Texas has a big reputation. Just ask anyone who is from there, or who has lived there. When you think of cowboys and westerns, the first thing that usually pops into your mind is Texas. Think of John Wayne, you think of Texas. Think of the Alamo, you think of Texas. Think of George W. Bush, you think of… well maybe Texas isn’t the first thing you think of with him, but you catch my drift. Today’s Warped site takes a look at a site that has its roots in the Lone Star State.
The site is called Way Out West. It is a site that celebrates the Old West in all of its glory. There is a section of some of the more famous western characters: General Custer, Billy the Kid, Doc Holliday, and Wyatt Earp. For the ladies of the house, there is a section on Women of the West. The W.O.W. report is an audio area with reflections on just what the West means to the Webmaster. W.O.W. Approved is one of the best collection of sites for entertainers with a country twist that I have ever seen. Everyone from John Mellencamp to Jimmie Dale Gilmore to Kris Kristofferson to the Man in Black, Johnny Cash.
This is a well-designed site, one that shows great potential to promote its topic and message. The Warp-o-Meter gives it a 6.0 rating. Saddle up, saddle pals, it’s headin’ for the last round up.
[tags]cowboy,texas,way out west,western,country,johnny cash,general custer,billy the kid,doc holliday,wyatt earp[/tags]