Life in Floyd County Tx 1905 to 1964

Boys aged 5 and 7 Make Incredible 400 Mile Journey on Horseback in 1909

The Lockney Beacon published this report in 1909 about two boys age 5 and 7 who undertook an incredible journey from Guthrie Oklahoma to Santa Fe New Mexico on horseback with a stop in Silverton Texas. Here's the story as related by Judge Kinder.

Boys Make Incredible 400 Mile Journey on Horseback in 1909
Their true stories are told in the book Bud & Me : The True Adventures of the Abernathy Boys (Amazon) 

 

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