Tony Lott – I was born down on Lewis' Bend on the San'Tone River Ranch. When we go to Refugio, it's just like goin' to Chicago. You know all them houses there close together. See where we live over there, houses about a mile apart, you know. The first time I went to a picture show, I was about twenty years old. And they had a cowboy picture on. And I sit down there in one of those seats. And they open the gate and one them horses come out a jumpin'. I said, "Ride 'em, cowboy!" I said, "Hook him!" Yeah, I jumped up and hollered, "Ride!" That horse comin', that rider were so pretty, you know. I had to stand up. And people just looked at me! You know, country! That's the truth. I was a grown man before went over to the picture show. Now, I'm about the oldest one here. I'm seventy-six years old. I paved the way for these young boys to come by. And I know all these boys.