"Raised on a farm/ranch cow-calf operation on the High Plains of Colorado, Terry Nash's lifetime career of trucking to pay for his cow habit caused him to drift to a small ranch in Western Colorado. He and his wife Kathy have cut back to working a semi-retired forty hours a week to try and keep their horses and cattle in feed. The ship they've been waitin' on to come in is out on the horizon, lookin' suspiciously like a rowboat takin' on water.
Kathy is quick to assert that Terry never passes up a chance to say somethin', so when he's not horseback on the mountain, he can be found reciting his poetry and the classics at gatherings throughout the West. He has recently recorded two CD’s, "Calf Pullin' Made Simple" and “December Stragglers”.