Casey: My father, Leland, owns a cattle ranch in Wayback called Ridge Range. It’s been in the family since before I was born. My big brother, Keefe, my little sister, Stella, my friend and brother-in-law, Judd Black, and I all work as hands there. I also sometimes join the calf-ropin’ competition at the town rodeo on the weekends.
Casey: Ma’am, I’m proud to say I was born and raised right here in Wayback, West Texas.
Casey: I’ve been known to two-step a time or two. Especially if my girl, Josie, is singing at The Blue Bug Saloon.
Casey: A company 4x4.
Tink: Would you rather tell someone you love them or show it?
Casey: In Josie’s case, both. Most people know I’m good on my word, but I have a feeling my girl needs more than that.
Tink: Who is the person you look up to most in life?
Casey: My father, Leland. Hardest-working man I know.
Casey: I like the present, especially with Josie warming up to me.
Casey: I guess I’m a little bit of both.
Casey: It depends on the situation. I’m not above making the first move or waiting it out.
Casey: That Kenny Chesney song. “Baby You Save Me.”
Casey: We could take the horses up into the range hills. There’s a little creek on the northern border that’s real nice. Bring a basket of Josie’s chipotle chicken. Maybe go skinny dippin’ :-)
Casey: Only when it’s warranted. And only if Keefe goes first.
Casey: Usually, I wear boxer-briefs. But summer in West Texas is brutal. Sometimes I choose to go a little commando. I don't think you'll mind my saying so too much ;-)