Pecos Bill Ends A Drought
According to some tales that cowboys tell, there was a coyote raised cowboy along the Pecos River. This gave him superhuman powers and he was a spectacle, an unusual marvel. His lariat o lasso was as long as Texas so he could rope the whole herd with one single throw and he used New Mexico as his pasture and fencing the whole pasture didn’t complicate things as it would for others because he persuaded prairie Cani to help him dig the post holes!
These feats had universal appeal.. Even the sun showed curiosity but as he came closer and closer, the sun scorched the land but with no intention. The heat was intense and severe ,when the people wanted to grieve and cry, but there was no water for the tears. Pecos Bill felt slight discomfort too because it was partly his fault that the tragic occurrence took place and as a moral man, he decided to eliminate this threat da trifling with a tornado and so he hopped onto the twister’s neck and courteously said,” Howdy, Friend”. And it is believed that that very cyclone washed out the Grand Canyon!