TYLER (TYLER MORNING TELEGRAPH) - Howdy, pardners! It's mighty nice to see you here at the Corral—er, . Now y'all might be wonderin' why I'm typin' with a Texas twang. We'll, that's ‘cause I've been spendin' a lot of time thinkin' about the Lone Star state as of late.
I'm not exactly sure how anyone can talk like that all the time, but what I do know is that the fine folks of Texas take their cowboys very seriously. That's why my fellow bloggers and I thought it would be fun to rank the biggest cities in Texas by how cowboy they are. Meaning, how they fare in a bunch of different criteria representing America's rugged icons of the Old West.
What'd I find? Well, although Bandera, TX claims to be the "Cowboy Capital of the World," the true title of the Most Cowboy City in Texas actually goes to a town called Tyler, just a stone's throw from Dallas—a city that didn't even make the top 10. Here's what that looked like.
To read more, visit: http://www.movoto.com/blog/opinions/most-cowboy-cities-texas/