Fro the wild shenanigans in the bunkhouse to the beauty of the high country beyond, the Dear Boss Letters describe the characters and workings of the Lazy 3 Bar Ranche. Foreman Sandy faithfully chronicles the ups and downs from the gravy days of the late 1920s into the depths of the Great Depression. Rural Alberta was hit especially hard during the "dirty thirties" and the Lazy 3 Bar suffered as much as any ranching operation from poor crops and the fall in stock prices. But Sandy does his best to keep the boys on track and their spirits up. It is surprising that the ranch survives at all, but the real surprise lies with Sandy and Boss themselves. As Sandy observes, things are not always what they appear to be.
Bluerock Gallery Inc. acknowledges the land in which it is is situated on as the traditional territories of the Blackfoot Confederacy (Siksika, Kainai, Piikani), the Tsuut’ina, the Îyâxe Nakoda Nations, the Métis Nation (Region 3), and all people who make their homes in the Treaty 7 region of Southern Alberta.