A search of this site yielded no threads specifically about the Flying Cowboys, since they are one of the main reasons for my change in mission I thought I would at least make it slightly easier for those searching the forums to find them. Their web site is here: https://flyingcowboys.com/ Long story short a bunch of Bush pilots helped some ranchers who have some land deep in a canyon and the only access is by air or raft. One year high water/dangerous river conditions made them ask for help from these Bush pilots to access their land and animals. So cowboys is a real working title not indicative of a careless attitude towards flying. Mike Patey is probably one of the best known for his turbine powered Wilga: And Trent Palmer is the other. He is a drone pilot that flies a Kitfox for fun and promotes aviation with his flying videos. For the longest time I wanted to fly WWII warbirds and the plane I was designing and building reflected that but a combination of getting older and perhaps more than anything else the following three videos made me change my focus to low and slow backcountry flying and I bought a Kitfox I'm working on upgrading. All those videos are a single day's adventure in Utah which happens to be where I live. After seeing those I ate up everything else I could find. One of the Flying Cowboys objectives is to promote general aviation and although I didn't need convincing they did change my focus significantly. I hope you all enjoy the videos as much as I did.