Thomas Scofield at the Library of Congress, Washington DC
Tom is Ron and Marie Scofield's son and is responsible for this website as well as all the advertising, processing of orders and accounting. He plays bass with Ron on some occasions and can be seen at all Cowboy Campfire events. Tom was with Ron and Marie on the epic Bicentennial Wagon Train that took them for a six month ride from California to Pennsylvania in 1976. He rode a black molly mule as an outrider for the majority of the trip. Life has been a series of bizarre, unlikely, and hard to believe (while absolutely 100% true) episodes ranging from the wildly euphoric to the utterly shocking... like a good David Lynch film, only more surreal. Star power is never in short supply at our events and it is our sincere hope that all attendees to the Red Mule Ranch will have a fully enjoyable experience starting the moment they enter the Gate.
"Trinity and the Ark" in gold frame (frame not incl.)
This painting I originally painted a few years ago is called Trinity and the Ark and is meant to represent an 18th century Masonic Apron of my own design. I then have 30" x 40" Giclee prints made (extremely high detail, at some expense) and then hand embellish with new color, texture, as well as a new application of fresh gold and silver leaf (the real stuff), new fringe and the rest. I then sell in a variety of sizes to Brother Masons and/or various Masonic Lodges all over the world. Prices vary based on size. Questions? call me (Tom at 209 296-4519). Prints sold to Masons will include some rare data shared under specific circumstance.