herself what she calls “a good hand.” There is nothing on the ranch she cannot turn her hand to. She learned at a tender age how to drive a $40,000 tractor and the equipment that comes along behind. She can take the fight out of a contrary bronc, fix most things, and cut a yearling steer out of a milling bunch, turn her horse on a dime and show the determined steer who’s who. She’s a rancher of yore – the good old days – and she is a rancher of today, using computers, genetics, and the most advanced business practices. And what’s more, she’s a jazz singer, a soloist with a jazz quartet. Interviewed Sheridan, Wyoming, 1995
- Medium: Plate Litho Chine Collee
- Size: 19" x 27.5"
- Year: 2005
- Edition: Ed. of 25
- Price: $650.00