Fans of the western series Rawhide will find much of interest here at the Rawhide site, including an episode guide and the text of the series' episode introductions, most often delivered by "Gil Favor, trail boss." You will find also a great number of episode reviews, posted by visitors to this site, and a form which you may use to post your own reviews. So sit back, pull up a plate of Wishbone's chili, and have yourself a good read.
Joining the drive: The Rawhide Yahoo Group
In addition to stopping by this site for Rawhide information, you can join the Rawhide discussion list
, hosted at Yahoo Groups. If you're looking for information about the show that you can't find on this site, you might try asking there. They pretty much know everything there is to know about the show.
I first created the Rawhide site late in 1996. I taught myself HTML on it while taking care of my then infant daughter. A lot has changed since then, in both the real and virtual worlds. My baby will be graduating from high school in 2014, and her little sister is in middle school. Meanwhile, I've published several books, and since cutting my teeth on Rawhide, I've created a lot of other web sites. There's a complete list of them available here
. But here are the greatest hits:
- dhamel.com: my websites and publications
- Reading Herodotus: my book on Herodotus, written for people without any previous knowledge of the subject
- Trying Neaira: site for my book Trying Neaira: The True Story of a Courtesan's Scandalous Life in Ancient Greece
- the-DEBlog.com: general blog
- book-blog.com: book reviews
- TwitterLit: Tweeting the first lines of books so you don't have to
- KidderLit: Tweeting the first lines of kids' books so you don't have to
- ScatterLit: Tweeting toilet-themed literature so you don't have to
- The Twitter Herodotus: an abbreviated version of Herodotus' History of the Persian Wars; one 140-character post per day