Edition of 50, Art Library has copy 36. "The text is the first line of Cole Porter's archtypal cowboy song. Letterpress printed on Peter's handmade paper. The images are vintage printers cuts from an old print shop in Butte Montana. The type is ATF 'Old Town' and is printed with a rainbow roll. The covers are made from Ponderosa Pine that was cut and milled by our cowboy friend Jim Leap in Mariposa California. A piece of saddle leather, with another vintage printers cut blind stamped on it, is mounted on the cover."—From artists' web catalog.
"150 copies, Art Library has copy 122. Letterpress printed on Peter's handmade paper and hand bound by the printers. Linocuts by Donna." — Colophon.
"Forty-six copies of this book were letterpress printed, hand stamped, digitally printed and hand bound. The design, content, structure, and actual work was a collaboration between Kathleen O'Connell's book arts and letterpress classes at Middle Tennessee State University and visiting wandering book artists, Peter and Donna Thomas."—Colophon.
Edition of 100, Art Library has copy 52. "These Sierra Nevada trees were painted onsite by Donna. Handmade paper by Peter."