The National Reno Gay Rodeo held its 8th Annual Rodeo, Aug. 4-7 with wild animals and hot cowboys. Or is that wild cowboys and hot animals? Any way you look at it, it was fun for all!
With 30,000 hot cowboys in Reno, you could only expect they would have a record=breaking heat wave that kept everyone showing as much flesh as possible.
The National Reno Gay Rodeo has come a long way since it was first held in 1976 with 1,000 in attendance. Today, it is one of Reno's largest annual events and getting larger and better each year.
Like any good rodeo, they had bull riding, bareback riding, calf roping on horseback and on foot, and barrel racing. But the most fun, and the first of its kind to my knowledge, was the wild cow milking competition.
There were three on a team: one lesbian, one drag queen, and one cowboy. The object was to milk the wild cow. However, the cow had other ideas and spent most of the time dragging the "queen" around the arena with the other team members trying to catch, hold, and milk the cow. The first team to successfully get milk in their cup and dump it on the judge, won.
Being there for the full four days of fun and events (and I don't just mean rodeo events, either!) we were able to find some great places to see the local color. One bar especially, THE MAVERICK SALOON, had everything - a live band, a special male strip show and a swimming pool just right for skinny-dipping.
With the weather well in the hundreds, it was only natural for some of the cowboys to cool off out in the stables the only way they knew how. As for myself, I kept a breeze going with my lips, to cool off a few cowboys!
I wasn't sure why I had decided to go to the rodeo again this year, but once there, I realized why I had come. The people in Reno are the warmest and friendliest I have ever met and I know I will cum again and again and again.