PART TWO COYOTE HUNTERS OF THE QUESENBERRY

COYOTE HUNTERS OF THE QUESENBERRY PART TWO COYOTE HUNTERS OF THE QUESENBERRY INTRODUCTION:  RIDERS OF THE WRECKING MACHINE PART ONE: RIDERS OF THE WRECKING MACHINE PART TWO : RIDERS OF THE WRECKING MACHINE WALSH  RANCH AND SOUTH BEXAR COUNTY THE MULTITUDE, SCORPIONS AND SERPENTS IN REVELATION 9 CLAYTON  BAILEY IN WISCONSIN DURING THE SIXTIES BERNARD PYRON PHOTOS MORE BERNARD PYRON PHOTOS WRIGHT'S SMALL DIAMOND MODULE HOUSES: PATRICK KINNEY HOUSE AUTO  GENERATED SPAM LINKS ON SEARCH ENGINES?

Photos of the Model A and Dog Trailer

Below is the Four Door Model A car Blake Pyron used to pull the dog trailer to the hunt sites during the thirties

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Above is the trailer Blake and George Pyron used in the thirties to transport their coyote hounds to wherever they were going to camp.The trailer was pulled behind the Model A above.  The top part, which was the cage for the dogs, is not shown in this photo.

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Again, nine of the Pyron coyote hounds of the late thirties

 The names of some of the Pyron coyote hounds were Lemon, Jack, Pep, Beulah, Red Wing, and Smut.  Smut was an old hound as i remember him, retired from running.  He was around me a lot when I was about four to six, and one time a car was coming to our house and Smut nudged me out of the way of the car.

The preacher, Balcalm, had a dog named Igo Parish who Balcalm  gave to George when the dog was too old to run. Smut was out of Fritz, a hound belonging to Otto Koehler.  Fritz was half July and half Walker. I think Red Wing was a pup of Beulah's.

Horseman Pass By - Blake Pyron in 1910 to 1912

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