Writer and photographer Andrea Scott, left, is originator of “The Idaho Buckaroo Project,” in which she documents the traditional ranching lifestyle. She spends time with buckaroos both in their living rooms — gathering stories — and at work — which would be on horseback — taking photos and helping with the work, like trailing cattle across Sinker Creek in Owyhee County recently. She doesn’t consider herself a buckaroo, although the definition is a little fuzzy. “It’s in here,” she says, touching her heart. (May 16, 2011.)
Writer and photographer Andrea Scott, left, is originator of “The Idaho Buckaroo Project,” in which she documents the traditional ranching lifestyle. She spends time with buckaroos both in their living rooms — gathering stories — and at work — which would be on horseback — taking photos and helping with the work, like trailing cattle across Sinker Creek in Owyhee County recently. She doesn’t consider herself a buckaroo, although the definition is a little fuzzy. “It’s in here,” she says, touching her heart. (May 16, 2011.) Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com
Writer and photographer Andrea Scott, left, is originator of “The Idaho Buckaroo Project,” in which she documents the traditional ranching lifestyle. She spends time with buckaroos both in their living rooms — gathering stories — and at work — which would be on horseback — taking photos and helping with the work, like trailing cattle across Sinker Creek in Owyhee County recently. She doesn’t consider herself a buckaroo, although the definition is a little fuzzy. “It’s in here,” she says, touching her heart. (May 16, 2011.) Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com

Documenting the buckaroo way of life

June 08, 2017 02:16 PM